Petite Fleur - I like the simplicity and monorhyme. the lines get longer - it visually produces a stairway, which shows a progression in the boys' depravity. the last line might then be anticipated to paint the boys as disgustingly perverse, call back to the opening line, or come completely from nowhere. while the last line does tie back to the opening line, it also somewhat lacks impact. I would have liked a twist of some sort - maybe the boys lust after their own butts as reflect in the mirror, the boys always use 'buts' as a form of justification for their actions, or the narrator actually loves these butt-loving boys. Then again, you're the author, not me.
taichi - I love how the ending words (loose, intensity, lose) are associated with sex, which makes the very last word especially suitable. (Maybe my mind has become defiled to think this.) I think some more lines that extend the trend (with words like blood, hard, etc) could strengthen the poem, but too many additional lines could weaken the poem instead.
Oben - The effort spent to construct a poem set in couplet rhyme scheme is commendable. However, end-rhyming with line 13 caused line 14 seem a little forced and convoluted. 'About a Certain Idea of Fun' does state some truths of comedy, though: 'dark comedy' is very much a thing. furthermore, audacity and courage play a fairly big role in some comedic contexts. The concluding couplet seemingly embodies this notion of audacity: the bit about 'a d-drunken Irishman falling into a lough' is unexpected, hence unexpectedly funny.
ZCOverload - Some playful disses can be quite humorous if done right, which I think it was. I'm not a fan of this diverse rhyme scheme, though: AAAABBCCDEEE, if perfect-rhyme sticklers let the first six lines slide. I'm used to set rhyme schemes and find them more pleasing to both the eye and the ear. Maybe it was meant to demonstrate the chaotic and unpredictable situation at OMF, so there's that. Even so, there is one thing I do like about the rhyme scheme, though. I don't know if this was intended, but having 'manga' be the only end-word that does not rhyme emphasizes it; fittingly, OMF is supposed to be a forum for manga/anime. However, manga discussion at OMF has been left to a pathetic state. now, like other similar forums, people either want to talk about what's popular and mainstream or engage in conversations and activities separate from the specific, supposedly unifying interest of the particular forum.
Sloan - The uncomfortable situations associated with the rugged outdoors can provide good humor. Your poem reads a little like a city dweller who is making excuses for his clumsiness, which is a bit funny. I had to look hard to find a meaning, assuming that your poem is hiding one. A well-chosen title would have really helped bring your poem together, in my opinion.
timiee - I enjoyed the last line - your poem, 'The Cake is a Lie,' is basically a story pun, or feghoot, but as a poem. The rhyme scheme somewhat works to your advantage here: two stanzas of the off-kilter ABCB / DEFE rhyme scheme disorientates the reader. however, the clear-cut GGHH / IIJJ couplet rhyme scheme of stanzas three and four is more familiar and hints at what Dora will do - correspondingly, the meme used in the last line is well-known. The line about Larry's skin turning purple could be made clearer. Also, the title could be changed to something else, to keep the last line slightly harder to guess.
YoWid - A rather deep poem about the many forms of comedy and how it is form of refuge for some who are suffering. The rhyme scheme is utilized well here: stanzas one and three, about cut-and-dry statements of both facts (stanza 1, 3) and, subtly, the narrator's thoughts on the purpose of comedy (stanza 3), are in couplet rhyme scheme. Meanwhile, the second stanza, which incorporates public opinion and the narrator's opinions, is set to alternate rhyme scheme. The second stanza makes heavy use of repetition (a say, b say, c say, d say), which is, debatably, a underused technique. I guess one downside is that it isn't a very funny poem. :c
Sanji - Kubo's unique tendencies as a mangaka are funny, in a rage-inducing way. I smiled, for sure. It is jarring, for me, to see the rhyming suddenly stop in the middle of the second stanza. The last two stanzas are a little repetitive and the last line could be reworked, but this is the funniest poem, to me.
Ultimately, I voted for YoWid - 'Comedy' provides some good food for thought. As an aside, the seriousness of the poem, when contrasted against the other poems, makes it slightly funny, as well.