As a spoof writer, Geoff Todger likes penis jokes. He gets his out at any opportunity, and stuffs it into every story, regardless of whether it is related to penises or not.
"I usually love to show off my penis jokes. No matter what I'm writing about, I'll knock one out and shove it in somewhere. Sometimes, I'll thrust back and forth, and sprinkle funny words everywhere. It always feels good."
But, in recent months, Todger has found his penis jokes are not working as they used to. A joke doctor diagnosed him and said that he was suffering from RPSI (repetitive penis-joke sprain injury) - a common ailment which results from overuse of penis jokes.
As a result, he began to cut out his jokes about cocks, but he found that he could not write at all as 90% of his material was made up of penis jokes.
"My writing was flaccid and limp," he said. "It was as if I had castrated my sense of humour."
Then, one day, while wandering randomly around the internet, he stumbled upon the solution - a new wonder drug called Penisin, which can cure RPSI.
Since taking it, Todger can continue writing the spoofs he usually does, complete with inappropriate cock references. He believes his penis jokes are now meatier and more girthful than ever before.
However, joke doctor, Nobbin Bollocks, is unhappy that the drug is allowed to be sold at all. "Really, penis jokes are overused, generally. A writer who is always getting his penis jokes out and sticking them in where they are not needed, is no better than Harvey Weinstein. He should learn to write other types of joke, instead of being so obsessed with the penis. It's so immature," said the fat, ugly, smelly idiot who probably doesn't even have a knob.
It looks like penis jokes are here to stay. So let's have a big hand for the penis jokes.