Over the weekend, Phi Delta Theta at the University of South Dakota was privy to some vandalism. On the side of their house, the words “We Date Rape” were spraypainted in yellow. This type of story is almost getting redundant — fraternity houses being vandalized under sweeping generalizations about fraternities in general, and not the specific house, but no one bats an eye, because… I don’t know, because no one cares if you talk shit about fraternities even if they’re innocent.
The president of the fraternity, Tyler Isackson, believes the vandalism occurred between 3:00 and 5:00am Sunday morning, but there were no witnesses, and no one saw the side of the house until 9:00am that day.
Now evidence is emerging that when bad things happen, it really might be because people are just jealous.
Two suspects, allegedly upset after being kicked out of a party, identified in fraternity vandalism. Case referred to SA for charges.
— Vermillion Police (@VermillionPD) February 16, 2016
So two dweebs weren’t allowed into a party, so when they didn’t get their way, they lashed out, and spray-painted the most unimaginative, stereotypical, and vilifying statement that they could come up with to exact their revenge.
My dudes, just get more friends..
[via The Volante]