For a change, Silver Age Wonder Woman crack
First, a couple of WW-related cartoons I cut out years ago.
These are from Wonder Woman #129, which is 30 pages long. I believe there are only two issues that featured Wonder Tot's boyfriend Mermite, and this is one of them.
Wonder Tot has her detractors, and it's not surprising; the cutesy way she refers to herself in the third person is highly irritating. (I have never heard any child do this in real life, though one mother on my F-list says her toddler sometimes does it.) However, I have a soft spot for her because she's such a driven little Amazon. While Wonder Woman and Wonder Girl are dithering over their boyfriends, she's honing her warrior skills and seeking adventure.
The canon about the identities of Wonder Girl and Wonder Tot is inconsistent. It seems at first, they were supposed to be Wonder Woman when she was younger. Then they started doing "Impossible Tales" like the one we're about to see by allegedly splicing together film of Diana at different ages. Later on, it seems they dropped this entirely and gave Wonder Woman two younger sisters. I haven't read them in order, so I can't remember if they did this in order or if they switched back and forth; the latter wouldn't surprise me at all.
Also, I've said it before and I'll say it again: Golden Age Steve Trevor was a cool guy. Silver Age Steve Trevor was a dick.
So, they just happened to have footage of Wonder Woman as a teenager explaining riding on air currents to her toddler self? One page in and they've already blown the "splicing" pretense.
See? Splicing my foot.
"Undersea oxygen reeds"?
Told you he was a dick.
Yes, it's always uplifting to see a grown man yell, "That's not fair!"
Again: they "spliced" Wonder Tot summoning her older selves? Guys, you're trying too hard to make this make sense.
I find it interesting that Hypolyte used that particular oath to preface a complaint about men.