Buzz·Posted on May 27, 2016This Guy Got Burnt To A Crisp By A Spelling Bee Account On TwitterYA BURNT, SON.by Lauren StrapagielBuzzFeed News Reporter, CanadaFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink The Scripps Spelling Bee is a *high pressure* situation for contestants, which is why there's a "crying couch" backstage to give those eliminated a chance to compose themselves. Alex Wong / Getty Images A fellow who goes by Kyle Chapman, however, thinks kids should just "suck it up" and Scripps should "quit teaching kids it's okay to loose." Loose. Twitter / Via Twitter: @themotherfanboy And Scripps' reply? The purest, most ferocious, most mercilessly simple response possible: Twitter / Via Twitter: @themotherfanboy Damn, Scripps. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC / Via m.popkey.co Kyle Chapman's account has since been deleted and he has presumably reported to a local burn ward. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC Let this be a lesson to everyone. If you're going to troll a spelling bee, you'd best make sure your spelling is flawless. Ben @breakingcreech @ScrippsBee @themotherfanboy hello 911 yes I'd like to report a FUCKING MURDER 02:15 PM - 27 May 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite Ashley Holcomb @ashleyxholcomb you come at spelling bee Twitter you better not miss 02:27 AM - 27 May 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite Wendy Garcia @IntoRainbowz @ScrippsBee @kchapman_88 #spellingbee #burn 01:52 AM - 27 May 2016 Reply Retweet Favorite But was Scripps done there? No, it was fuckin' not. Twitter / Via Twitter: @ScrippsBee Hope they both have a couch to cry on.