hulk talk winter

The Hulk voice continues to break through the conventions of Hulk-ku into freer verse:

  • Hulk Talk Winter
  • Winter.
  • Hulk spend day suburbs.
  • Hulk see one more person
  • wear same black fuzzy jacket says “North Face”,
  • Hulk smash something.
  • Why not South Face?  East Face?
  • Why not blue? Red? Orange?
  • Why not green?
  • Green good color winter jacket.

(The author wants to point out that she is innocent on this one: the author may be a suburbanite, but at least she does not own The Exact Same Black Fleece and Nylon North Face Winter Jacket From The North Face Outlet At The Outlet Mall that more or less every second person at the shopping center was wearing this afternoon. Sheep.  Seriously.  Outlet mall sheep. The author’s fleece and nylon winter jacket is grey and brownish reddish purplish in a color the manufacturer calls “Rum Raisin”.)

 

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4 Responses to hulk talk winter

  1. Rick Santman says:

    No More Silver Cars! No, wait a minute…

    • Pam Bliss says:

      It is rather ranty, isn’t it. But seriously, it’s not that great a jacket. I tried one on last fall (in blaze orange) and was not impressed. Good price, though–the locals are nothing if not frugal.

  2. Wolfie says:

    My last year in Japan, everyone was wearing these horrible, puffy jackets made out of gross shiny fabric. Imagine my horror when I returned to the States and people were wearing them here, too. Now, happily, they seem to be a passing fad. I did see a whole rack full of them at CostCo the other day, but no one seemed to be buying them.

  3. Pam Bliss says:

    A sleeker down coat is popular here in colder weather, but yes, the big puffy one seems to be out right now. Carhartt. Or a military field jacket. That’s what we need.

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