OKLAHOMA CITY - After a heated debate in which two state senators nearly came to blows, the state of Oklahoma has voted to replace the educational term sex education.
State Senator Bella Irene Tannerfrip, 65, [R-Tulsa] stated that the vote came out 33-15 in favor of replacing the term sex education with the more socially acceptable term birds and bees education.
Senator Tannerfrip's twin sister Beulah Itsy Tannerfrip-Appletini, who has been a teacher at Muskogee's Sooner Elementary School for 39 years said that she is thrilled at the change.
She stated that every time she had to mention the term sex education her face got as red as a Minneapolis mater (tomato).
The new bill will be signed by the governor at noon on April 29, and will go into effect at 12:01 a.m. on May 8, which the governor has proclaimed as Birds and Bees Education Day.
SIDENOTE: The two senators that got into a scuffle over the bill were identified as Arnold Gonzocluck, 37, [R-Oklahoma City] and Florence Crayon, 71, [R-Beaver].