By Jennifer Arellano
Updated September 17, 2013 at 06:26 PM EDT

To slightly alter one of the greatest cinematic phrases of all time, Enough is enough! I have had it with these motherf—ing kids watching these motherf—ing Samuel L. Jackson movies!

Children all over the United States are engaging in dangerous behaviors, from giving their school superiors sass, to smoking, to spontaneously developing peanut allergies, and, god forbid, believing in themselves — and it’s all Samuel L. Jackson’s fault.

Or at least that’s what the latest Funny or Die skit (made with will have you believe.

In the video, we see Mr. L. Jackson (as a mother in the skit refers to him) minding his own damn business, about to enjoy a sunlit lunch. A fan, who is later revealed to be a concerned parent, berates him for influencing her daughter to spout a suggestive line from Shaft to her principal and subsequently get suspended. Jackson is bewildered, “Whoa, whoa, I was just acting in a movie,” he says to the fan/mother. His rational excuse aside, she tells him “F— you, Samuel L. Jackson,” while tossing off his hamburger bun.

Watch the actor get verbally assaulted by fans for being, well, an actor.