Aug 8, 2014; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Phillies former pitcher Roy Halladay addresses the crowd before the game against the New York Mets at Citizens Bank Park. Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

Roy Halladay can't tweet about butt plugs without people acting immature

For Roy Halladay, it started with a simple tweet about using a butt plug to keep a boat from filling up with water. It ended with — well, Twitter users talking about butt plugs.

I’m not all that up-to-date on my boating terms so I have no idea if a butt plug is a thing or if that’s a typo by Roy or what’s the deal.

I just know that, when internet people took “butt plug” to mean something other than a plug you use to keep a boat from being inundated, Roy Halladay went and got all up on his high horse about it.

Like Twitter is church or something.

You said “butt plug” Roy. What did you think would happen?

Okay everyone, new rule: no snickering at the double-meanings in Roy Halladay’s tweets. Roy doesn’t like that kind of sophomoric, silly humor.

Butt plug. Is it really called a butt plug? Is a jib still a thing?

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