This gave me a little trouble. Should they be referring to humans doing something? I've always maintained that the sheep aren't really sheep. They're heavily anthropomorphised, allowing me to comment on human things by drawing sheep-shaped humans. So perhaps they should simply be social distancing like us. Because they are us. Maybe I'm just overthinking this.
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Crow: I thought it was just humans that had to maintain social distance?
Yvonne: Being on turnip tops makes us gassy. You might want to keep your distance too.
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