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GreenCrayon wrote:That. Was. Pathetic.

You want to make fun of me? You want to make Star Trek jokes? Fine.

Seriously, Ahmet, I'll do it for you.

My good friend GreenCrayon and I,
Once argued about what might lie,
In a Klingon's lap,
Crayon started to fap!
Screaming "Today is a good day to die!"

And that took me, what, maybe a minute? Work harder, not worse.
That was... brilliant.
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AHMETxRock wrote:See, you're not a good friend. You are an enemy to be destroyed. I shall lay waste to your bowels.
He just insulted himself, not just for your amusement, but for your benefit... That seems like a pretty good friend.

Okay, not really.

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I appreciate the revival of the dirty limericks. There is no greater an art form, truly.
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astasia wrote:I appreciate the revival of the dirty limericks. There is no greater an art form, truly.
i dunno... haikus are pretty rad

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ruotwocone wrote:i dunno... haikus are pretty rad
This is my favourite haiku ever, and no, I did not write it:

I taught U luvd me
Now I am sad AND bleeding
Sakura blossom
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Kimra wrote:Sakura blossom
That last part is win,
Real haikus need a kigo,
I wish mine had one. :(

I find it easy,
The structure appeals to me,
But where are the rhymes?

Now I'm addicted,
I can't stop using haiku,
I should end this here.
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isn't saying sakura blossom kinda redundant since sakura already refers to the blossom?

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ruotwocone wrote:isn't saying sakura blossom kinda redundant since sakura already refers to the blossom?
Well no, because it could be a peach blossom, a plum blossom, a nectarine blossom, an apple blossom or any other stone fruit blossom.*

*Sakura is a cherry for the record.
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My favourite haiku is from somewhere on this site.

'I love oreos
I want to punch everyone
who isn't the inventor of oreos
in the face'

Not sure if I'm remembering it word for word correctly though, so the structure may be wrong...
But the poem is OH SO RIGHT
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Structure is definitely wrong if it's a haiku. But cute.
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There are three different kinds of hikoos ya know. Don't be such a noob. God, it's elitists like you that ruin it for everyone.
I mean, you don't get to make the rules do you? The huukaays have letter bases syllable anyways don't they which makes ALL OF THIS BULLSHIT.

I am so angry right now.
My whispers are bold, that's how sexually starved angry right now.
Just like an std, will never fully go away.

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I know some different rules for haikus (including the Japanese one which is a maximum of 5-7-5 morae) but I don't think any haiku can have 4 lines.

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Oh yeah?

This is a haiku.
Line line line line that's four times.
So screw you asshole.
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I'd try and write a witty response but we've all seen my brilliant way with words. I can't rhyme and I certainly can't count syllables.
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AHMETxRock wrote:Oh yeah?

This is a haiku.
Line line line line that's four times.
So screw you asshole.
I'm going to punch you in the brain.

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