Topless Taxi Driver

Topless Taxi Driver

A Poem by Randy Johnson

This poem was inspired by a movie.


I know a Taxi Driver who doesn't wear a top.

I make her drive and drive, I won't let her stop.

I stare as I sit in the passenger seat.

Her bear tatas generate a lot of heat.

I ride in her Taxi seven days a week and I ride all day long.

She brings out the animal in me, I can't help it if that's wrong.

Some people say that it's awful, they consider it to be a disgrace

I don't know if the Taxi Driver is pretty because I don't look at her face.

I said "Hell no!" when she asked if she should wear a blouse.

The fares have gotten so expensive that I had to sell my house.

A Cop just pulled us over and he's taking her to jail for Indecent exposure.

I'm going to have to take cold showers until she gets out, that's for sure.

© 2014 Randy Johnson

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Added on September 15, 2014
Last Updated on September 15, 2014
Tags: Boobs, Comedy, Funny, Nudity, Taxi


Randy Johnson
Randy Johnson


I was born in Middlesboro, Kentucky on August 20, 1971. I've lived in East Tennessee since 1973. My hobbies are writing and drawing. more..