Haiku for Adulthood: Lit Crawl Muni Battle (Video)

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These are some of the haiku I read at the Lit Crawl Muni Haiku Battle, which was super fun, even though (spoiler) I lost! You can read about it at Muni Diaries or watch a video recap below. Some of these won’t make much sense if you don’t live in San Francisco or ride public transit, but most of them will!

#288

My policy hasn’t

changed. You could always

enter through my “back door.”

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#289

Rush hour is like

kinky sex — nobody gets

off without a fight.

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#290

On the N, my seat

was stolen by an Asian

lady’s live chicken.

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#291

I took a deep breath

on the 38 Geary

at night — lesson learned.

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#292

Packed with tourists, Full 

House sing-alongs, pigeon jokes.

What the F, Train.

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#293

To our right, you’ll

notice human excrement.

That concludes our tour.

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#294

A two-hour ride

and I’m still not there — Mission bus

or one-night stand?

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#295

Kind sir, there’s a

difference between friendliness

and frotter-nizing.

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#296

Girl on phone baptizes

me with spit — if you see

something, spray something.

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#297

If you like your work

commute to be full of

surprises, urine luck.

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 #298

Dear ladies: Gripping

the bus pole that hard doesn’t

get you any tips.

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#299

Remembering exact

change is a chore. Clipper?

I barely know her!

PS: I’ve always wanted my face to be next to a definition of a paraphilia.

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