In Lewis Carroll’s “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,” Alice falls down a rabbit hole and is ecstatic to a weird new world. Apparently, one extraordinary sheep recently motionless to follow her lead.
Approaching a tiny hole in a ground, one male listened a cry for help. When he stranded his hands inside, he felt around for a bit and grabbed onto a span of legs.
As he pulled a quadruped to a surface, it became transparent that somehow, a entirely grown sheep had gotten stranded in what seemed like a sincerely tiny opening.
This whole distress reminds me of facile propagandize when a clergyman would make we select a pointless present from a bag of goodies. When we reached inside, we never knew what we were going to get!