This “ride or die” phrase, coined among teenagers and young adults, is a phrase that refers to two or more friends who do everything together, no matter what. They’re always “down” to go out, drink, etc. Really, it’s a phrase to signify best friends and we know it’s meant in good terms. But we want to make it clear not to let this get literal.
A person should know their boundaries and when to step away from a bad situation. Moreover, they should be able to pull their friend from getting to close to trouble too. And if you are just unable to do so or are too late, it’s best to let go of the “ride or die” part. Having one person in jail is bad enough but two companions? That’s just heartbreaking.
You’re not abandoning your friend or your lover. Instead, you would be able to call us, Adams Bail Bonds, faster and get a bail bond for your friend. This bail bond is meant to get them out of jail. And if under more unfortunate circumstances, we can get a bail bond for you as well.
But, do yourself a favor and keep an eye on your friend. We know they’re keeping an eye on you two. You two will always be the best of friends, no matter what. Keep yourselves away from serious trouble, but be there to support them and help them through if you fall in.