There's nothing Chef wouldn't do for the boys. Spoilers for The Simpsons Already Did It. Drabble.
Note: I do not own South Park or any of its characters. Based off of and spoilers for The Simpsons Already Did It.
It's an hour after the boys left and Chef still can't believe it. He's always thought they were good boys (with the exception of Cartman, of course). Sure they make mistakes every once in a while (like attaching their classmate to a wheelchair that'll explode if he gets off it) but all boys do stuff like that; it's part of growing up. But this…this is different.
But is it their fault? Thinking back, Chef could remember teaching them just about everything. He'd taught them to be tolerant, to not have sex until college, and that college is the time and place for everything. But had he ever mentioned that one can't rape and murder their teacher? Now that he thinks about it he can't remember doing so.
'Oh, how could I possibly not think to mention this?' Chef thinks. 'They're just boys! They need to be taught right from wrong; people aren't just born with a conscience! Eric's living proof of that!'
Well, there's not help for it. He hadn't taught them not to rape and murder people and now they had gone and done just those things. Now what did he do? They would surely be sent to Juvenile Hall and he shuddered to think what would happen to them after that.
'There's nothing I wouldn't do for those boys.' Chef thinks and immediately heads down to the bank to take money out of his savings.