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Posted by: Phaedrus Dec 6 2001, 05:09 AM
It's Seraphim Check!
Erika cosplays with style -
tailored straight jacket.

Posted by: Quinn Dec 6 2001, 06:46 AM
I'll write something good
once cute pix in five and six
let go of my brain.

-_Quinn


Posted by: Phaedrus Dec 6 2001, 07:08 AM
quote:
Originally posted by Quinn:
I'll write something good
once cute pix in five and six
let go of my brain.

This fanboy stunned too -
Kimiko's panel five eyes.
Oh, to get lost there.


Posted by: NachoBoy Dec 6 2001, 07:33 AM
Difficult dresses
Keep Hayasaka-san clothed.
But, should she worry?

Kimiko's the one
Trying out for a game that's
Not appropriate.

-The Nacho
(Hmmm...)


Posted by: Rowan Bristol Dec 6 2001, 07:47 AM
Ruffled confinement
But too soon we discover
She's not the 'bad girl'

Amazing sewing
meant to keep her friend held back
bondage through cosplay

potential hentai
made only worse by future
cubesoft audition


Posted by: jamboy Dec 6 2001, 08:11 AM
I'd think the last thing
Erika needs for safety
Is "Chastity Dress":

Threat of broken arms
Is a stronger deterrent
Against Ecchi males.


Posted by: jamboy Dec 6 2001, 08:20 AM
Adorable frills,
A big cute bow, tied just-so,
Silk-wrapped Atom Bomb.

Posted by: Northwind Dec 6 2001, 08:25 AM
A frilly dress hides
Kimiko's true creation:
A chastity belt.

Erika, meanwhile,
Is quick to point out that she's
Not the bad girl here.


Posted by: Kojiro Takenashi Dec 7 2001, 12:16 AM
Fanboy of three now.
Ping, Kimiko, Erika
All show true cuteness

Posted by: AkilikaQ Dec 6 2001, 02:21 PM
Annoyed glare is worn;
Hey, I'm not the only one
Who's questionable.

Posted by: Quinn Dec 6 2001, 02:37 PM
quote:
Originally posted by KojiroTakenashi:
Fanboy of three now.
Ping, Kimiko, Erika
All show true cuteness

thecuteones.org
would be a nice site to have
for the archives, no?

-_Quinn


Posted by: nlowre01 Dec 6 2001, 03:19 PM
I've been bitten by the haiku bug as well. Or maybe it's coincidence that Erica postulates in 17 syllables...

What kind of impos-
sible latching device did
you sew in this time?


Posted by: Tangeu Dec 6 2001, 04:11 PM
Hard to get out of
not with the help of Tangeu
ecchiness ensues

{oh man, i feel soo dirty for writing that}


Posted by: temporal_amnesia Dec 6 2001, 06:23 PM
Nanasawa-san
and Hayasaka-san are
talking as they dress.

Will conversation
change topic from ecchi to
Piro-san? Who knows?


Posted by: Northwind Dec 6 2001, 08:29 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Temporal Amnesia:
Will conversation
change topic from ecchi to
Piro-san? Who knows?

<TANKA>
Who says the topic
Would have to change, I ask you?
Piro and ecchi
Aren't mutu'lly exclusive,
'Specially with Erika there.
</TANKA>


Posted by: traks Dec 6 2001, 08:48 PM
typing on dreamcast
i really need a keyboard
god, mercy on me?

Posted by: traks Dec 6 2001, 08:49 PM
god dammit

[ December 06, 2001: Message edited by: Traks ]


Posted by: r4pt0r_x Dec 6 2001, 08:54 PM
We would never know
what the subject would change to.
It is possible.

I'm really hoping
that they will talk more about
Piro-san and Ping.


Posted by: nlowre01 Dec 7 2001, 08:58 AM
Grue steps from shadows:
Me Haiku too? Shows mangled
poetic license.

---

Erika needs no
conscience operative while
Kimikos around.

"This dress will protect
your virtue if a moment
of weakness appears".

Erika retorts:
"Is your overworked conscience
out getting coffee?"


Posted by: Phaedrus Dec 7 2001, 09:21 AM
quote:
Originally posted by JavaGrue:
Grue steps from shadows:
Me Haiku too? Shows mangled
poetic license.

Light impunity
from coffee, or code, sir Grue?
Either way, welcome!


Posted by: pflorian Dec 7 2001, 03:27 PM
Take care with word thrusts
at the girl in the cute frills:
Her ripostes impale.

Posted by: Northwind Dec 7 2001, 03:43 PM
Our Brightly Cute One
Is stopped in her verbal tracks:
A stinging retort!

Posted by: nlowre01 Dec 7 2001, 04:34 PM
quote:
Originally posted by Phaedrus:
Light impunity
from coffee, or code, sir Grue?
Either way, welcome!

Thank you for the welcome!

I've tiptoed these halls
in shadow, seeking crunchy
stragglers to munch on.

But then I succumbed,
prey of contagious Haiku
virus. 0h d4 p41n!

So now soothing balm
is found in Haiku Archive.
(You folks do nice work!)

I'll try hard not to
force revocation of new
poetic license.


Posted by: JRandomLurker Dec 7 2001, 05:35 PM
Welcome to the fun!
But a grue out in the light?
So incon-grue-ous...

happy.gif

[edit]better phrasing[/edit]

[ December 08, 2001: Message edited by: J Random Lurker ]


Posted by: nlowre01 Dec 8 2001, 11:54 AM
quote:
Originally posted by Phaedrus:
Light impunity
from coffee, or code, sir Grue?
Either way, welcome!

Light impunity
you ask? A simple case of
polymorphism.

Extend class Grue as
JavaGrue, override the
offensive method.

Some legacy code
yet remains. Shades must be worn
in daylight hours.

Though Javadocs may
one day be published for the
public attributes,

source code will not
be released to public view.
Tr4d3 53cr375 4r3 m1n3!

-----

Ph34r m1 L337 50ph7w4r3 3n61n33r1n6 5k1LLz!


Posted by: LordZox Dec 9 2001, 08:55 AM
quote:
Originally posted by JavaGrue:
Though Javadocs may
one day be published for the
public attributes,

source code will not
be released to public view.
Tr4d3 53cr375 4r3 m1n3!


Since I code in C,
Java's not my cup of tea.
(Haiku, rhyme AND pun!)

Zox


Posted by: Phaedrus Dec 9 2001, 10:21 AM
[limerick]

A coder who coded in C
said "Java's not my cup of tea"
Assembly's too low,
and Forth is too slow,
and Lisp just (makes (no (sense)) to me.

[/limerick]


Posted by: Jiu Jitsuka Dec 9 2001, 02:10 PM
My class studies haiku
in here now, I can do too,
sweet! this will be fun.

sweet sweet Kimiko,
but what about Erika?
could she smile to?

this is easy stuff,
I hope to join in the ranks
time for essay work


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