We had stopped by the side of the road to meet some sheep. It reminded me of a time when I was at a farm with my family. It was one of those places where you could buy a paper bag of food and feed the goats. We were feeding a goat food from a paper bag and when the food was all gone, the goat ate the bag.
I said to my friends “Hey! Sheep eat paper. Let’s feed it a map!” (I think that I got confused between goats and sheep). I then proceeded to remove a page from my friend Josh’s UK atlas. We were in the middle of nowhere and there was no-one around. The only sign of human life was a couple of guys riding motorbikes a few fields over. Giggling away we tried to feed this sheep a torn bit of map. Suddenly from nowhere we hear the voice of an authoritative sounding woman from behind us: “Can I help you?”. I literally had a piece of map in my right hand pushed up against the unaccommodating mouth of a sheep.