Jeff + 21 + Do You Want Some? = Immature
Okay, so I'll just start off by saying that in my school, there are many people who see these things on the internet - in videos, films and articles, or on social media - and they tell their friends about them just because they think they are cool saying what everyone else is saying.
Take the phrase "My name is Jeff", for example. This is from the film 21 Jump Street and it seems that loads of people find it funny that a man is telling someone his name is Jeff. What is the world coming to? To be honest, it is just immature.
Another phrase that people think is funny is the clip from Vine where a man asks his son what nine plus 10 is and the son answers "21'! I mean, how could this be funny when that young child probably has a learning disability and then you have loads of people going around mimicking the little boy when they see the number 21. What is so funny about the number 21?
Another phrase that people think is funny is "Do you want some? I'll give it to ya'", which is a video on Vine that has gone viral about a man who is being extremely verbally abusive to a rival supporter at a football match. It is just really over-the-top when people who think they are the best mess around and say this when actually it signifies that they want to fight.
There is nothing funny about any of these phrases because they are just immature, and people who say them do not actually know the meaning behind them.
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