My Pet Goat

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A reader ponders the profound and complicated passages contained within.

My Pet Goat, often mistaken as The Pet Goat, is a profound piece of literature that has been read by the likes of George W Bush. George W Bush recognized its literary value and was so drawn into its use of prose and characterization that he even said to one agent who tried to interrupt his reading:

"Wait, hold on"

Fellow communists Osama Bin Laden and Michael Moore have criticized President Bush for "reading at the wrong time," but the President insisted that "there's no wrong time to be readin,' cuz I'm always write! Get it?" He later initiated the "read at all times" act for preschoolers, which made sure they checked out school library books by using a tattoo bar code imbedded with a microchip used to log their social security number and birth date, and scanned for any name that started with "Al."


"The Pet Goat" is the biography of a girl's pet goat which eats everything in its path. The girl's parents want to get rid of the goat, but she defends it. In the end, the goat becomes a hero when it butts a car robber into submission. In the final chapter, the goat hijacks a plane and crashes it into the World Trade Center in New York, but this chapter is generally omitted for popular readings.

Literary Merit

Despite its share of controversy, The Pet Goat ranks along with the likes of Catcher in the Rye, The Grapes of Wrath, Of Mice and Men, To Kill a Mockingbird, The Iliad, The Bible and Fisher Price.

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