Monday, January 24, 2011

Innapropriate Haiku #4

I know I tell you guys this a lot, but I love you.  I think it's important to say that kind of thing often.  You keep coming back here.  I mean, I don't blame you, I'm kinda great, but it's rare that people recognize a good thing when they see it.  Because of your clear thinking I've gotten to 2,500 page views!  Now for your reward.

Inappropriate Haiku # 4
Listen Aunt Sara
Your money's on the dresser
Now get the fuck out 

P.S. - I'm working on a new segment I think you guys are gonna like.  Maybe.  I don't really understand you people.

P.P.S. - Just to nip that in the bud, I didn't mean "you people" in a racist way.  I've been made an honorary black man on three different occasions, by three different black men.  So I clearly have no problem with the coloreds.

P.P.P.S. - The beautiful Miss Kagashi, author of Multiculturalism for Steampunk, is hosting a contest to promote multiculturalism.  She is asking people to take the month of February and learn a little bit of a new language.  You can go check out the rules here.  If you make a video of yourself at the end of the month, sharing a bit of what you've learned, you could win a nice new hat.  And have a lot of fun.  And maybe get a hat.

I want that hat.

However, I want a lot of people to enter this.  I realize this is counter-productive of me, as it increases my competition, but I don't care.  In fact, I'll sweeten the pot.  If you win the competition, and stop by here to let me know, I'll write you a haiku on the subject of your choice.  I'll even send you a framed copy of it.*  You know what?  I'll even do the same for Miss Kagashi, as a token of appreciation for trying to better all you Philistines.

P.P.P.P.S. - I'm going to try to learn some Japanese.  If any of my Japanese readers (or readers who know Japanese) have any hints, tips, or advice, I'd love to hear it.  Thanks! 

*If you pick a subject like Antidisestablishmentarianism, I may also spit on it.


Amanda said...

If you have a Nintendo DS, My Japanese Coach is a really good way to learn Japanese. You can hear how words are spoken, speak them back and learn how to write them. All in the format of mini-games, which is awesome.

Adam Jones said...

Thanks for the heads up!

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