Monday, March 7, 2011

I Get to Review a PLANE!!!!

I haven't been a ReviewGoat in a while so when the publicist told me I had to go to work again I gave her a face.

But then she told me I was going to review a PLANE!
A plane!
You know I am really ready to pack my bags and blow this pop stand so what better way than with a review of a PLANE?

I was so excited.
Would it be a 747?
Or, since I AM a Famous SpokesGoat maybe, just maybe it would be a PRIVATE PLANE!
A little Lear Jet.
Oh, I couldn't wait!

Where would I go on my review?
I had so many kind invitations; California, South Carolina, Florida.
Oh, it was going to be hard to pick.

So the publicist asked me if I was ready and I maaaaed, "YES!!!!"
She said good, here you go...

What in the goat barn is that!?

"It's a plane" she said. The male person uses it around the yurt. For trim and stuff.
I could not believe my goat eyes!
Where was my 747?
Where was my little Lear Jet?

I tried tasting it to see if it tasted like grain.

BLECH! It does NOT taste like grain!

Abby thought it was pretty lame too.

The publicist said to get a grip. 
Did I really think she could buy a Lear Jet on
They sell lots and lots of great things but Lear Jets - not so much.

I let the publicist know just how disappointed I was...

She did give me some extra grain.
I guess it was worth it.
She did say that the male person is very happy with his Stanley Block Plane. She is also happy because it means that someday the yurt might actually be finished. With trim and all.

I might just come in there and butt that trim to express my, erm frustration.

Disclosure:  The MALE PERSON received this plane from with a gift certificate for my hard work doing a review. I got bupkis. Well, maybe some grain. The opinions of the male person are his opinions and he can keep them were not impacted by his receiving the free plane from my hard work. I still think CSN should carry grain and apples and that is MY opinion.


  1. mmm yes I could see where you would be disappointed. But I bet the publicist will enjoy all the trim and such that the male person installs for her!

  2. Had you paid more attention in human-language classes, you would have remembered that there are many different definitions for some words -- and you wouldn't have assumed (we know what that means, don't we?) an entirely different scenario! The male human needed that plane, the Publicist was more than kind to let YOU be the one who reviewed -- AND, you did get more grain... I'm just sayin'... Now, come visit when you can and leave me some comment love...

  3. Oh Pricilla, you got GYPPED! Tell the publicist it is not fair to get your hopes up like that. Or mine - I thought you were on your way here!

  4. Humph! I agree with you, Pricilla! I was expecting a private jet for you to fly all around the world in. Imagine how many goats you could edumacate with your goatie knowledge and wisdom! Wow.

    I think that if it wasn't a flying plane that the little tool-plane should have tasted good. Sigh. Life is so unfair for us goats. xxxx oooo

  5. I agree. I'd turn my head away from that too!

  6. haha! i want my private jet too!


  7. this reminds me that i need a plane. i keep forgetting to buy one! thanks for the review!

  8. Goodness. I thought you were going to get to go some place without snow!

  9. I bet it is pretty useful, though probably not as useful as a plane you could fly anywhere. Good job on the review though!

  10. While the Male guy may be excited with that, I found it extremely boring too, Pricilla. I mean, don't they have enough tools??? Sheesh.

  11. We were hoping you'd be flying all over the country visting all of us blog furiends instead of reviewing a plane that doesn't even taste like grain. Oh well, you did a good job anyway!

  12. We are all disappointed Pricilla. We thought there was hope that you might be paying us a visit. But we figured you wouldn't like flying way up there in the air. Great review on the plane that helps build the yurt. That is important too.


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