The nosebleeds at the TD Garden are a ratchet breeding ground. I’d much rather watch the game at home because it’s cramped as shit up there, the players look like ants, and you’re better off watching the game at home then spending the un-Godly amount of money they charge to make you sit there. Never has this been more evident than this past weekend after some Mentholasaurus lost her cotton picking mind after scraping her coat against another guy’s nacho cheese.
Queen of the Massholes pic.twitter.com/fOBGweu9Vx
— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) November 25, 2019
With a mouth like that she’s gotta be from Brockton.
Her boyfriend sure is a lucky guy. Imagine coming home to this every night?
This poor guy was sitting there when this cunt walks buy with her ghettofabulous puffy coat and brushes up against his nachos. Shit happens. But God forbid she get a little nacho cheese on her jacket, then all hell breaks loose.
To make it worse she did this with little kids everywhere, AND he apologized and cleaned off her jacket. Da fuq else do you want? You’re at a Bruins game. Act like you’ve been there before. But this wasn’t enough for her because he didn’t “stand like a man” and say it loud enough to meet Hellen OC Seller’s high standards. Bitch, don’t act like you didn’t get that coat at Marshall’s.
Someone out there HAS to know who this is. Please, if you do, message us on Facebook or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to have her on the live show sometime.
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