This is Stephenie with 3 E’s Serrano.
Her Facebook profile shows that she has a litter of crotch fruits and is from Portland, Maine, but as you can see from the pajama pants glamour photos, she’s well known in Fall River slop bucket circles.
Fast forward two months later and she’s driving around Assonet on Route 79 last night, when this happened:
Thanks to the power of Ring the stranger who lives in this house was able to see exactly why she woke up this morning and found this on her front lawn:
Me thinks she took the word Assonet a little too seriously.
Girlfriend was really working it too. Switching up positions and making sure every last ounce of butt burrito exited her oval orifice.
Again, this wasn’t a revenge dumping either. She had absolutely no idea who lived in this house. She was just driving along, felt the urge to fire out a couple cocoa canoes, and instead of finding a McDonald’s she just dropped trough and left her mark on a stranger’s lawn.
In fairness, she readily admits to be the “crazy one.”
And she just redefined what “real shit 100 emoji” really means.
Anyway, instead of leaving she actually stayed there until 3 AM when someone else came and picked her up, and she wisely left her car behind.
Which made it easy to trace the orangastank’s plates.
And finally the homeowner decided to get their revenge by giving her back her rectal rockets…..on her windshield.
This is why we need a wall around Fall River and New Bedford.
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