Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Let's Pretend It's Last Week: Part 3

Wednesday, March 16th:

Miss Kagashi finally announced the winner of the first ever Great Language Learning Challenge!  I'll save you the suspense. 

It was me.

That's right.  After recruiting a 6'3" woman, a panda, and the prettiest boy I've ever known, I managed to beat out all the other (three) contestants.  Okay, I may have gone a bit overboard.  But you know what?  I really wanted that hat.

I promised that I'd write a custom haiku for the winner.  So here is the custom haiku I wrote for me:

Victory Haiku

Challenge accepted
 I will rise above all else
No force can stop me

Miss Kagashi:  Red and gray.  Those seem like fine colors for my new hat.  Also, I promised you a haiku of your choice, no matter who won, as thanks for holding the contest.  What would you like it to be about?  Also, I'm going to need a physical address to which to send it.

P.S. - I'm declaring today Hat Victory Day.  I would have just made it Hat Day, but it didn't convey the victory, and there already was one.  So enjoy your new holiday.  I know I will.

P.P.S. - Don't worry.  Don't even worry.  I will be posting plenty of pictures of me with that hat when I get it.


Miss Kagashi said...

Adam, I want you to write me a haiku about sarcasm.

Also I need your head measurement so I can start on your hat (I have red velvet and gray fur in my private stock, so there), if you'd like a tassel on your hat, and what color you'd like it to be.

Melissa said...

I want a freakin haiku.

Adam Jones said...

Miss Kagashi - Your haiku is under way.

Red velvet sounds amazing, also my favorite kind of cake.

Okay, I'm going to go ahead and say no tassel. But, it you're sitting there and think to yourself "It's nice, but this thing needs a fucking tassel," then go ahead. I trust in your artistic vision.

Melissa - For you? Done. Just let me know what you would like it to be about.

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