In a lot of places this video would be shocking. Not Winchendon though. Just another Tuesday in Winchentucky.
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The town of Winchendon is an amazing land of splendor and enchantment:
It’s also the unofficial staging ground for 16 and pregnant tryouts.
Speaking of 16 year olds in Winchentucky, someone recently sent us a video from inside Murdock High School (the town’s public school), which shows a 16 year old girl exchanging fisticuffs with a rival student’s mother right in the school during what appears to be a basketball game. It’s basically as ratchet as you can possibly get (good stuff starts happening around the 50 second mark):
Just another day in Winchendon. Let’s check out the play by play….
The first 50 seconds are boring. High school girls talking about REALLY important things that will DEFINITELY matter ten years from now. Definitely.
The student tells super Mom to “deadass don’t talk to me.” Because when you use the word “deadass” at the beginning of a sentence, this is hoodrat for “I’m being quite serious.”
Roseanne doesn’t like that, and she was already pissed off from a long day of shoveling out the trailer. So she gets up in her grill (a 16 year old student nonetheless) and says, “you know what you fucking little bitch”?
As you can see, the student was not impressed.
After this All-Star mother tries and fails to clear the hallway in a public high school, big daddy makes an appearance and we had a good ol’ fashioned Winchendon stare-down.
The student then appears to start speaking to ratchet mom’s daughter, who is offscreen, and lets her know that she has zero issues with throwing down to defend her honor.
That’s when things got personal.
The 16 year old then accuses the EBT MVP of “talking hella shit” and saying her family doesn’t love her. A normal mother would just kind of walk away at this point. But Winchentucky mom is not your average mom. She decided to double down and tell this 16 year old child that her parents do not love her.
Boom! Right in the kisser!!
Once again, a normal mother would just walk away from this situation. But then again a normal mom would never call a 16 year old a bitch and tell her that her parents don’t love her. Wilma Flintstone began with her signature move which continued on throughout the fight – the hair pull.
Unfortunately for her it was only so effective, as the blows continued to reign down upon her.
Big daddy finally had the sense to jump in the middle of it, but it didn’t stop this aspiring Rhonda Rousey from pulling this girl’s hair.
Soon afterwards it turned into what appeared to be some good ol’ fashioned Winchentucky love making.
But yet ratchet mom just would not let got of the hair.
Then out of nowhere the daughter appears in her Murdock basketball uniform, and just starts throwing haymakers, no questions asked.
It’s gonna be a Merry Christmas at the trailer park this year!!
Didn’t end well for her.
So from what we are told the girl who fought ratchet mom got suspended for 5 days, but there is no punishment for the daughter or ratchet mom herself. Once again, we have no way to confirm this officially with the school since schools don’t comment on matters involving student discipline. But if it’s true it’s complete bullshit. How is the daughter not gonna be suspended when she clearly assaulted another student? Doesn’t matter if that student is whooping your Mom’s ass. If you hit another kid like that on school property your ass better be suspended.
It’s kind of surprising because we’ve actually written about the Murdock High School principal before. He’s one of our favorites. In February of 2015 Joshua Romano made a name for himself when he had this to say about a bunch of students who were bullying other students online:
“To the pathetic cowards who chose to start and participate in this, you are warned I am coming for you and I am furious. Winchendon PD is also involved. If you have posted on that site, you better take it off (but note I have screen captures and I will get you.)”
Never heard Belding say that. It was so refreshing because principals are supposed to be PC and give kids second chances and blah, blah, blah. Not this guy. You will rue the day you cross Principal Joshua Romano.
In the original email to students, Mr. Romano, an Iraq War veteran, said he would make punishing those responsible his mission in life, “until I feel those that are responsible for this and anyone who may ever think of doing something like this have been made to know how much I hate sniveling, cowardly behavior like this. I have more respect for insurgents I fought in Iraq than I do for people behind this Twitter account. At least Iraqis had the courage to face their targets and not hide behind a Twitter account.”
More respect for Iraqi insurgents than he does for Twitter eggs. Amazing.
He also spoke about how he’d like to suspend more kids, but his hands are tied by state laws:
“New laws in effect this year discourage suspensions, but some form of in-school or out-of-school suspension would likely be involved,” he said. “If a student engaged in this behavior before to the same victims, criminal harassment charges could be filed at the discretion of the parents and victims.”
“The worst thing school leaders can do is not take steps to stop bullying and harassment in any forum,” he said.
So…..why isn’t he suspending the girl who brought her ratchet mom down to the school to harass and bully another student? Has he gone soft in the last two years? Doesn’t make any sense.
I don’t think mom should be arrested. After all, the student was the one who escalated the whole thing and made it physical. But she absolutely should be publicly shamed into oblivion. Because I can’t think of anything more white trash then not only getting involved in your 16 year old daughter’s pointless drama, but then kicking it up a notch by telling another 16 year old that her parents don’t love her.
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