Two days ago, 14 year old troublemaker, Timmy Jeffries, showed up to class late, and the teacher questioned him. He replied that he didn’t make it on time “Cause They Rapin’ Everybody Out There.”
The teacher was not amused, but his class got a few good laughs out of it. Since then, he decided it was an appropriate answer to every question including the word “why.”
While at first, people thought he was so fucking funny for referencing a hilarious YouTube video in real life, it quickly got old. His gratuitous use of the phrase has evidently caused his friends and family to get “pretty pissed off” at him.
“It was pretty funny when he first started saying it,” said his friend Jack, “but there is just no way the reason he can’t come over after school is ’cause they rapin’ everybody out there.’ It’s just dumb.”
Timmy’s mother was also pretty disturbed by his use of the phrase. “I wanted to ask him why he was saying it, but I knew he’d just say ‘Cause they rapin’ everybody out there.’ I just don’t know what to do with him.”
Timmy isn’t the only one using the phrase to explain his decisions. It’s apparently spreading throughout the nation, even to the Supreme Court.
Last Night, Chief Justice John Roberts explained his opposition to a new bill threatening to overturn the ruling of Roe v. Wade. The Bill would prevent mothers from getting a legal abortion, even under extreme circumstances.
Roberts told reporters, “We have to be conscious of women who are pregnant by accident. It’s becoming increasingly common because they rapin’ everybody out there.”
When asked what he would do if the bill were passed and abortions were made illegal, he calmly replied, “I would hide my kids, hide my wife, and I recommend you do the same.”