Friday Haiku: I Choose You

Pokemon otter

Uses magic spell attack

Gotta catch ’em all

None otter than, Bob21


  1. bookmonstercats says:

    Pass me the Hello Kitty defibrillambamalaladingdong to revive my stilled heart and the Hello Kitty duct tape to put my asploded hed back together.

  2. bookmonstercats says:

    PS. Too ded to haiku at the moment. Normal service may (but is not guaranteed to) be resumed, after copious applications of Hello Kitty.

  3. HK thingy used….
    bookmonstercats is revived!
    OK to haiku? :)

  4. WIN

  5. Cannot be topped. Break out the haiku coffee table book.

  6. *coffeehouse snaps*

  7. I predict another “It’s dangerous to go alone! Take This.” meme image/wallpaper will be made from this ;) .

  8. It’s Oshawott! The water pokemon. *gives little otter a shell* Man, I know way too much about this at my age…

  9. Shell Smash!

  10. Who said there was an age limit to liking cute otters trying to be samurai? O.o. That would be a terrible world to live in.

  11. Breaking news: There isn’t an age limit! Yeah! Cute, cute, cute!

  12. The Emperor is about to use his zappy fingers on Luke.

  13. Could be the opening to a new Volkswagon commercial

  14. The leetle fingernails!

  15. One thing is certain
    When filling out tax returns
    Otters will round up

  16. WIN!

  17. Blue Footed Booby says:

    Reminder for those of you who got yelled at for covertly playing pokemon during class back in elementary school that the original red and blue versions of pokemon released 14 years ago. God, I’m too young to feel so old.

  18. If elementary school was, for you, only 14 years old, then you are indeed too young to feel old. Contact the Old Club for your membership ID card when your college years are at least 14 years behind you…… even then, I’m not sure you’ll meet the minimum membership threshold levels.

  19. Heh. My 30th high school reunion is next summer…

  20. I graduated from college 30 years ago…

  21. My 30th was this summer!

  22. phred's mom says:

    Heh, heh, *cackling dementedly* my 50th high school reunion
    was in 2007, you whippersnapper, you!

  23. So I shouldn’t mention that I’m only up to 25th next year?

  24. This summer was 37 years since high school, can I feel a little bit old?

  25. I just exploded into a cloud of glitter. It is my spirit that is typing this comment right now. It was worth it.

  26. “O Gods of Kyoot, please accept my offering.”

  27. :lol:

  28. fleurdamour says:

    Magic otter is Hairy P. Otter.

  29. Otters has fingernailses!!??!!

  30. I know! I thought they had claws. These paws are very hand-like.

  31. The fingerses have kilt me ded!

  32. I got to hold a baby otter once. It was like holding a warm, fur-covered Slinky. And its little feet opened up til they were nearly circular–the better to swim with, probably. I don’t remember its front hands being so human-like, though. Awesome little critter!

  33. ‘Fur-covered Slinky’ ftw!

  34. ER MEH GAHD!!!!

    Phew, allr ight, I’m OK now. But f’reals, baby otters = lethally cute.

  35. exactly what I was thinking! WANT!!

  36. Where is the Haiku?
    Otter-ball merrits tribute
    “oh otter, so cute”

  37. little otterlet
    furry-soft round in my hand
    i needs to snorf it!


  38. ‘Mountain fold. Inflate.’
    Ottergami now complete!
    Perfect ball from square.

  39. Cute bebeh otter!
    But why do your weird man hands
    Freak me out badly?

  40. sabrina rose says:

    Nice haiku but we politely beg to differ: Dose are very kewt liddle hanny-wackers made for holding smackerels.

  41. Handful of otter
    Human hand as otter hand
    holds cute little monster

  42. Mme. Stewart says:

    I have just been inspired to have my class write Friday Haiku’s with cute overload. Their haikus will be cute by defination of their age (8-10). Can someone remind me, on Friday’s do you pick a haiku from the comments to post with the photo or does it come with a haiku on the post already? I would like the class to have a chance to win the Friday Haiku contest (but if that’s not how it works, I will just use it for inspiration).

  43. All our posts come with professionally written captions. Haikus are serious work and our writers have had extensive training. However, if you think your little white belts can enter the arena with our masters, please bring your best. Good luck.

  44. This is an EXCELLENT idea!!!! Now, if only I could get CO on the internet at school, I’d be set. Wonder if they’d unblock it with that as my reason??? hmmmm….

  45. Mme Stewart:
    Pardonez-moi pour mon franglais, mais Mlle Sharpy vous taquine un peu: chaque vendredi matin, le modérateur du jour compose un haïku pour une photo, mais nous pouvons tous participer à composer nos propres poèmes (trois lignes, de cinq / sept / cinq syllabes par ligne) pour l’amusement , et l’inspiration, de nous-mêmes et les autres.
    C’est mieux avec plus de poètes :-), et c’est vrai, le plus mignon quand les poètes ont 8-10 ans. Bonne chance à tous, et nous espérons vous voir ici le vendredi!

  46. Mme. Stewart says:

    Merci beaucoup tout le monde! I will see you not this Friday but the next!


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