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Posted by: lurk3r Oct 9 2002, 09:06 AM
Pipe Cleaner Dom Day,
what an interesting sight.
Could it be better?

Posted by: WampaLord Oct 9 2002, 10:04 AM
Pipe Cleaner Dom Day.
Where is Piro to save us
from all the madness?

Posted by: vespira Oct 9 2002, 02:09 PM
pipe cleaners kick ass
of course my only question
is what kind of pipe?

must be something good
Dom's style has improved ten fold
Pseudo-perspective ownz

Stick figures or not
This is still MegaTokyo
respect is required.

(and yes, I argue that Tokyo is two syllables.. To-Kyo)

Posted by: micpp Oct 9 2002, 02:13 PM
A pipe cleaner strip
What the hell are pipe cleaners
Used for anyway?

<non-haiku> Seriously, what are they used for? Apart from stick figure comics, that is </non-haiku>

Posted by: Almost Perfect Oct 9 2002, 02:16 PM
wait. Pipe cleaner day???
fred, you're fired, i'm sorry.
pack your stuff and go.

who will draw the strip?
I give you the solution...
Shirt Guy Dom all week!

Posted by: TheHelplessLlama Oct 9 2002, 03:08 PM
pipe cleaner day? please.
i bet i could do better
no more excuses

EDIT:

why six syllables?
in your second line lurk3r
you can do better

Posted by: TheHelplessLlama Oct 9 2002, 03:15 PM
no no no like this
it has to be a haiku
no more one liners

what are they used for
besides stick figures that is
i dont understand

EDIT:

yipes! double posting!
sorry everyone its hard
concentration gone.

Posted by: lurk3r Oct 9 2002, 04:39 PM
I did do better.
You just decided that my
word of choice had less

<non-haiku> in ter est ing </non-haiku>

Posted by: TheHelplessLlama Oct 9 2002, 04:52 PM
stupid excuses
see... it has three syllables
interesting lurk3r

thought this would be fun
turns out no one likes it... blah
poetry is lost

<non-haiku> seriously its pronounced in-tres-ting not as it is spelled out... int-er-est-ing... lazy americans equal improper use of their own language.</non-haiku>

Posted by: lurk3r Oct 9 2002, 04:56 PM
Who is the poet?
I thought I was writing it.
http://www.dictionary.com/search?q=interesting it says I'm right.

Posted by: Aphrael Oct 9 2002, 05:08 PM
The Dictionary
Does confirm what lurk3r wrote
lets all get along

In reply to:


tr.v. in·ter·est·ed, in·ter·est·ing, in·ter·ests
To arouse the curiosity or hold the attention of




Posted by: TheHelplessLlama Oct 9 2002, 05:15 PM
grrrr... i don't agree
go by pronunciation
in real life dammit!

must control my rage
i apologize lurk3r
i'm sorry for that

its just that english
is so stupid... i must learn
some japanese soon

born in wrong country
too hard to speak my language
*sigh* god my life sucks

Posted by: vespira Oct 9 2002, 10:40 PM
bah, who cares about numbers?
dyslexia rocks
especially in haiku

and besides, it's more fun
to simply add one to each line
Wooot! L33t Haiku +1



the evil poet scribes
poems with a structure
that defies the haiku

back on topic we go
pipecleaners are fuzzy
and thus are not evil

should they instead be spiked
and more pleasing to touch
then i would like them more

alas I am assured
that dom did not author
this day's wonderful strip

i must confess to all
that i like dom's style more
than fred's pseudo-dom art

i hope that dom enjoys
making that emailer
feel like a complete twit

</666 x6>

Posted by: vonSudden Oct 10 2002, 01:27 AM
2D to 3D
Only one dimension left
Next: animation!

[irish_haiku]
Are pipe-cleaners great? That would depend
On how much money you're willing to spend.
A far cheaper trick
Is the famous "Dom stick"
But I admit that the pipe-cleaners will not offend.*
[/irish_haiku]

[!haiku]*...welll, not as much, anyway[/!haiku]

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