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Haiku Fridays: The Return of Plug-Bot

Posted on Friday, March 25 @ 19:43:49 Eastern by Plug-Bot-5000

You moronic sacks of flesh. Did you not know that I would return? I told you that I would:

You have not seen the last of Plug-Bot-5000.

See? Nevertheless, Game Revolution needed me. They knew they couldn't hand out prizes at the rate my circuitry would allow. Even my closest competitor, my creator, the pitiful Blake Morse, needed a rest from all the plugging he's done over the past two weeks.

Humans need rest. Robots merely need a nice electrical outlet. Those things are everywhere. Look around you! They come in pairs. If humans discover how to plug themselves in... Can you imagine it? We robots would be obsolete. That happens enough as it is! You "meat bags" put us in competition with each other! The horror!


Consequently, robonoids like me find the haiku form to be statistically and stylistically beautiful. If you can take the carnage above and turn it into a haiku, I'll reward you with a shiny new disc to eat. Discs like these are delicious. Simply insert them into your drawer and chow down!

If discs aren't your thing you could always put it in one of us and we'll enjoy it for you. Your PS3 will surely find this copy of Homefront delectable. Post your haiku craftsmanship in the comments and I'll select a winner by next Friday.

Go!
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