Photos: Ten weirdest haiku on Denver Craigslist
Here's evidence that you can find just about anything on Denver Craigslist: There's actually a forum for haiku.
It's called haiku hotel, and it's a lively place to visit, since users vary between the deadly serious and those willing to have fun with the form. We gravitated to the latter group, picking out and photo-illustrating the ten weirdest haiku, touching on subjects ranging from Cheetos craving to braless women. Count down our favorites below.
Number 10: Posted by "Chief Wiggums"
ignorance of the law is no excuse the law is the law Number 9: Cheetos never prosper?
not cheating when its only once a week~ Cheetos Continue to keep counting down the ten weirdest haiku on Denver Craigslist. Number 8: The dangers of crack
plumbers crack Hell-o pawing at spilled assignments my foot is begging Number 7: Gutter ball
trophy to prove it even losers get lucky most improved bowler Continue to keep counting down the ten weirdest haiku on Denver Craigslist. Number 6: The cage may look cute to you
Shopping for hamsters I like the old style cage Why is the cage cute? Number 5: Would Sarah Silverman think this is funny?
what do you call a splintered comedienne? Sarah Sliverman Continue to keep counting down the ten weirdest haiku on Denver Craigslist. Number 4: Riddle me this
Only the Lonely Nelson Riddle orchestra saves Sinatra's ass Number 3: The least politically correct joke haiku ever
Oranges being sent off to be juiced of their worth Concentration camps Continue to keep counting down the ten weirdest haiku on Denver Craigslist. Number 2: This one's called "Sexy Girls Without Bras" -- really
lamplit madonnas traveling the paths at night needing not distrust Number 1: Geeky meets gross
Starship and toilet paper have in common uranus and Klingons
Send your story tips to the author, Michael Roberts.
More from our Strange But True archive circa June: "Photos: Creepiest Craigslist IT ad ever."
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