A boy eating and a dog looking. The dog is thinking it can do a bettter job than the boy. He’s at his house – he lives there. He’s got something on his face. He’s holding something. Part of a biscuit. He’s got a whole tin of biscuits!
His overalls are torn. A big drink. The dog is jealous. He has a big mouth. One leg seems to be bigger than the other. Nice trousers – a lot of holes! His shirt is a nice colour. He’s got a dirty face – from what he’s eating. Nice shoes. He’s going to have a drink – it is sitting next to him. He is called Boy. Call him Terry. Oh no, you can’t do that! (Terry)
The boy has nice hair, nice socks. Dirty shirt and dirty overalls. I’ld like one of his biscuits! Happy dog. Beautiful hair. Happy looking at the boy. He expects something from him. That’s why he’s waiting. He want something to eat – one of the biscuits. I love the expression on that dog’s face. The boy thinks the biscuit is yummy. Yum Yum. Tiles on the floor, good one.
We’re very happy with the story. The boy is eating the biscuit. That’s about it.
Created Wednesday 3 September at Chelsea Club, Wellington, New Zealand