Posts tagged with #found haiku

I wonder if he
can breathe with all that fury
building around him.

—Found haiku in Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn

This is a man-made
fucking catastrophe of
epic proportions!

—Found haiku in Treme (Season 1, Episode 1)

Please note that Facebook
will import, use and retain
this information.

—Found haiku in Netflix Privacy Policy (source)

You know, people give
me advice, I reckon they’re
talking to themselves.

—Found haiku in True Detective (Season 1, Episode 6)

The traditional
road to education and
success is a trap.

—Found haiku in Ask MetaFilter comment for What is a life changing realization that you wish you’d had sooner? (source)

You’re probably fat,
and if you’re not, you will be
after eating here.

—Found haiku in Yelp review of The Joint in New Orleans, LA (source)

In N Out is the
reason I’ll never move out
of California.

—Found haiku in Yelp review of In-N-Out Burger in Los Angeles, California (source)

It gets so crowded,
last time I left with someone
else’s pancreas.

—Found haiku in Yelp review of The Spotted Cat Music Club in New Orleans, Louisiana (source)

I like you and if
you can’t handle it, you can
just, you know, fuck off.

—Found haiku in Peep Show (Season 1, Episode 4)

Who uses “withdraw”
as a fuckin’ verb besides
catholics and butlers?

—Found haiku in Veep (Season 1, Episode 4)

I am not ashamed
to admit that I have learned
a lot from this thread.

—Found haiku in Ask MetaFilter comment for What in life did it take you a surprisingly long time to realize you’ve been doing wrong all along? (source)

I am passionate
about very few things, but
brunch is one of them.

—Found haiku in Yelp review of Tasty n Sons in Portland, Oregon (source)

I was tempted to
ditch the spoon and eat out of
the bowl like a trough.

—Found haiku in Yelp review of Screen Door in Portland, Oregon (source)

And that burger just
happens to be between two
grilled cheese sandwiches.

—Found haiku in Yelp review of Brunch Box in Portland, Oregon (source)

I can’t wait to get
back to 1985
and my hot girlfriend.

—Found haiku in Amazon customer review of Uranium Ore (source)