Weeeell, Friends, our journey has come to an end. I wish I could say the finale brought closure to our girls’ stories, but it’s pretty much same ole’ same ole’ with some added drama(tic music) mixed in. Oh, well. It’s still pretty delicious fun, so let’s dive in one last time before the reunion when all will do is be depressed at how far Dr. Drew has fallen…
Remember when you used to be legitimate?
We start off in West Virginia (yay!), and Leah VOs that they still have no answers about Ali, but they’ve made an appointment with a geneticist. However, it’s the day before the WEEEEDDING and she and her bridesmaids are headed to the salon for mani-pedis. And guess what they have in West Virginia?
Southeast Asian nail parlors!!!
Leah and the nail lady adorably talk about the wedding and how the twins are going to be flowergirls PULLED DOWN THE AISLE IN A WAGON. It’s in caps because it’s so fucking cute I don’t think I can take it. The other bridesmaids tell her that she and Corey’s hands are going to be so sweaty when they join at the end of the aisle, and the girls are all atwitter that the day’s finally here. If none of you have experienced this conversation, you probably haven’t been in a wedding. I’ve been in four and trust me, there’s always a salon, and unless it’s a greencard marriage or something that should just be straight not going down, this conversation happens. You’ll love it.
In South Dakota (LAME), Chelsea and Aubree are sick with a cold, and she VOs that she hasn’t heard from Adam since she told him he couldn’t take the baby a few days ago. And even though Aubree’s first birthday’s this week, Adam hasn’t asked to see her. Calm before the little ratfaced storm, I’m guessing. Chelsea hangs out at her mom’s for awhile, then heads home to get more diapers for Aubree and to wait for Randy to bring her sushi. Jiminy Christmas, must be nice. I want to be a sick single mom and get sushi delivered to me for free while someone else watches my sick baby. It’s weird that only a century ago, Chelsea and Aubree would have feared for their survival. How far we’ve come, as a society…
How very far…
Randy shows up and they discuss the party and what a year of changes it’s been. Randy encourages his daughter to stay broken up with Adam and if she does, her life will be drama-free. But not free of laziness and stupidity, alas… He also mentions that he’s going to have Adam’s car towed the next day and have his things cleared out of the garage. Chelsea asks if he’s going to text the kid and be nice about it, and Randy agrees to do just that. “I’m always nice,” he says. Yes, Randy, you are. It’s your greatest asset and your greatest flaw. Have you asked yourself why you’re the one taking care of Adam’s shit? Because there are only two answers to that: 1. Chelsea doesn’t have the guts to do it or 2. Chelsea does not know how to have a car towed or take out trash. I know neither of these answers are uplifting, but I think it’s worth it for you to ponder them and then ponder how utterly bereft your daughter would be if you didn’t take care of her in every way.
At least she’d be able to do her hair.
In Pennsylvania, Kaliyn picks up Isaac from Jo’s house and they briefly and civilly (!) discuss the custody court date Kailyn set up. Nothing will change from their permanent arrangement, and Kailyn leaves the house feeling badly. She talks to Suzi the next day and explains that when she and Jo can be cool with each other, it makes her not want to get the court’s involved. Luckily Suzi’s there to remind Kailyn how shitty people can be (not in a bad way – Suzi’s good for that kind of thing), and how the custody arrangement isn’t meant to take anything away from Jo except his ability to run off with Isaac whenever he feels like it.
This woman deserves a medal for how fucking cool she’s become.
In North Carolina, Kieffer’s back staying at Mike’s beach house (illegally – I knew it!!!), and even though he and Jenelle aren’t getting along at the moment, he’s still preferable to Barbara and Jace, so she heads over there. Kieffer promises her that they won’t get into trouble and literally the next shot is a slo-mo of a police car pulling up to the driveway. Then Jenelle’s mug shot! Then Kieffer’s mug shot! It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for, Folks, and it’s actually better than I thought it would be. All I really knew is that the Dynamically Stupid Duo got busted for squatting in a house smoking pot. Somewhere I heard the house was abandoned, but I guess that was wrong. And it’s so much better than that!
Kieffer enticed Jenelle over to the house to smoke pot and be naughty, but then skipped out for five hours to do coke, like, down the street! Then the cops rolled up, started banging on the door, and Jenelle was by herself! With marijuana! And drug paraphernalia! I don’t know if Kieffer hopped out a back window or something when he saw the lights or he was just gone already, but he was arrested down the street after leaving Jenelle alone in the house.
Jenelle of course has to call Barbara the next morning, and Barbara is SERIOUSLY nonplussed at her daughter’s story. Jenelle tells her she’s in jail and Barbara’s answer to that is literally, “Well, what are you doing there?” Jenelle explains everything, and Barbara is her usual judgemental self (which she has total right to be), and gets off the phone after telling Jenelle (who’s bailed herself out in a shockingly self-sufficient turn of events) that her daughter can come home, but if said daughter sees Kieffer, daughter will be kicked out and will not be allowed to come back. I wish I could believe her. I wish after all this went down I could believe that Jenelle wouldn’t see Kieffer again. I kind of wish I didn’t already know how this storyline was going to play out, but…
I also wish I had a million dollars…
Amber picks Jenelle up from jail because she has shitty taste in friends, and Jenelle’s totally relieved to be out of jail where there weren’t teenagers like her, but (gasp!) older women! Well, if you want to know where they got their start… This is when the whole story comes out about how Kieffer went to go park Jenelle’s car at his friend Joe’s house at 10pm, then Jenelle fell asleep and at 2am, the cops show up. They all go to Jo’s house together to pick up Kieffer, who’s put in the backseat and is very, very apologetic (also totally coked out). Jenelle should want to murder this kid, but while she’s pissed, she’s not that pissed. I think Amber’s more upset than she is. When Amber asks Jenelle if the whole experience was a “wake-up call,” Jenelle states that it was certainly a wake-up call to dating Kieffer. Really Jenelle? Not to how every time you make a decision you wouldn’t want your mother to know about it blows up in YOUR FUCKING FACE? Like Jersey? Like dating Kieffer? Like smoking pot? Like dating Andrew?
Amber drops Jenelle off at Barbara’s, and the prodigal daughter waits for the hammer to come down.
In South Dakota, Chelsea shops for pink leopard print decorations for Aubree’s party, and I fear for her daughter’s taste. She and Erica talk about Adam and how Chelsea doesn’t want him at the party. Also how his car is going to get towed today and that he’ll have to pay to get it back. They also discuss that he’s going to be pissed about it. Okay, if I had just said “In South Dakota, Adam’s car gets towed,” you’d have intuited the entire above paragraph wouldn’t you have? The funny thing is, these are things Chelsea needs to discuss. I hope for all of your sakes you just read these recaps and don’t watch. I think I’m getting dumber with every passing minute.
Chelsea: Whaaaat do you think? Pink leopard print angels or pink leopard print kittens? Erica: Do they have pink leopards? Chelsea: That’s stupid.
I don’t know about y’all, but I grew out of Lisa Frank when I was in elementary school. Okay, junior high, but STILL.
In Pennsylvania, Kailyn stops Isaac from eating dog food and calls the court to check on her custody paperwork. I wasn’t trying to be funny just there – those two things just happened right next to each other. She and Jo are to head to mediation on the 19th of whatever month they’re in in this universe (October/November?), and she texts Jo to confirm. We head on over to the Rivera house to see Jo receive the text and talk to Janet about it.
Janet asks Jo how he feels about the court situation, and he cools that there’s really nothing to feel. Nothing is changing – he and Kailyn are just getting things down on paper. Did someone slip Jo a Xanax or something? He’s still a douche, but I much prefer douche to A-hole. Then Janet has to go ruin everything by trying to get Jo to take the situation seriously. Jo claims that he is taking things seriously, and then Janet asks if he’s being civil with Kail. Jo claims that he is for the moment, and Janet emphasizes the fact that their civility needs to last for more than just the moment. He and Kailyn will be in each other’s lives for…ever, effectively. Jo nods, and it’s clear to me that he heard every word, but didn’t listen to a single one. I hate teenagers who have “I know,” on the tip of their tongue at every opportunity.
Which means I hate all teenagers including myself and my mother is getting a giant kick out of this whole thing.
In West Virginia, it’s rehearsal time!! Corey and Leah rehearse at their church even though their getting married at – wait for it – Coonskin Park! I LOVE IT!!! We finally get to meet Leah’s stepdad, but not her dad. Aw… Jerk. The rehearsal ends and I guess they either skipped the rehearsal dinner to pay for Leah’s dress, just had one and didn’t want it on film. Leah and Corey kiss each other goodbye outside the church and head off to separate homes for the night.
I have to imagine the night before your wedding is like the scariest Christmas Eve known to man.
In South Dakota, it’s time for Aubree’s first birthday, and Chelsea runs into Aubree’s room to wish her a happy birthday. This is the only part of Chelsea I like. She is absolutely in love with her daughter, and while Aubree’s probably gonna be spoiled and not have the foggiest idea what the fuck to do with a man except get handouts or verbal abuse, she’s still a lot better off than most kids.
Chelsea’s mom and Angie, Chelsea’s heretofore unseen older sister have come to help decorate. And holy shit what is going on?????
MARY HAS A NOSERING, TOO! W! T! F?!
A) What is with women Mary and Suzi’s age getting noserings?
B) What is with MARY getting a nosering? Suzi I could see, but on Mary it’s fucking weeeeeird.
Whew, okay, that’s done. The three ladies get the horrible decorations out, and Angie asks about Adam. Chelsea snaps that he’s not coming because she doesn’t want him to and they’re broken up. Angie deliciately makes the point that Chelsea and Adam break up a fucking ton, and it hurts the family that supports Chelsea when the idiot gets back with him any way. Chelsea wants to listen to this shit about as much as she wants to listen to Randy tell her to get a job, but she does admit that she’s screwy in the head for getting back with Adam over and over again. I’m sickly proud of her in this moment. This is the first time she’s taken any sort of responsibility for her actions. Hopefully it’s the first step of a very long, but productive journey.
Fist pump, Angie. Fist pump.
In North Carolina, Jenelle has had just a long day of getting out of jail, going to class and picking up her car. Uh, what? Jenelle, if there is any reason to miss class, it’s because you spent the night in jail. If I were a professor, I’d grant you clemency for that WAY before I’d give it to you for hauling your deadbeat boyfriend’s ass to Jersey. This is a perfect example of how fucked up Jenelle’s priorities are.
Anywho, on the way home, guess who calls? Keiffer! And guess what he asks? Is Jenelle going to get him out or just let him sit there?! What. A. Fucking. Dick. He drops an “I love you…” her way and asks her if she’s reeeeally going to leave them there?? I really can’t say any more than that. Jenelle monotones about how angry she is with him, reads him the riot act and hangs up, which is cool. But I feel like if this story were going to work out the way I want it, too, she wouldn’t have picked up the phone in the first place. And she wouldn’t have told him she would “think about it.”
She gets home and it’s time to talk to Barbara. Ugh, I don’t envy her this moment. Not at all. But I guess Barbara’s seen it all at this point. All she does is snidely tell Mike that Jenelle was in jail when the girl walks in, and tell Jenelle what a screw-up she is. Jenelle protests that she knows the gravity of her situation – after all, she cried the entire time she was there and she’s been up since two in the morning, so do they have to do this now? She did NOT fucking cry the entire time she was there. If she had, she’d have come home with a black eye, because if there is anything older women criminals hate, it’s younger women criminals gettin’ all weepy in lockup. Makes it hard to sleep.
Barbara does hold off once it becomes clear that Jenelle’s now firmly aware that Kieffer’s a total fucking shitshow and her daughter does appear to have received a wake-up call. She kindly says that perhaps the trip to jail was a wake-up call, and Jenelle sleepily agrees. Of course, basically this means that even though Jenelle VOs that she owes it to Jace to get her life together, now she has virtually no outlet when it comes to living with her mother. I give her two days before she does something else totally destructive.
In Pennsylvania, Kailyn has finally found some time to see Jordan. They head out to Mexican and I remember why I liked Jordan – he jokes about knowing Spanish, and when Kailyn tells him he doesn’t know the first thing about Spanish, he breaks out, “Hola. Mi llamo es. Bam!” Kid’s hilarious. He also looks like my friend Bill, who is awesome, so I’m probably biased.
Also, I’m betting he knows more Spanish than Jo does, so another point in his favor. He can teach Isaac about his heritage!
He and Kailyn talk about finals (is he in school, too?), and she tells him that they’ll have homework dates so he can help her study. Jordan raises his eyebrows a little at this, but I’m pretty sure this kid’s got it bad for the girl with the long blond hair, and will do just about anything aside from cleaning Jo’s garage in order to spend time with her. They talk briefly about the custody agreement, and Kailyn vents about how worried she is about Jo’s temper. They don’t go into much detail, but I’m glad the Jolly Blond Giant is aware of his girl’s ex’s serious shortcomings. I DARE Jo to go all street on Jordan. Jordan would probably whip out a Thor hammer, knock Jo into a wall and scream, “Soy el ganador!“ That’s how it goes down in my head, at least…
Aaah, onto West Virginia. The girls are with Jamie and Joetta, and Leah’s at her mom’s the night before the wedding. Corey calls and they joke about whether or not Corey’s going to be able to go a night and a morning without seeing Leah. They’re both really nervous – Leah feels like she’s gonna puke, Corey almost cried at the rehearsal, and they love each other. Leah and Victoria are in bed as this conversation is happening, and Victoria’s giggling the entire way. This whole thing is really cute, but all I can think is that these girls are giving the Shore Whores a run for their money when it comes to tanning…
Orange. Fucking orange.
Leah hangs up and there’s some more, “I can’t believe I’m getting maaaarried” talk before she and Victoria spoon up, say their ADORABLE I love yous and head to bed. And yes, I said spooned, and yes it’s because that’s how Corey cuddles Leah at night.
In South Dakota, and it’s the day of Aubree’s birthday party!! Huzzaah! Of course, the first words out of Chelsea’s VO after that are, “I’m surprised I still haven’t heard from Adam since his car was towed yesterday.” Ugh, friends arrive, and it’s time for Chelsea to head upstairs with them since her family is bugging her. Speaking of which, these are Chelsea’s sisters:
I feel like they might be halfs? I firmly believe that Chelsea dresses the way she dresses because Randy spoiled her so much, so maybe these girls didn’t really grow up with him…
Then Adam texts Cheslea’s mom! Weird… She obviously doesn’t have his number because she tells Chelsea she thinks she got a text from him, but she’s not sure. It just says, “Do you know if they’re having Bree’s party today?” Mary texts back that yes, they are, then Adam texts asking if he can have Aubree tomorrow. Too little too late is basically what Chelsea says to that. Good for her, I suppose. I wish I could believe that if Adam showed up right this minute with an armful of presents she wouldn’t let him in, but she totally would and they’d probably be back together in a week because he’d have REAALLLY CHAANGED!!
Thankfully, it’s time to get on with the party. Aubree does me proud when it’s time to open presents. She shows little to no interest in the hideous leopard print bullshit Chelsea tries to give her, and just plays with her age-appropriate toys and eats wrapping paper. You know, like a one-year-old. I’m positive Chelsea’s shocked that Aubree has no interest in this:
Then it’s time for cake, and when Chelsea asks Aubree what her wish is, the entire party (like the ENTIRE PARTY) shouts out, “For you to stay away from Daddy!” Ha! The wish, she is made, the candle, she is blown, the baby, she is put down, and the party, she is over. Chelsea VOs that it’s hard to miss Adam when there’s no drama and it’s a great day. No shit, Sherlock.
Hmm, it’s time to head back to North Carolina. Oh, and it looks like it’s time for Jenelle’s biweekly attempt at not being a shit. She VOs that she’s trying to be a better mom to Jace, and calls Discover card to see what’s to be done about the charges. They tell her if she can’t pay the full balance, she’ll need to make a good faith payment of half ($300-ish) and then they’ll put her on a payment plan. She reports back to Barbara that she’ll be taking care of the credit card and in general do better at life. Barbara nods and tells Jenelle that even though she sounds like a “bitch of a mother,” she’s just trying to get Jenelle to do right and to stop lying. She gets weepy when she talks about what a big issue lying to her is with Jenelle (sorry for all the pronouns, Folks – sometimes I just have to trust that you get who I’m talking about). She weeps that she doesn’t think Jenelle loves her at all and that the crap her daughter pulls really, really stresses her out. Jenelle gives her a hug and both women express their hopes that things will work out. You’re stressed, Barbara? YOU’RE stressed? I’m the one who has to watch you two make the most predictable fucking mistakes in the world and literally bang on my flatscreen in the hopes that you’ll hear me solve your problems from the future. And THEN you go an hug it out like that means anything.
I hate it when they give me even the slightest amount of hope.
OMGOMGWEDDINGWEDDINGWEDDINGDAY!!! Okay, so it’s the day of the wedding in West Virginia(!!!!). Dawn’s house is all abustle as Leah, Victoria, a nameless brunette in the background, and the babies get ready. The girls head out to Corey’s mom’s salon to git their hair did, and Corey and his friend Tyler head to the park. Corey and Tony talk some more about nerves and the girls in the wedding and then Tyler says the funniest thing I’ve heard all week and it’s entirely because of the context: “Not a lot of people get to have their kids in their wedding.”
No they don’t, Tyler. No they don’t.
The girls get to Donna’s shop (which is called Head Hunter’s Styling and that is fucking SCARY). Leah’s bridesmaids look beeeautiful, but nobody outshines the bride. Everyone tells her she looks like a Barbie and she does, in the best possible way. But no pictures, Guys. Not till she comes down the aisle! I’m the Leah and you’re all the Corey in this situation.
In less bubbly waters, Kailyn and Jo meet at the courthouse to hammer out their custody agreement. And things are fine until Jo’s dick gets in his way and he has to control the situation somehow. He decides to bring up the idea that when Isaac starts school, the kid should stay with Jo Sunday night, and return to Kailyn after school on Monday. Kailyn, instead of just nodding and telling him they’ll cross that bridge when they come to it, gets all, “WTF WTF what’s your problem?” and the meeting explodes. Luckily, the current papers get signed and it looks like the couple’s on their way to a cold peace, but not without name-calling and fighting as they leave the courthouse and walk to their cars. They call each other a bitch and an asshole in front of Isaac, Jo makes fun of how little money Kailyn has, and so on. Ugh, I don’t even want to dip my toes in this pool of hate.
It’s not entertaining reality drama anymore. It’s just sad and hurtful.
Back in North Carolina, Jenelle’s still wearing the same sweatshirt she wore when she got out of jail, so I’m assuming one or two days have passed, but I’m not sure. I gave her two days for that new leaf to turn over, die and fall off all brown and crispy, so I have a vested interest in the amount of time elapsed. Anyway, she VOs as to be expected, that even though she’s still mad at him, she’s starting to miss her assface of a boyfriend that got her arrested because he’d rather do coke down the street than protect her. A.K.A. Kieffer. He’s not even polite when he asks, “So, you gonna get me outta here or no?” And then it works! He drops another “I love you…” and “I’m sorry…” and it works! She hangs up on him, but the very next VO she wonders if she’s being too hard on him. She and Mike have a useless conversation in which he advises her to drop everything and hang out with her kid, but even though she nods, she VOs that she misses her best friend.
JESUS Jenelle! How in God’s name do you share qualities with Chelsea? You two couldn’t be more different, but here you are, with your own Adam, TOTALLY and COMPLETELY unable to see what an utter shithead this guy is and how much he uses you.
He’s not your best friend.
Speak of the devil, it’s back to South Dakota we go, and Adam finally decides to get his shit. Conveniently he waits until Chelsea’s family is gone, but her friends and cameras are still there. Also, the only male in the house is Riley, who, if you saw him walk to the door and just let Adam in out of uncertainty, you’d know that he poses no threat. Adam obviously knows his car’s been towed, but what he doesn’t know is that Randy had the kid’s stuff cleared out of the garage. After literally throwing Aubree’s strollers out of the way, he discovers that his motor is gone. I don’t know why you have an extra motor lying around, but yeah, it’s gone, Douchebag. Just like the one in your truck. I hope it’s lying in a ditch somewhere rusting.
Anyway, because no one sees fit to lock the doors knowing that Adam’s probably in a rage, he storms in. He asks Chelsea, who doesn’t even get out of her papazan to greet him, where his stuff is, and she’s all, “Your car got towed.” Adam has the gall to ask why, and I would rail at him more for that, but Chelsea doesn’t say, “Because you left it parked at a house you didn’t pay for after I told you to move it, and after you haven’t paid a fucking dime in child support.” No, Chelsea’s answer is, “Because my dad told you it was gonna be towed.” That doesn’t even make sense. When Adam asks about his mysterious motor, Chelsea has no answer for him. When he orders her to call her dad and ask, she won’t, so he calls her a fucking bitch and leaves.
Pfft, you’re both bitches as far as I’m concerned.
Adam heads outside and bitches that his car is towed and he has no idea where it is or how to find it. Oh! I can help you with that! Call the cops, tell them you think your car has been towed, give them the license plate or your driver’s license number and they’ll get you all fixed up with what tow company took it to what impound lot. Easy as pie.
Inside, Chelsea, for as much as she hates drama, appears to be enjoying every minute of this as her friends give her all sorts of attention and she calls Randy to dish. When she tells him Adam came over, he asks if she wants him to call the cops, and she says not that time, but next Adam comes over, would he? Just so we’re all clear, Chelsea, who knows how to use a phone, would like Randy, who will have no idea when Adam comes over next until Chelsea calls him, to phone the police the next time Adam makes a nuisance of himself.
I think her brain is just broken.
She VOs that she’s glad Adam’s getting what’s coming to him, but it’s depressing that he seems to care more about his cars than he does about Aubree. Depressing, yes. Surprising, no.
Oh. Oh. And it’s time. WEDDING!!!! Okay, so since this is just a wedding and nothing goes wrong and everything is beautiful, please enjoy the following picture recap:
Truce, Kayla. Truce.
Dawn just asked if her legs looked orange. Awww! Momma’s first spray tan!!
Wouldn’t be a Simms event without Ali lookin’ pissed.
“What the fuck’s on my head?”
Uh, yeah, this is the parks and rec men’s bathroom that will serve as Corey’s dressing room.
And that’s a camo tux!
I can’t see any of them…
The most welcome guest of all! Gift!
She’s so FLUFFY!!!
The Blushing Groom…
Hey there! Ho There! Pastor Tim here – let’s get hitched!
FYI, Leah has a brother and Corey has a sister.
I feel like this is what Kailyn would look like on her wedding day if she and Jo had decided to get married.
Is that a chupa?
Of course they do!! Why even ask…?
Guys, if you’re reading, congratulations!
Sigh… back to reality… In South Dakota, apparently not all of Adam’s stuff was taken out, so he spends some time getting his tools out of the garage, and Chelsea’s friends talk about how much it sucks that Adam didn’t even ask to see Aubree. Chelsea agrees, and they talk about how much has happened over the past year. Chelsea has learned independence from Adam (kind of) and has become a very good mom (yeah). Chelsea starts to cry and VOs that she’s happy to have finally reached a point at which she doesn’t need Adam.
If what I think happens at the reunion happens, I’m gonna be so pissed.
Hey! Guess who caved! Hey! Guess who’s enlisting her friends to help her! Hey! Guess who’s not only enlisting her friends to help her, she’s forcing one of them to put his name on the bailout so if Kieffer skips town, this kid is in for $2000!
I really can’t believe it. I can’t believe Jenelle’s friend Ben takes care of the bail because he’s 21, and puts himself in the hole for $2000 when Kieffer inevitably skips town! Amber and Ben raise the Barbara question, and Jenelle’s all, “Well, we’ll just keep it on the downlow so she won’t find out and kick me out of the house.” Because that plan always works, Jenelle.
Just like this one does.
Jenelle swears that Kieffer gets two weeks to change and in those two weeks he needs a job and a place to live. Or just for Jenelle to have a fight with her mom so she’ll be extra needy and not care that he’s a total fuckup. The last we see of Jenelle is her heading to some house with Amber, Ben and Kieffer, late at night, probably going to sleep there. Because of course, if there’s one thing that wouldn’t make Barbara put her ear to the ground, it’s Jenelle staying out all night. I can’t believe this is how her season ends.
Jenelle, if you’re reading this (and I have a feeling you’re not because I know for a FACT your ass would be all over the comments page threatening to have your friends push you into my face), let me tell you a hard-learned secret. Not everyone gets a second chance. Cheaters get second chances. Liars get second chances. Committmentphobes get second chances. Why? Because when someone cheats on you, you’re not in danger. When someone lies to you (lies like, “Oh, I manage this place, I don’t just wait tables,” or, “I’m going to get my GED, just you wait.”) you’re not in danger. When someone refuses to commit to you, you’re not in danger. Therefore, if these things happen again, you’ll lose emotionally, but probably not physically or monetarily.
But when someone puts you in danger of getting arrested so they can go do drugs, then uses you to get out of jail, you are IN DANGER. If that happens again, you are FUCKED. And it will happen again, and it’ll be worse, because by giving said guy a second chance, you’ve basically said you’ll give him a third and a fourth. You might not, but that’s what he’ll think, and his behavior won’t change. That’s why when a guy hits you once, you run the hell away, because no one is perfect, and it only takes one more time for you to get really hurt or really screw up your life in some irreversible way.
Next time it could be a felony, and that’s all she wrote. RUN.
And now for the end of the Coreleah wedding album, and the conclusion of our season. I’m happy we can end on a good note.
A very good note.