Every family has its own expectations about things like manners, cleanliness, and acceptable language. Although expectations vary, it’s pretty universally accepted that most parents hope for their children to grow to be responsible, happy, healthy, successful, productive members of society when they grow up. Except for Ariel Tirado’s family, I guess?
Apparently Ariel hasn’t hit the “responsible or successful productive member of society” mark yet, but that’s ok – because in her family they know how to get turnt, dawg, and that’s what’s important to them. It looks like Ariel has had a really difficult, financially disadvantaged life so far, for sure.
So according to the GoFundMe she wisely created, she needs $1,500 to pop some bottles in the club, or else she will bring horrific shame upon her bloodline.
“Raised by a Bolivian family and a strict Dominican father. Constantly have to live up to my Bolivian family, who know how to get turnt everywhere they go. For my 21st i want to live up to their expectations and make them proud. What sucks is that I’m broke and can’t buy all the bottles needed to meet the expectations. Please if you have a heart and know the struggle donate!”
Yeah, I guess I don’t have a heart, because I will not donate to your $1,500 campaign to get drunk for your 21st birthday. I will donate a tip – get a job for your 21st birthday, not drunk. Or stay in school, something. Just because you claim your parents set the bar this low for you, doesn’t mean you have to. But for the record, I don’t believe you. If your version of a strict father is a guy who expects you to have $1,500 in bottle service the first night you are allowed to drink legally, you’re severely confused. Besides…..
The dog filter indicates they’ve failed already. Have some self respect, you’re from Foxboro, not Brockton.
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