When detailing his dramatic night car ride with his girlfriend on his social media platform, the reality star says that ‘small little kiss’ turned into him hitting his house.
AceShowbiz –Noah Erb has shared a story of his unforgettable wild date night with Abigail Heringer. Taking to his social media account, the “Bachelor in Paradise” star revealed that he crashed his car while kissing his girlfriend.
“Just took Abigail out to a nice dinner. We were enjoying ourselves, incredible experience, food was great,” the 26-year-old reality star explained in an Instagram Story he shared on Thursday, October 14. He further detailed, “We hop in the car. We start listening to Annie of all things, ‘The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow’.”
Noah went on telling his followers, “It starts raining. The mood is getting right. We get to my house. I stop the car.” He added, “I look at Abigail and think, ‘Dang, she looks really pretty’ so I start kissing her.”
However, things suddenly took an unexpected turn. “Turns out I never put the car in park and I rolled right through my grass and hit my house,” Noah recalled. “Genuinely, small little kiss turned into me hitting my house.”
Noah went on to admit that he has “never done that before.” He added that he “wouldn’t even think to do that,” before calling the crash “absurd.” He then concluded, “But here I am, letting all things go to shambles for a little bit of love.”
The incident happened just a week after Noah and Abigail confirmed that they’re back together following their onscreen separation. “You never know what you got until it’s gone, then you never let it go,” Noah wrote on October 6 alongside a video that saw the two enjoying their trip with Ellie Goulding‘s “How Long Will I Love You” playing in the background.
“I love you @abigail_heringer, here is to laughing through life until we are old,” Noah expressed his love to Abigail. He then concluded his sweet post as saying, “World, meet my new GF, turns out we do know how to talk to each other and I think I’ll keep her.”
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