Joe Rosochacki

Joanie Laurer, Steroids, Alcohol, And Hermaphrodites, Oh My! - Poem by Joe Rosochacki

Joanie Laurer, Steroids, Alcohol, Steroids, hermaphrodites,
Johnny -excuse me-Joanie Laurer is on STEROIDS!
Did anyone do a chromosome test on Joanie Laurer like they did on Caster Semenya?
If you have so, do tell.
'Gabriela Targos, alleging that on April 24, Chyna - whose real name is Joanie Laurer - asked her to meet up at a motel.'
For I guess some sort of sexually based liaison,
-was it lesbian or straight sex?
'However, upon Targos' arrival, the wrestling pro and former 'Surreal Life' and 'Celebrity Rehab' star 'immediately snapped and began attacking her for no reason.'
I know that he-excuse me- she had posed for Playboy in the buff,
Amazing what plastic surgery had done to her,
Not to mention the air-brushing that was involved,
One look at him/her nude,
Well, quite frankly I had enough.
Joanie Laurer, Steroids, Alcohol, Steroids, hermaphrodites,
Was Chyna's plastic surgery done in China?
Was his/her steroids manufactured in Beijing?
By the same Chinese companies that put lead in our childrens toys?
And caused a lot parental strife?
Joanie/(Johnny) looks like she had been born with both parts of little girls and little boys.
'During the incident, TMZ reports that Chyna,39, allegedly punched Targos, beat her with a wire hanger, dragged her by her hair and threatened her life.'

' Chyna shot to fame in the late '90s during her time with the WWE, where she was known as 'The Ninth Wonder of the World' because of her massive frame and muscles. Since she was so much larger than all of the other female wrestlers in the company, Chyna would often face off with men.'

Because, she is partly a man.

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  • Brian Jani (5/26/2014 6:23:00 AM)

    Joa I am a fan of this one (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, May 1, 2010

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