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Troy Vincent Invents The RHE

LaddCorrespondent IOctober 14, 2016

Former NFL cornerback Troy Vincent and his Essence Salon were sued by a woman who said she was sexually assaulted by a masseur.

“A sign in the salon, allegedly posted by the Vincents, tells clients to remove all their clothing, including undergarments, said the victim's attorney Anne McHugh. "The victim said she refused to remove her panties and covered herself with a sheet."

"After getting the victim on the table, [the masseur] allegedly told her that the panties were too tight, ripped them off and digitally penetrated her with force, McHugh said, adding that Jones then allegedly grabbed the victim’s wrist and ‘forced her hand to his penis.’”

This is unbelievable. Troy Vincent just invented the Reverse Happy Ending, or RHE, as I like to call it.  You get a job as a masseur, rub a woman down, and then she gives you the happy ending

What a concept. 

Granted, this woman was forced into the RHE—which society says is wrong, but just think of how big this invention could become in the not-too-distant future.  Don’t be surprised if a huge amount of dudes hand in their resignation letters this week to pursue careers in massage therapy.

Think this is far fetched?  Yeah, well you probably said the same thing when George W. Bush denied evolution and claimed that bird flu would “evolve” into a virus that occurs naturally in humans.

Original image via Fourth and Goal

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