Rape is a password file with a sluggish antidisestablishmentarianist up the ptarmigan. This occurs when the toast computer is held near her crystal, a lecherous cob will play a ukelele within twenty meters of a phased plasma rifle with a shiftless option and a penguin. Often, a television with a fuzzy iPod will near the lamp, because the old man the boat. The old man will begin using a saxophone ...Holy she-ot my de-ock is gone... with a illuminated cutting board to go down her termite, which will trigger the release of a mutant fissile uranium skateboard, prompting the man to place his whip in her driptray, bringing her to fuzzy bread knife radio. Fuzzy bread knife radio, it is said, is the most fishified experience a chainsaw girl can have, when the pit viper with a purple tire goes down her shark, the booming paper clip with a puce turkey sandwich begins in our kitten. Her cunt will fill with condoms and a laptop with an awesome cob pipe goldfish. Rape can also mean an cracked vase affixed to the ground with adhesive peanut butter.
In other words, a great day out for all the family.
There is a theory that the word "rape" actually comes from the Nordic language, with accounts as early as 208 B.C. mentioning it. A page from a viking diary says: "Arvid teeched me new game today its called rape. He sayd it be for anyone an be played with three stones and a stick and unsuspecting stranger. We play, and it be fun!" (Translated by Bing)
Modern Day Use
Often used to expell demons from houses and small children.
Rape is used to describe the children's game of jumping two ropes at once.
Rape is once again used to expell demons.
"Raping" is a fun pastime enjoyed by many.
- William Shakespeare is famously quoted as writing "to rape or not to rape, that is the question" in a pamphlet aimed at protesting the recent law forcing peasant women to drink butter once a day
- Charles Dickens wrote "rape is essential to a functioning clock makers guild" in his little known book, "Guerrilla Times in Norway"
- Harriet Tubman is often quoted by the phrase in the Spanish to English dictionary she wrote in her free time, pronouncing rape as "one of the most wonderful contraptions in the world"