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|Posted by: DeosArcana Jul 10 2002, 06:38 AM|
| Behold, Piro speaks
A conversation has bloomed
Damn, it died again
Chug the beer, Piro
It just got really ackward
Time to make your move
|Posted by: vonSudden Jul 10 2002, 07:00 AM|
Hear Largo retell of his killing spree
See Piro become his explainee:
"Mix reality with games
Find Tokyo in flames"
Says Kimiko, not interested, "I see".
Now even Piro has found
Salvation in beer
|Posted by: jamboy Jul 10 2002, 08:27 AM|
The last three panels of this strip have raised a few points in my mind. I don't think Kimiko is disinterested - far from it. I think the last two panels are in fact her lapsing into thought.
Remember how in earlier strips she talked with Erica about how dating games might affect the lonely guys who played them? Now mix that thought up with the revelation that there are guys out there so immersed in their gaming lives that they think zombies are everywhere. What if the guys who played the games she's involved in got equally wrapped up in their game worlds? It's enough to give a Seiyuu pause for thought, I think you'll agree.
And, of course, she believes Ping belongs to Largo. The implications of a Ren'Ai robot belonging to a guy who thinks video games are real are left as an excercise for the reader...
The following is from Kimiko's perspective:
"He thinks they are real?"
Reality blurred by games
Is a sob'ring thought...
"What if the Ren'Ai
I've been making all these years
Has the same effect?
"And, for that matter,
What about that Ping-chan doll
|Posted by: Shoka Jul 10 2002, 10:36 AM|
what pain, hearing that
pair of words, "i see"
"You see, Largo thinks zombies are real!"
Laughs Piro, with jovial zeal,
And tries, with a grin,
For a humorous spin -
You poor shmuck, I know just how you feel!
|Posted by: grasshopperKAT Jul 10 2002, 11:57 AM|
| Largo ranting of stories untrue
|Posted by: Shoka Jul 12 2002, 03:19 AM|
| "largo has a stake
in chasing down the zombies!"
(dig, dig, dig, dig, dig)
|Posted by: Kid Jul 12 2002, 11:06 AM|
| bored forum goers
soultion to tedium?
we speak in haiku.
|Posted by: Takara Cascade Jul 13 2002, 01:21 AM|
| There once was a gaijin named Piro
Who with ladies felt like a zero.
And when he essayed
To talk to a maid,
He ended up just chugging his beer-o.
|Posted by: Cryshalo Jul 13 2002, 04:07 AM|
| <!haiku> ha ha! </!haiku>
Problems cluster and
Piro can't explain, so just sigh;
Just trust in the beer
|Posted by: DeosArcana Jul 13 2002, 08:26 AM|
| One beer here, please ma'am
To drink my problems away
Because I'm afraid
"Wow, I am impressed"
Erika has never seen
Largo in action.
"Is he gaijin, or
Is there something more to him?"
Kimiko must know
<!haiku> I like that !haiku, so I'll do it from now on. Anyways, a hat-trick of haiku for all of you. Uh-oh, I'm stuck in a rhyming speil! But it does have certain appeal. Whoops, I did it again. I could go one day or ten. Someone stop me before it's too late. And I start to suck.
Wait, that last one didn't rhyme. Hooray! I'm free! Anyways, love the haiku folks. Keep 'em coming. Can't let the n3kt4r thread kick our ass, can we?</!haiku>
|Posted by: kezra_cor Jul 13 2002, 02:55 PM|
| A funny story
"I see" the only response
Then awkward silence
It's not going well
Where's the romance, the passion?
Piro is too shy
|Posted by: Shoka Jul 14 2002, 12:51 AM|
| ph34r, fir3, & zomb33z!
<"What is he talking about?">
Better not to know.
So you took your friend, after his brawl,
To get medical treatment - good call!
What I can't quite equate
Is just how he escaped
From his room with the rubber-lined walls!?