What Happens Next

If you look through the dust you’ll see the coyote has his arms around the road runner. But the coyote looked up, the road runner was not the size he was supposed to be. The road runner was about the size of half the size of Mount Everest. The coyote could start eating the road runner. But the coyote wouldn’t live that long, the coyote could share the road runner with his family. The coyote doesn’t like to share. But maybe they could run through the pipe again. So they ran through the wide pipe again. And it worked, the coyote got his meal and the road runner was the right size. Finally the coyote went for a nibble but the road runner had other ideas, running of course.

Better luck next time coyote.

THE END

Arnotts is Australian

Arnott’s biscuits is Australian, their delicious, scrumtious, mouth watering, tasty, scrummy, yummy, finger licking and scrumdiddlyumptious. Do you know that William arnott has used more than $3billion.

  • 85,000 tonnes of flour and grains from areas including the Darling Downs, Moree, Riverina, South Australia and Western Australia
  • 18,500 tonnes of sugar from North Queensland
  • 4,100 tonnes of dairy products from Victoria and NSW
  • And 4,400 tonnes of canola oil sourced from canola crops from Western/Southern NSW and Northern Victoria