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    Haiku SLAM!

    Discussion in 'Writing Prompts' started by ThreeSided, Jan 6, 2008.

    Well, I noticed there was no thread for such things, so I decided it would make a nice little word game. None of this is serious, just fun. You can post serious ones if you want, but the point of this thread is not critique.

    Remember, just have fun! :-D

    So I made this thread
    Because Haiku's are the best
    Now let us begin! :-D
     
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    Mexico, you got a problem with that?
    I would like to try
    Unfortunately I am
    really bad at this
     
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    There is the Official Haiku Thread in the Word Games, which does add a chaining criterion that makes it more of a game.
     
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    It's on the second page. Wouldn't bringing it back up be considered bumping? Or is bumping only considered bumping when what is posted is posted for the sake of bumping?
     
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    the sake of bumping is not allowed.
    this game is fun.
    but no one is playing it.
     
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    how are we supposed to play it, waise?
     

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