The zoo even showed us what comes out of a llama's rear end. (Or is it a framed speech by Lorenzo...?)
The Renegade has contacted me, and he confirms what's in that frame is his work. He says time ago he travelled to the London Zoo to visit some relatives, and when the zoo authorities found out that the famous Lorenzo Llama was visiting their premises they asked him if he could donate something of his ownership so they would be able to expose it and commemorate the occasion. As you all know, Lorenzo is quite attached to his things; and on top of everything he had just eaten some cookies and was suddenly caught short as the authorities were talking to him, so he killed two birds with one stone: he proceeded to do his business in the cookies tray, and that's what he gifted to the zoo and what you can see exposed in that frame.
When asked if he didn't think such a "souvenir" could have offended the zoo authorities, Lorenzo replied "I don't give a shit... wait a minute; technically, that's kind of what I did actually, isn't it?... huh, well... what I meant is: I don't care".
He's indignant, though, at the way his gift is being treated, because by acts of vandalism the word "Lorenzo" was erased from the tag and only a generic "llama" was left, as if any irrelevant llama had dropped those droppings. "Next time I'll go to the toilet", he threatened.
Lorenzo claiming that those unremarkable pellets are his? How can anyone believe a word of this!?! Nope. It doesn't fit in with his delusional mind that makes him think everything he says, does, including poop, is pure gold! Vlog is right on with what really comes out of his big mouth.
Lorenzo Renegade is once again giving us a look at his true colors by his out of control egotism for something he didn't dodo.
I missed the alpaca birth clip when it was posted, who'd have thought such a huge baby could be inside there? I'm not surprised the mum was flat out afterwards and giving it such an accusing stare later.
As for llama security, I have the feeling Bandana Llama might easily be cornering the market hiring out his woolly thugs....or actually be behind a lot of the thefts to drum up business...
It's all good entertainment, it doesn't cost a penny
Post by queenofthehours on May 7, 2020 16:00:56 GMT
Llamas featured in a recent episode of The Great British Sewing Bee. When one contestant decided to use llama-patterned fabric in a shirt design she was asked what she liked about llamas, "is it the spitting?".
The contestant admitted she preferred alpacas but could not find alpaca-patterned material and llamas were the "next best thing".
Because pattern matching might be an issue, concerns were raised over "headless llamas" and "two-headed llamas" but crisis was averted when the finished shirt featured all "whole llamas".