The cycle of life is a funny thing. One day you're a sweet little loropetalum plant, also known as Chinese fringe flower, a very attractive evergreen landscape plant (thanks, landscaping.about.com). Someone bought you from a local nursery and planted you to bring beauty to the landscape.
A couple of years later, you're blocking a newly installed door to the man cave, and just like that -- you're out. And what do you get for those years of service?
You're goat food.
Goats like grass...but they adore shrubs.
It's not a terrible way to go. You feed the goats, who will then enrich the soil, which will provide nurture for other living things.
Geez, I hope that's not the way I go, though.