Put it where the sun don't shine!
Once upon a time back in radioland when it was run by males, a female announcer got fed up and told a boss where he could put her job. She gave him 30 minutes to get to the station and take her place because by then it would be time for the next newscast and she would be gone. This is told in a series of silly verses because I’m not a poet, and dang me, I know it.
SHE WAS MAD!
Shove this job up your @**
She told a boss with no cla**
He put wife on the phone,
"Don't leave him alone!"
He kept her in spite of the sa**.
He realized he'd been a jerk
So she stayed on at work
His wife was glad
She didn't make him sad
To leave and be a clerk.
The moral is "be nice"
Or she won't think twice
To tell you where to stick it
And you know a sticky wicket
Will surely pay the price.
He apologized. She kept the job. The Gal with Ba**s became a legend around that station.
This is my story and I'm stickin' to it.
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