Well, really, more like a pun, Leaving. A “bye-ku”
Gotta start somewhere
Professor: five, seven, five. Me: got it thank you.
Saw this status on my friends Facebook page with a picture of his busted car window: "After yesterday's storm/flying treebranch. Awaiting the healing powers of the autoglass shaman. ". Someone else commented "if you put what you wrote into 3 lines, this makes a nice haiku"
I took that as a challenge. Here was the result:
Auto-glass shaman: The winds of change blew too hard. Can you heal my pane?
I was going to order it but the bill would have been huge.
This is a Schrö-zinger .
Time to learn haiku Syllables? Five seven five? Fuck it i give up
Deposed atop mount fuji.
That was a high coup.
We call this high coo.
He wanted to write haiku
It's a Haiku coo clock.
haiku of poor quality?
it is a low-ku
Years ago I used to use a LexisNexis database of companies that would give corporate information like name, address, and general business description. While most of them were pretty bland, there were a bunch of them with some really cheesy puns, and over a few years I built quite a collection.
Today I share with you "NEXIS IS RIDICULOUS.txt":
For the past three years I've held scavenger hunts to celebrate my birthday. This year I've decided on the theme, "Dads' Night Out." Examples of items on last year's (non-dad-themed) list: "Play red light/green light with at least three strangers," "Switch pants with a stranger," and "Haiku written by a bartender." All items require physical, photographic or video evidence. What are your ideas for dad-themed items or jokes I can fit in here and there? Any other ideas on how I can make this year the best year yet would be appreciated.