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  • Posts

    • SassyPants


      2 hours ago, TeamDefraudinSquad said:

      Speaking as someone who also had controlling parents growing up, maybe Jessa not cleaning the dust bunnies under the bed is just a, "Meh, I'll do it later, because no one is here telling me I have to do it right now" sort of situation. In my experience, when you go from having your parents up your ass all day to having no set schedule to speak of (or a smaller schedule), its tempting to fall into lazy habits just cause you don't have to be constantly looking over your shoulder and holding your breath from being monitored all the time anymore. My first couple of apartments in college were trashed when I moved out of them. After awhile though, I got some space from my upbringing and thought to myself, "It would be nice not to be living in such a sty, maybe I'll deep clean my next place every month or so to keep it from getting super nasty." 

      IDK- I've seen way too many kids walking on kitchen counters in Duggarville to ever believe that the Duggars were hardcore cleaners.

      Or they could just be lazy- I'd put my money on that choice.

    • Gobsmacked


      6 hours ago, Exposedknees said:

      I chaperoned my daughters' girls choir on tours for years, I was always a little shocked at the young ladies who were shocked and uninformed by their first periods. :my_cry: It was about a 70% were well informed, 20% had a sketchy understanding,  10% knew NOTHING!  One mom even got ticked at me after the trip because I had explained tampons as an option to her completely uninformed, never had a period before,- THIRTEEN YEAR OLD!  I thought to myself- " Your kid was damn lucky I was around for this"

      On a bus trip with MS and HS girls  the rule is "Everyone who can menstruate will!" I always carried a bag chock full of every feminine product known to mankind.  

      I wish you had been my mum! Also had been in charge of my girls brigade group! The girls in the choir are lucky to have you.

    • Kelsey

      Posted (edited)

      5 minutes ago, formergothardite said:

      YOU HAVE TO WATCH THE END!!!!!!!!!

      It will give you nightmares. 

      AAAAAA-MEN *crazy face*


      OMG! What the fuck is that? It made my skin crawl.

      Edited by Kelsey
      I am speechless.
    • SassyPants


      Seeing this thread was "HOT", I assumed I'd be reading about someone MISSING their period and not all about FJ's first periods. LOL!

    • formergothardite


      1 minute ago, Kelsey said:

      I couldn't watch the whole thing.

      YOU HAVE TO WATCH THE END!!!!!!!!!

      It will give you nightmares.