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The Penis Poem- not ment to offend

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shane59
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Joined: Jan 2010

I hope you take this lightly as I did

THE PENIS POEM

My nookie days are over,
My pilot light is out.
What used to be my sex appeal
Is now my water spout.
Time was when of it's own accord
From my trousers it would spring,
But now I've got a full-time job
To find the flippin' thing.
It used to be embarrasing
The way it would behave-
Every single morning it would stand
And watch me as I shaved!
Now,as age approaches,
It sure gives me the blues
To see it hang its little head
And watch me tie my shoes!

I enjoyed this hope it don,t offend anyone Thanks Shane

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gkoper
Posts: 174
Joined: Apr 2009

Good humor-------I can relate.

JR1949
Posts: 230
Joined: Jun 2009

I CAN RELATE TO THAT.

JR

NM
Posts: 214
Joined: Jul 2009

After cancer,caths ,stool softeners and you all know the rest how can this offend I personally found it funny and unfortunately can now relate.

Nick

bdhilton
Posts: 759
Joined: Jan 2010

thanks for the good laugh...the wife even laughed...Peace-B

griff 1
Posts: 114
Joined: Jun 2010

i needed that what a poem. ha ha thanks griff

muttsrule
Posts: 52
Joined: Sep 2009

A real delight! Thanks for this clever mood booster. It even scans properly, saith the English Major. May I send it to a friend who ought to be here but isn't, as far as I know? Signing off smiling, John in Seattle

BRONX52
Posts: 156
Joined: Apr 2010

HUMOR IS CONTAGIOUS AND JUDGING BY THE REMARKS, YOU HAVE CERTAINLY HIT THE MARK. THANKS FOR PUTTING A SMILE ON MY FACE !!!!!

mrspjd
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Joined: Apr 2010

I printed this poem out and gave it to pjd. He enjoyed it so much, he made copies to give to his friends and doctors, who also were LOL. The humor reminded me of another funny post from a couple of months ago from johndz that had me laughing for days. I still enjoy telling this joke and thought it worthy of a repost below. Hope you have another good laugh!

Grandma and Grandpa were visiting
their kids overnight.

When Grandpa found a bottle of Viagra in
his son's medicine cabinet, he asked
about using one of the pills.

The son said, "I don't think you should
take one Dad; they're very strong
and very expensive."

"How much?" asked Grandpa.

"$10.00 a pill," Answered the son.

"I don't care," said Grandpa, "I'd still like to
try one, and before we leave in the
morning, I'll put the money
under the pillow."

Later the next morning, the son found
$110 under the pillow. He called
Grandpa and said, "I told
you each pill was
$10, not $110.

"I know," said Grandpa. "The
hundred is from
Grandma!"

Johndz

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dakotarunner
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Joined: Feb 2004

Good story. Now if I can just remember it. Life is much more enjoyable with laughter.

JR1949
Posts: 230
Joined: Jun 2009

Thanks for the humor, John, I'm still smiling. We all need a good humor story from time to time.

Feb2010
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Joined: Mar 2010

Nice one. LOL!!

Trew
Posts: 892
Joined: Jan 2010

Feb, I'm wondering how everything is working for since you completed proton therapy- care to share?

perrozzinj
Posts: 1
Joined: Dec 2010

Hi Shane

My brother gave me this poem/joke about 55 years ago, Little did I know then that it would be a prophesy of life.

I enjoyed seeing it again as from time to time, portions would pop into my mind and I would try to remember the rest of it.

Thank you

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