Last month in Springfield a woman was stabbed while taking her baby for a walk, and to top it off the assailant kicked over the baby carriage too.
Everyone was wondering the same thing?
We apologize for never getting around to this story, but it was horrifying and we were just reminded about it by a turtle rider. I for one, could not live with it on my conscience not to feature a woman like Nyarilyn Cotto, who could do something like this, on the blog.
Odds are this was over a guy, and quite frankly a woman stabbing another woman in Springfield over a baby daddy is just another typical Tuesday afternoon in Springfield. But the fact that she kicked over the baby stroller with a fresh crotch fruit inside of it is new level ratchet. But one fact that wasn’t pointed out was that the assailant was also pregnant while doing so.
I suppose it’s for the best that she gets all of her stabbing out of the way before the child is born. It’s going to be a lot harder to do that while feeding the newborn baby Dorito’s.
There’s not really much that needs to be said here. Stabbing people is bad, kicking over baby carriages with babies inside of it is worse, and being pregnant while doing so is pretty much the worst thing I’ve ever heard. There’s just no way we could continue on without making this woman a permanent fixture on the TB Daily News.
Don’t worry though, she’s only 18, so her criminal record from her teen years won’t factor into her sentencing, and she’ll probably be out before she can fire that fornication trophy out of her baby cannon.
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