Now He Has Breasts - Poem by Randy Johnson
My uncle is angry and severely depressed.
He no longer shaves and now he has breasts.
When he went to the hospital, they accidentally gave him a sex change.
Now his family looks at him like he's strange.
Out of force of habit he took off his shirt and was put under arrest.
He forgot that he's no longer allowed to expose his chest.
Where ever he goes, men hit on him.
He then gets sued for beating the crap out of them.
He's angry at the doctors and he calls them quacks.
But he's more angry because he has no money to get changed back.
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