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  1. Jill posted so many photos of the car, I assumed it was his. However, she would have bragged about it, so likely it's not.
  2. Audrey and Jeremy Roloff (Little People, Big World) already wrote the marriage book about the most amazing marriage ever, and Jill is promoting it and related merchandise on her Instagram. I doubt the Dillards can top the Roloffs, but the bar is low for marriage books authored by young couples with limited experience and poor writing skills (a genre of its own). Also, it's not enough to write a book; the author has to get out and sell it. When would Derick have time to do that?
  3. While I'd be interested in any revelations from this book that Derick seems to be outlining during his breaks, I'll settle for a leaked online copy or reviews. I wouldn't give him a dime.
  4. I think Jill favors the kids who bring her the most attention: Nurie for snagging a Duggar connection, college student Tim for spending money on flowers and silly gifts, baby Janessa with the brain defect, etc. I'm sure the kids who look most like her have an advantage, but narcissist Jill loves the spotlight more than anything or maybe anybody. The system keeps the kids on their toes.
  5. Interesting photos of Tim driving away from Dogpatch in his shiny new car leaving the poor young'uns behind.
  6. Maybe Jill was thinking Oliver Twist. I'm sure she read it at the SOTDRT. "He rose from the table; and advancing to the master, basin and spoon in hand, said: somewhat alarmed at his own temerity: 'Please, sir, I want some more.'"
  7. Unfortunately, she always looks that way. That doesn't mean there isn't something wrong. I doubt these kids get much medical care.
  8. It's Sadie, I think. Anyway, she's a bad model for the miracle of Plexus. She'll look better when she grows up and moves to a new home with her young husband. Then she'll get more than two bites of food at mealtime.
  9. I hate to say this, but I see future difficulties between Derick and Jill that a common religion won't bridge. Derick is pursuing not just college but an advanced degree; Jill probably has less than a high school education and no experience navigating an academic environment. Whatever will they talk about? Lotion, beige food, and yays go just so far. She should get a GED if she doesn't already have one, and then take some community college courses as an investment in her and her family's future. Of course, if she won't send her kids to school, why would she go? Derick will need to step in at some point, and I'll think better of him if he does.
  10. Random thoughts: What home did Tim come home to? I thought the Rods had an offer on their house and were in Ohio looking for a new one. Tim does look better, especially compared with the younger kids who look straight out of a documentary on the Great Depression. He would have had a better Thanksgiving if he had stayed at school and had someone feel sorry for him and invite him to dinner. I curious if Tim has the sophistication yet to know he shouldn't tell his friends about his 15th birthday celebration at Build a Bear. A beard on Nathan should be acceptable to all. The most handsome, wonderful, husband and father in the world has one, after all, and his wife allowed it.
  11. Miscavige is picky about his celebrities, so I don't know if Jeremy qualifies. It depends on how many points Jinger brings to the table.
  12. The Rod kids are so isolated and brainwashed, they probably have no idea how other families interact with their children. Total control, which Jill excels at, is the key to keeping her little soldiers in line. I don't know about David. He's probably afraid of Jill on some level too.
  13. They reminded me of Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor in and out of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
  14. At least Anna is reasonably literate and keeps the emojis and hashtags to a minimum. I hope she has the sense to stop the baby production line though. If Josh thinks he's getting back on TV because he has a pile of kids, he's nuts. That train left the station a long time ago. That room looks like something in a local restaurant where the portions are big and and the prices are low. It's a far cry from the glamorous life in DC. Anna may not care, but I bet Josh does.
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