I See This As The Duggar’s Hating Their Children
Posted October 26, 2011on:
No TV or pets are allowed in the Duggar household. And that is bullshit.
I watched TV growing up, and if anything I’m smarter because of it. Hello?? Felicity is a great role model.. always move to a big city for the boy you love… it will work out. I also had dogs growing up; one dog saved my life and they other dog was avant-garde and I will name my future son after him.
They should probably get TV so Michelle Duggar can watch the Style network and find a new hair do.
Anyway, let’s read on:
“I grew up watching TV, but when we got married a doctor friend of ours encouraged us not to have a pet or a TV the first year of marriage. So we did that. For the first year we lived on love,” Jim Bob tells me. “And after that someone gave us a TV and for the first three weeks we were both glued to it. Communications dropped off, we weren’t talking as much and we couldn’t believe the content on TV we didn’t think was appropriate. This is detrimental to our marriage. We prayed about it and felt we had to pull it out of our house, which we did. And I would say that is one of the best things we have done for our family.”
The couple admits they do now have a television in the house — not to watch other reality shows, but to watch “wholesome” family programs on DVD.
“We do watch DVDs — ‘The Andy Griffith show,’” Jim Bob tells me. “We are very selective about what we watch. We actually don’t watch broadcast TV.”
And forget Brad Pitt or Johnny Depp. Michelle’s favorite actor is Kirk Cameron because he refuses to kiss anyone but his wife.
“I really appreciate what he stands for. He says whenever he plays roles and whatever movie he will not kiss another woman besides his wife,” Michelle explains. “Whenever they have to do that they have figured it out that they will bring his wife in and he will kiss his wife and I’m so impressed. That’s one of my kids’ favorite actors.”
Her favorite actor is Kirk Cameron?? KILL ME NOW. I bet they watch the Left Behind DVD’s for family movie night.
As for the lack of dog thing, that makes sense because there are so many damn kids in the house the last thing they need is an animal peeing everywhere.