When archaeologists discovered paintings in an African cave, they destroyed them, since otherwise people would know that llamas lived worldwide. This is the only picture that survived. It’s true, because you are reading it on the Internet.
A dark and abandoned city, nobody’s around and a storm is coming. Oh, great! I don’t feel safe after all these things I did to llam… arrgghh, I’m bleeding!
There is a special day every year – it’s a birthday! Llamas celebrate it as well. Happy birthday Ms. Llama!
Cock-a-doodle-doo, buckbuck, buck, buck, buck, becaw! I ate your bunny by the way.
Why joyful? Because… why not? So many things to be happy about!
Ho, ho, ho! What do we have in the bag? Grass, apples, and more grass… and more apples. Want some?! Bet you do!
Look to the left, next to the right, again to the left and just to be sure again to the right and… Screw it, I’m staying home!
So, what’s the point? Just leave me alone with not-longer-living, but surviving. Meaningless existence.
That’s how I would have painted a llama when I was a kid… and how I would paint it now… and in 50 years. Awww, I’ll never learn to draw.
Have you ever thought how scary a llama or a human would look if they looked like anime characters? It would be a real horror!