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  1. GeeGolly

    Josh & Anna Smuggar: A Series of Unfortunate Events

    Sounds more like Josh got swindled out of $1000. It's cousin Eddie who's the crook. Josh is the idiot.
  2. Little girls should not wear dropped waist dresses (unless they have a gig at a shanty in the bayou). Just look at the difference👇.
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    Josiah and Lauren: He Has To Marry Somebody

    I don't know. I wore the same size in maternity clothes as I did in regular clothes. The only difference is they're made with more room in the chest and abdomen areas. I just didn't wear maternity clothes until I needed to. Most women can get by with street clothes for the first trimester and many everyday leggings and dresses can be worn into the second trimester as well. I'm betting Lauren's belly is smaller than the average Thanksgiving bloat.
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    Jill & Derick Dullard: Counting On (Donations)

    And to think there couldn't possibly be more variations of fake cheese and Cream of Glop, yet Jill does it again. There has to be some kind of award for Jill's dinner recipes.
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    Josiah and Lauren: He Has To Marry Somebody

    Yup. Her clothes probably 'don't fit'. She probably can't be near anything with a scent. She probably needs Si to escort her out of bed. Her back probably hurts and her feet are probably swollen. 🤨
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    Jill & Derick Dullard: Counting On (Donations)

    Jill must be one of those people who look in the mirror, but don't really look in the mirror. And obviously she was not given the morning example of my mom ironing. My mom ironed hers and my father's clothing every morning and mine and my siblings too if needed. I really don't think Jill (or her sisters) show any signs of PTSD, depression or any other mental health issue. They just show signs of being Duggars.
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    Jill & Derick Dullard: Counting On (Donations)

    I'm thinking they bought the house. Unless the builders are Fundy I don't think they'd be okay with them writing (and posting pics) scripture all over the studs.
  8. I was too defrauded by the eye traps. That carpet is filthy.
  9. Actually, if I'm remembering correctly there's been studies about mom/baby bonding and relationships and cuteness is actually a significant factor. Fortunately most moms have the equivalent of beer goggles with their own children.
  10. I think the Duggar women talked about typical morning sickness and some food aversions. Even the mild symptoms they talked about seemed to be imagined or invented or at the very least exaggerated. If that had hyperemesis I'm sure we would know because they would have been wearing the badge with sacrificial honor.
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    Jill & Derick Dullard: Counting On (Donations)

    Banks don't give mortgages based on future income and they must have had a down payment. Maybe they're using the last of the TLC money. I don't believe for a minute they weren't paid by TLC. I also believe they asked for the medical bills to be paid was because they're entitled, not because they actually needed it. I can hear Cathy and Dan reinforcing thoughts of deserving the money because the birth(s) brought in ratings. Every married Duggar (with the exception of Josh) has started newlywed life pretty good. Something happened in between Jill's marriage and Jessa's marriage with TLC contracts. All of a sudden honeymoons became shows. I'm guessing the Dillards realized they were not getting the perks (& maybe less pay) than their siblings. Curious to see how Jill "decorates" this home.
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    The Duggalos: Jinger and the Holy Goalie

    From little implicit statements here and there on the show I got the impression Jinger is one of the few truly spiritual Duggar kids. I feel she was at least one layer deeper than the concrete heaven/hell, good/bad blather, unlike Jill who I believe tries to walk the walk and talk the talk but doesn't have much more than a shallow understanding. I'm guessing now that Jinger is with Jeremy she may have even more of an understanding of her beliefs. Not saying this is necessarily a good thing, because, well you know, their beliefs are all kinds of warped. Long story short (although I didn't hear it) I think Jing believes the argle-bargle she was spewing.
  13. Oh my. Hide your husbands. (Or become a divorce lawyer STAT)
  14. Was the blind twisted man a friend of the transgender customer at the bad Olive Garden?
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