While the guy is scoping out his girls caboose he is ignoring that she is choosing to use a new grip that I have not seen employed before. I have used and seen people use the one handed grip, the two handed "combat" or "isometric" grip with or without thumbs extended and even the tea cup grip. This is a new one to me...I guess I will call it "the samuri grip" since she is gripping the pistol as if it was a samuri's katana sword. To be honest, my hands are too large to even contemplate using a grip like this but it must be difficult to use. Both hands stacked like that are natually going to play against each other, but unlike a isometric hold where one works against the other to get a static hold of the pistol (one pushing and one pulling), I imaging this would have the gun gyrating all over like a baseball bat being held and then tapped repeatedly each time the gun was fired. Her accuracy at what must be about 3 yards is pretty poor.
So dude, teach her to shoot right...less staring at that behind and more trigger time!!