Thursday, January 22, 2009

i have to ask... WTF??!

Dear Duggars... WTF are you crazy reproducers thinking??!

there they are this morning, on The View, with their entire colony of off-spring, talking about their big wedding special (their son has never kissed his fiance? that's a whoooole other post) - and yappy Elizabeth Hasselbeck is yammering on and on about how great their family dynamic is... when everyone watching knows the big-wigs booked them purely for the freak-show-factor.


i mean, how that poor woman even has any functioning lady-parts under her heinous denim jumper is beyond my comprehension. and she says she's willing to have more? lady, i will send you a plane ticket to Dallas - we'll take a little trip to the salon and neimans, maybe have a cocktail, and i'll teach you about this wonderful invention called "the condom." it'll be great, i promise.***

sorry, i HAD to.

***yes, yes - "different strokes" and all that jazz - but they have enough kids to form their own soccer team... with seven bench-warmers.

16 comments:

  1. OMG!!!!!! I can barely handle the ONE I have. I can't even imagine!!!

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  2. I'll go ahead and put it out there...I think that having that many children is bad parenting. How in the world can you raise them all? Somebody is getting shorted for time and attention. Being raised by your siblings {which they seem to think is a plus? WTF?} is not the same as being raised by your parents. Don't even GET me started on none of them going to a "real" school or college. They need to stop having them and start spending money on haircuts and clothes with a waistband. I hate them, isn't that horrible? I also don't like Jon and Kate though. Can you tell I'm an only child with an only child? :)

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  3. Omg!! I am dying over your post!! I cannot stand them but somehow like a car wreck, if they are on tv I watch. I watched The View from today shaking my head for their whole segment!!

    Oh and me and the hubs got a huge laugh out of the pic you made - it def is not a clown car!!!

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  4. Oh my gosh they are such an embarrasement!!!!! Being from Arkansas, they totally give the rest of us a bad name. And I can't tell them!!!!!

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  5. Goodness! I'm all about "big families", but, you gotta draw the line somewhere--and they are light years ahead of that line!! I understand that they all love each other and blah, blah, but my word--how does a family afford that? I mean, I can hardly afford myself, the hubs and the pets--good Lord, that many children? Yikes. Yikes. Triple yikes.

    And yes, can we please take her shopping and get her something that's not a denim jumper? And perhaps my dear friend the flat iron?

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  6. But it's like a train wreck... I can't stop watching... =)

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  7. I am literally CRYING I am laughing so hard at your post. Yes, there are real tears rolling down my face. Thank you for the soccer team reference. I wish I had seen The View this morning. (and I get the no pre-marital sex everyone has their own views there, but kissing? really? come on.)

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  8. Have I mentioned that I LOVE you and ADORE you? Seriously, we have such similar personalities.

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  9. You crack me up! I love it. I started watching it this morning but just had to turn it off. I couldn't take it. That little poster picture is awesome. haha

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  10. I love your post! I feel exactly the same way - how can they possibly even deal with that many children? When I have a child, I want to be able to give that child all of my attention and love. I could not imagine missing out on all of the recitals, games, etc.. because I had to tend to my other 15 children!

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  11. Ummmm stop the presses. Because I met these freaks 2 weeks ago. I had never heard of them, but they stopped in Goodwill to shop while they were in San Antonio on vacation. I went downstairs and took their picture for our newsletter. They gave me a family photo with their web url on it. WTF. Creepy.

    Actually they were nice, but wtf seriously. Kee your legs together.

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  12. BAHAHAH! I've seen them on TLC and it is certainly nutty.

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  13. I'm so with you on this. However, I have this weird fascination with watching them every time they're on the discovery channel. It's like I don't want to watch, but I just can't look away.

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  14. So I live in the same town as these people!!! YEP...should I even confess to that? But I see them, as in the ENTIRE family, at Sam's Club all the time! Its hysterical...they take up all the tables in the food court!

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  15. Ok, I am gonna have to say that I watch that show, and although yes, I think 18 kids is a whole lot, and that their christian views are super conservative, I can't say anything bad about them. They raise their children in a loving home, they have absolutely zero debt, their kids are hard working and (from what I have seen on tv) they are super nice. oh and yes, the guy not kissing his fiance until their wedding day was way too conservative for me, but hey, it beats the kids these days having sex when they are 10.
    Anyways, usually i wouldn't post this comment cause the family is kinda crazy, but with all of you commenting, I felt like I had to stand up for them :) Ok, now i am gonna go get in bed with my fiance and give him a big kiss! (he won't let me watch that show with him in the house :) The duggars weird him out)

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  16. How weird when their grandchildren will be playmates for their children.

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