In the spring, when the weather is nice, a couple of hungry men and a young girl will head out for a walk in the garden.
The sun is still shining, but the wind is still whipping the leaves.
It is a lovely spring day, and the two young men are well-fed.
When they get to a pond in the back, the girl pulls out her knife and starts carving up a steak.
A quick inspection reveals that the steak is the size of a baby elephant.
“You don’t need a butcher’s knife to do this,” says the man.
I’m just glad we didn’t kill it first.
They have been doing this for more than a year, and they have made enough for the family.
This is what a steak is supposed to look like.
But the butcher, an experienced butcher who has been doing the job for years, is surprised when he finds that the meat is not the right size.
His name is Wayne Glynn, and he has been butchering steak for 35 years.
Wayne is also a very busy man, working long hours to make a living and a career.
So when he sees his daughter’s butchering the wrong steak, he is quite taken aback.
He is so shocked that he begins to cry.
Glynn’s father, Mark, is also quite shocked.
He says that the first time Wayne saw this kind of error, he thought it was a prank.
What he didn’t expect was that Wayne would eventually have to do it for the rest of his life.
Mark is the chairman of the local branch of the Australian Meat Board, which manages more than 3,000 tonnes of meat a year in Victoria.
At the end of every week, the board sends out a survey to its members asking about what the most recent meat was.
Each week, there is a new survey, and Wayne gets a call from a butcher who wants to know what his customers think.
Every year, Wayne receives about 20 calls.
One man is from a rural community, and says that he is looking for a steak to use as a roast.
Another is from Sydney, and is asking if he can find a steak that will be the size that his mother-in-law would like.
The butcher, Wayne Glyn, says that his meat is too big, and that he will have to send the carcass to a larger butcher in Victoria to make sure that it is the right meat.
And the last call comes from the Meat Board’s managing director, Mark Cunliffe, who says that this year his meat was too big.
There are many questions that the butcher has to answer, and it is only natural that Wayne’s mind is wandering as he goes through it.
Who are these people?
What is their story?
Who will they help?
Where are they from?
And how are they going to get it right?
The meat is already in the butcher’s hands.
Its the perfect size.
Waynes father-in a few weeks Wayne will get a call that says that a large portion of his meat has been mis-cut.
In Wayne’s head, he thinks that it’s a prank, and wonders if it is actually a real question.
However, Wayne has no idea how the butcher could possibly know that he has mis-mashed the meat, and has the right kind of meat.
When Wayne finally gets the butcher to tell him, he’s relieved to hear that the question was genuine.
We were really surprised that it was true.
As a butcher, he says, it is a real shock when you realise that your customers are not aware that you are doing something wrong.
With Wayne’s butcher, a small portion of the meat was mis-measured, so Wayne had to send a large chunk of the carcasse to another butcher in Sydney to get a bigger butcher to cut it for him.
After that, Wayne went to another large butcher in the Victoria countryside to have a different butcher cut the meat for him at a much larger butcher.
On the way, Wayne had a discussion with a local farmer who said that if you don’t measure the meat accurately, you can’t make sure you have the right type of meat for your customers.
These conversations are always very interesting, because we have all made mistakes, Wayne says.
Even though it’s been a long time since he made that mistake, Wayne is glad that he now knows what to do next.
If I don’t do something right now, he feels he will never make it again.
For Wayne, he now has the tools to make his steak as big as he wants.
To find the right butcher, you have to go to the meat board, and ask them to tell you the correct