Of Mice and Men StoryBoard
By saiher, Updated
its a thing for english
Ain't a thing in my pocket.
What'd you take outta that pocket?
Give it here.
You ain't petting no mice while you walk with me.
That mouse ain't fresh, Lennie; and besides, you've broke it pettin' it.
I wisht we'd get the rabbits pretty soon, George. They ain't so little.
George notices Lennie holding something in his pocket and asks him what it is. Lennie refuses to tell him and keeps it inside his hand.
George eventually gets Lennie to hand over the item which turns out to be a dead mouse. Lennie tries to explain that he found it that way and he didn't kill it. George throws it away and tells him that it's not fresh.
Lennie gets on the ground and begins to cry about it. He begins to talk about their future dream of owning bunnies. He hopes they can get the bunny sooner since they aren't as small as mice
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