Talk About Holding on to Your Butts
Going off-road where the twists and turns are made of dirt and bumps are to not only expected but encouraged can really be quite an adventure. Granted, I've only gone off-road by mistake, but I know those who do it on purpose very much enjoy getting out in the open, seeing some nature, and most of all, getting a little dirty. It really does look like Ariel Winter really did have an ass-slappin' good time off-roading.
I know there's that phrase "hold on to your butts," but I don't know if it's supposed to be taken literary. Then again, I can't be sure that the handprint on Ariel Winter's ass is hers. It could totally belong to someone else. I don't think any of us will ever actually know the answer to that questions. Though one thing we can figure out for sure is Ariel Winter must have really enjoyed being out there in a dune buggy (or whatever). Nothing like getting the blood pumping to make you smack your campaign on the ass. Or smack your own rear end for that matter.
Also, I don't know if Desert Wolf is the name of the buggy company or maybe the people who rented Ariel Winter the ride, but they should really think about having this Instagram post as their main form of advertising. I know I'm interested in going off-road because of Ariel Winter's ass.