A couple in South Boston was seen in the midst of stage 3 of a ratchet courtship – the domestic dispute/riding on the hood of a truck phase.
“Oh my gawwwddd, he’s a psycho.”
Lady, you chose to ride on the hood of a moving vehicle and date a man with an ankle bracelet on.
That’s not a fashion accessory. I would argue that you’re both several shades of psycho. When you date a guy with an ankle bracelet chances are you will eventually find yourself riding on the hood of his Jeep multiple times in order to maintain your relationship with him. That’s just Southie science. He may be a psycho, but he’s your psycho. Plus, she intentionally chose to get on the hood of that Jeep multiple times after he told her to get down.
But she didn’t listen, so she had to get dragged.
Then she got back onto the hood of the Jeep, wrongly assuming that this wasn’t the type of guy who would drive off with a southie skank on the hood of his Jeep.
She was wrong. It clearly wasn’t her first time riding on the hood of a Jeep.
The next video picked up at the rest stop 50 feet down the street, and Hoodrat Heidi pulled a Rosa Parks by refusing to give up her seat to a white man. Ankle bracelet had to slap her in the face twice and drag her by the hair just to get her off.
Domestic violence is never OK, and if you find your girlfriend trying to ride on the hood of your car it’s always best to call the police instead of driving around with her on it. But let’s face the facts – there’s a 99.9% chance they had raw dog makeup sex 45 minutes after this video was taken. If you’re the type of woman to date a guy with an ankle bracelet and then refuse to get off the hood of his moving vehicle, then this is a pretty typical Wednesday morning for your relationship. And you’re certainly not going to let a little domestic violence get in the way of what could be at least a 4-5 month relationship.
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