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Wednesday, 3 February 2010

Haiku #38

Cadbury had craft.
Now Kraft
have Cadbury.


Chocoholics
and chocolatiers
are shedding tears


Sorry, not real Haiku - about my Daily Haiku -(except for the pun, maybe) but I'm scraping the bottom of the vat this morning.

19 comments:

Karen said...

Very clever!

Bagman and Butler said...

Is it just a pun?
Or true to the Haiku form?
Drunken Basho laughs.

Elisabeth said...

Scraping the bottom of the vat, Dave?

I wonder that you are so prolific. You never seem short on words, more words, wonderful words. Thanks.

Shadow said...

mmm, they are confusing the boundaries of my mind...

Carl said...

We should bottle the bottom of your vat and sell it to other writers.

CS

Raj said...

:D
why are chocoholics unhappy?
they still have their chocolates.

willow said...

Witty one, Dave. Now, excuse me while I have a chocolate attack...

Gerry Boyd said...

Still, not without its peculiar amusement.

Kass said...

Krafty wee ditty!
Cadbury brings memories.
I liked their bunnies.

Linda Sue said...

Cadbury used to use real ingredients- Kraft never has. Oh dear, It is sad- Cadbury chemical bar...

Helen said...

... as long as there is chocolate in the bottom of that vat ~ you're OK.

the watercats said...

NIce current event captured... I'm a bit sad about this, even though I'm in Ireland... I think it's the fact kraft are most famous for squeezy cheese... that should just be illegal!

The Weaver of Grass said...

Is that the chocolate vat you are scrapingk Dave? If so, save me a spoonful. Don't worry about the number of syllables - who's counting?

ArtistUnplugged said...

Bottom of the vat of chocolate, no doubt!

Cloudia said...

Apologies (and haiku praise!) from the colonies, Dave.

Aloha, Friend!


Comfort Spiral

Derrick said...

Hi Dave,

Haiku or not, they are appropriate. Cadbury's flake - nothing like it!

Enchanted Oak said...

You made me smile, Dave. Of course chocolate conneiseurs are going nuts about the notion of Kraft-like chocolate.

Dianne said...

18 out of 17 say,
who listens to me?

We listen to you

Lucas said...

Very neatly summed up. I think the use of the word chocolatier conjures up what has been lost.