One day I walked into the doctor’s office and noticed the receptionist wearing an unusual necklace, a thick chain with a large, gold llama hanging at the end. I complimented her llama. Her eyes lit up behind glasses as she explained that she and her family raised llamas and showed them at the New York State Fair. They had even won prizes, she said.
I said, “That’s nice! I know someone who runs an alpaca farm.”
She shrugged dismissively and said, “I just don’t get the whole alpaca thing.”