Sure...haiku works. The good ones are good, and the bad ones are still short...and if you can't tell whether it was good or bad, well, it's still short.
Words pattern thought.
My skin is neither black nor white;
see and say what's real.
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I have not found one thing on this list I don't like.
I'm eating sushi and drinking wine as I speak.
Already stoked for 2013-2014.
What kind of sushi?
I just got back from the bike shop and am on my way to an Oscar party.
What kind of bike shop?
Vintage, obviously. It's pretty sweet, actually...right next to this great sandwich bistro. It's a little expensive and I have to leave the great ethnic, up-and-coming neighborhood I live in, but it's just so retro and has all these ironic Arrested Devlopment posters, so I just loooove it.
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Why is it that the white stereotype always features very wealthy white people. And why do blacks think that most whites live remotely close to a world of country clubs and second homes.
I have no problem with the site that Redd posted, just one of those comedy things I've noticed. Black = ghetto black, white = upper 5% wealthy white...with the occasional nod to the most extreme version of redneck possible, though this is usually the version of white that other whites make fun of. I'm looking at you Foxworthy.
Oh, I love vintage bike shops. I've always wanted to own or manage one as a matter of fact.
Actually, one of my favourite bike shops has more of a "futuristic" touch to it. It's located outside of Kamloops, BC. You've probably never been...but it's great. Just great. I love the scenery outside of the store. I could just look at the mountains and breathe in some of that fresh mountain air all day. I'd love to move there some day.
Wow. That sounds so wonderful.
No, I've never been but Kamloops, British Columbia, reminds me of this great little country village that me and this Asian girl I was dating then used to go to when I was in Japan during my study abroad. We would just hike out to this little lake and relax -- maybe do some yoga or maybe just listen to some Mos Def, Sufjan Stevens or just Japanese public radio on my iPod.
My dream is to buy a house on that lake so I can just enjoy nature while I work on my novel. I dunno, it's just something I've always wanted to do and the professor at this writing workshop I went to said I wrote such natural dialogue.
I think the site is being intentionally stereotypical. Of course not all whites are like this.
However, I worked in Carmel for a number of years and I'd say a large number of the items listed on the site fit people I've encountered in Carmel to a T. Mainly just the idea of owning things not because you actually want them, but because you can show off and brag about them to people in conversations.
WE ARE NOT GETTING ERIC GORDON
I love writing in my spare time. I really admire your persistence and dedication to pursue a dream and actually follow through with your novel. I wish you the best of luck. That's just really great. It makes me want to light up a cigar, dim the lights, and sit down on my vintage rocking chair from the mid 1860s and write. I need the inspiration, though. Maybe I'll find some from my upcoming vacation to Prague.
That's so totally white. Only white people divorce. LOL ROFL OMG, I'm so funny with my observation! Divorce is so white and it's so funny to point that out. I'm a genius.
“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” - Winston Churchill
“If you can't be a good example, then you'll just have to serve as a horrible warning.” - Catherine Aird
Of course you haven't heard of this band, they're so original, I am not even sure they exist.
I really enjoyed this one.
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