Four students at Riverhead High School in New York were given one day of internal suspension after they were caught Tebowing in the hallway between classes. The students, whose names we refuse to list because they are minors and don’t have hot older sisters, apparently orchestrated a mass Tebowing of dozens of students after they had been warned three times to stop their meme antics. But ease up, dudes, these bros were just paying tribute to their hero, Tim Tebow. Their bad, Supernintendo Chalmers.
“We’ve been doing it all week,” said Tyler Carroll (whoops) of Calverton. “We started on Monday. We saw Tebow doing it and thought it would be funny. More people saw and started to join in. It was really catching fire.”
(Via the Riverhead News-Review)
See? It was all in good fun. But along came Betty Badass and her strict rule book and these four good apples gone bad felt the devil’s thunder. I bet the superintendent had some super bitchy response, too. They always do.
“It’s wonderful that our students look up to sports heroes such as Mr. Tebow, but we can’t allow students to create unsafe situations in school,” Ms. Carney said in an email. “Students cannot block hallways and prevent other students from getting to class.”
WHAT A BITCH! But seriously, suspension? Look, I know they were warned three times and that eventually the administration has to set an example, but there are two much better ways to handle this:
1) Get all the kids from the gifted classes to start doing it, too.
2) Have the teachers Tebow with them.
Either way, come Monday these kids will all be back to smoking pot in between portables and the hallways will be open for business.