More medical mayhem as Paul's funny poems explore the worlds of plastic surgery, irritable bowel syndrome, hypochondria and mental illness. We only need proctology for a full house.
A funny twisted poem about goings on in a busy hospital canteen.
The baby naming game is a world all of its own, as we discover from the increasingly outlandish suggestions in Paul's poem.
A comic poem about irritable bowel syndrome, which may sound slightly oxymoronic until you read Paul's amusing musings about mesothelioma.
A patient planning a face lift is somewhat discombobulated by the art in the plastic surgeon's waiting room.
Discover an uncomfortable truth about the medical profession.
Falling somewhere between a questionnaire and a poem, A Question Of Health has an amusing twist on the subject of a healthy lifestyle.
A funny poem by Paul about hypochondria, which makes an interesting companion piece to The Sick Note, Patrick's poem about valetudinarianism.
A funny poem about hospital staff which will send your punometer shooting off the scale.
Weight loss regimes promise a pain free route to a slimmer, fitter, healthier body. Paul's poem presents a rather more painfully honest appraisal of the options.
The use of plastic surgery is a touchy subject, but the proposal put forward in Paul's poem is much more radical (and shocking).