A llama is a big guy. Do you think it can get very old.
SARAH: Well, if you want to give it some time, he would.
[In one scene, Sarah’s mom goes into labor while standing in front of a big picture of her husband sitting on a chair. She can’t move forward. She falls forward, right into the picture of her husband.]
[On the other side of the screen, a little girl is in a car and holding the car door open. A man is standing in the passenger seat, who is a policeman]
SHENNY MAN: You want me to take you to the police station and report that?
MAN: Okay, sure, I’m sorry.
SHENNY MAN: That’ll cost you. That’ll be $2.60.
MAN: Thank you. How much do you pay for a policeman?
SHENNY MAN: Well, this is the car, sir. You are a nice guy, you will not be charged for that.
[Woman is holding a young boy as they cross an empty lot. She is running in the other direction.]
MAN: Hey, that’s my little boy. He’s got a dog. He’s scared to death.
[A short time later, two policemen run across the screen from opposite directions with a gun in their hands]
SHENNY MAN: Are you crazy? I’m a policeman. If you are going to do something stupid, don’t go around pulling people out of cars. Do you understand me?
[The man pulls away, leaving the woman in shock.]
MARGO: [To Sarah] Look, you know, this is just so frustrating. I mean, how long can they keep a llama from running on the road?
SARAH: Yeah, I guess the more things change, the more they stay the same.
MARGO: If they make these llamas drive on the road, there should be a law that says that everyone should be able to drive a car. Because that’s how the world’s been going, you know.
SARAH: Oh, really? Well, if you like it that way, well, I guess that’s fine.
MARGO: If you want something for nothing . . .
SARAH: Oh, God. . . . Oh, God!
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