Like...we've got to be really stupid if we're saying that the lady who licked Blue Bell ice cream and then put it back in the freezer deserves 20 years in prison. Should she be punished? Ok, yeah like duh, but also like...unless she has Super Space AIDs Cancer Death Plague, then like...maybe we shouldn't be looking at a twenty-year sentence for her.Can pranks get out of hand? Yeah absolutely, and there are plenty of anecdotal stories about pranks going too far and someone getting seriously injured or killed. We all know a guy with a story about "It was just a harmless prank...but now Timmy is dead." And that guy has to ruin the fun of everyone ever. He's the male version of Karen.Was it gross and disgusting? Yeah, but twenty years? There is a lot of shit Texas does take seriously, and maybe this is just a knee-jerk reaction based on the emotional state of Texans after feeling betrayed by Whataburger, but seriously....20 years.This outrage culture treats the dumbest of pranks like legitimate crimes against humanity and it's getting ridiculous. Look, find her, find the container of ice cream that was tampered with and licked and then throw a small fine at her and let her do like 24 hours of community service.In 2019 we can't believe we have to caution some people against acting rashly towards a mildly harmful prank. Again, if she has Super Space AIDs Cancer Death Plague, then different story, but...we all doubt she has that exact disease and if she does, then why isn't she in quarantine, hmm?We've got to stop with all this outrage shit and calm down for five minutes before we start levying prison time at people for stupid shit. Some of our best friends in high school mooned us as a joke, now that kind of shit will land you on a list that you really don't want to be on for the rest of your life. C'mon America, let's be cooler than this outrage and harsh punishment for pranks.