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I've got a very weak signal book report help The character that utters that line is playing a CoD clone (that's Call of Duty, it's a military shooter). He's threatening another player with rape (explained below). This type of language from other players is very common in the "u mad bro" gaming culture. Grown men and teenagers and even kids threatening to rape one another (meaning to kill or beat with a high score). It's disgusting, yes. It's not okay for a person to threaten to rape another person, but in the real world this is what some gamers do.