The Nacho Haiku.

7 March 2010 by Lee Frank Category: contest
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A haiku is a non-rhymed verse poem. There are 5 syllables in the first sentence, 7 in the second and 5 again in the last sentence.  Nachos are a delightful dish ready to be talked about in Haiku format. Last week on a whim, I decided to challenge our twitter followers to create the best Haikus around nachos. Our favorites won a t-shirt.

Here’s our favorites

itscassidy: @NachosNY had to get in on the fun. here’s mine: nachos are tasty / during any time of year / but please no lettuce.

Simple, yet informative. It describes our thoughts exactly.

nachopatrol: @NachosNY One more to add to your list: ‘Cho’s a Qdoba / beans, chicken, steak, or veggie / queso, so slimy!

Though we disagree about Qdoba, we agree that queso is gross.

corocet: @NachosNY nachos in springtime / cheese drips gooey down my face / jalapeño love

This guy’s face needs a napkin, but he’s in love with a jalapeño.

joekwon80: @NachosNY nacho haiku: crunch crunch go the chips / jalepenos tease my lips / this ain’t chips and dip!

This one is definitely Rachel’s favorite. It’s from Joe Kwon of the Avett Brothers. HE LOVES HAIKUS and knows “this ain’t chips and dip!” He’s officially our homeboy.

Thanks for entering everyone and we’ll be rolling out more of these very soon.

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