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A Really Bad Pun Or Just Taking Things Too Literally?

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crazydaffodil

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I don't think this really qualifies as a pun, but it does go along with my daily typical sense of thought.

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Just sayin...

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At least they always tell you not to take the lift/elevator. Those things are heavy!

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    • CreatedToBeACritic

      Posted

      I know my views are a bit infantilizing but wanted to throw this in the group anyway: but does anyone feel bad for her and who she could be? When I look at her pinterest and youtube videos, I can clearly see she has an artistic eye (maybe not to my taste, but neither are many artists). She could make a real life designing and creating for a living in some way, and she is kind of accessing that through youtube, but this block on her leg, Husbland, drags her back into obscurity. Which is ridiculous, because she totally could have it all. She's pretty, she's smart, not afraid to speak her mind and clearly a people person. She so does not need an 'authority' over her life, not even spiritually, because she reads the Bible of her own volition and has had a thorough spiritual foundation through her family and education (again, not one to my taste but wathevs) . IT's a shame she doesn't have a husband (or wife, assuming that what she wrote on Reddit wbw was true) who could support her staying home with children for some of the time and let her work on art or designing for the rest of the time. The balance exists and she could definitely handle it. 

      I watched some of her vlogs in which she cried, and she called herself a highly emotional person. My mom was the same, yet took care of her own finances, spirituality and career her whole life. I'm scared that Caitlin is so indoctrinated that crying is making her buy more into the toxic women are emotional men are not bullshit. And if she doesn't believe she can make rational decisions, it will be all the more difficult to leave him. it must be exhausting to be around him; in her blogs she dials up the femininity to eleven when he's around; always acting, always ready. At a certain point indoctrinated people start self-indoctrinating, and that is what she often does in her video. It's clearly separate from her religion too because her Bible reading is quiet, focused and introverted, and when she speaks on femininity she is very serious and charismatic, but when she talks to Grumpy she giggles, fidgets... she loses her charisma. Literally dialing down her own intelligence and gravitas to make room for him. That's not a good relationship. She should be the more 'dominant' in the relationship, I think it will fit her much better. (not that everyone fits into these cathegories of course, but IMO she definitely does).

       

      Okay. this lock-down has me thinking waay to deeply about this in a non-academic way but I'm just fascinated!

    • JermajestyDuggar

      Posted

      31 minutes ago, Glasgowghirl said:

      I hadn't heard of her until other channels started to expose her behaviour and I was shocked all the stuff she admitted doing online to those children. 

      The video that stood out most for me was one of her threatening to cut the head of one of her young children's teddy bears with scissors, the child was terrified it reminded me of a villian in a children's film, she had a sadistic look on her face. 

      I fell sorry all those children being subjected to this abuse, that goes beyond discipline 

      My boys are so attached to some of their favorite stuffed animals. They treat them like they are living animals. If I threatened to cut their heads off, I really think they would be traumatized. This makes me so sad. 

    • Idlewild

      Posted (edited)

      12 hours ago, Bad Wolf said:

      2. Shouldn't there be 22 players on the field at the start of the game? Unless each team plays with 5.5 players. BEC I know what they meant.

      My answer would have been 22 - that’s how many players need to be on the pitch for the game! 
      The episodes sound really dull- especially when we know JB & M weren’t really doing the social distance thing most of the time plus they’re all off to Texas soon. 
      if Ben is teaching the kids I suppose it’s better than a Duggar- he’s seems to take education seriously- but I’m sure it’s all the universe according to Gothard on the curriculum. 

      Edited by Idlewild
    • Glasgowghirl

      Posted

      On 7/1/2020 at 2:57 AM, MangoTango said:

      OK, so I've been watching this family on and off for FAR too long, but these are a few thing that stuck out as red flags:

      1. Ruby says the reason Julie has a flat head is because she had PPD and didn't pick her up much and didn't give her baths. It got to the point where her siblings complained that Julie smelled. 

      2. Russell fell off of the couch when he was a baby and broke his femur. She didn't take him to the hospital for a few days, and the only reason she took him because he wouldn't stop crying. The femur bone is really hard to break especially in babies because they're still fairly flexible.

      3. Ruby consistently lost her youngest daughter when they were out and about because she wasn't paying attention to her.

      4. Ruby wouldn't bring (her six-year-old daughter) Eve her lunch because Eve needed to learn to bring her lunch to school. This was despite the fact that Eve didn't grow for a good year when she was 5ish.

      5. Ruby has always shown such a disdain toward Julie and seems to encourage the rest of the kids to bully the poor girl.

      6. Their treatment of their pets is disgusting

      I also looked into Anastazi and none of the people appear to be qualified for therapeutic careers. One has a MS in Social Work from the University of Phoenix.  

      Honestly, all of the sisters on Ruby's side of the family seem to have major issues and their parents seem questionable. As children, two of the sisters had to share a winter coat. I get that there is poverty and circumstances beyond their control, but I didn't get the impression that it was a financial issues but more of a control and gaslighting thing. 

      Ruby also seems to spend a lot money on herself, while making her kids go without or inadequate basic needs like clothes, shoes, and school supplies. The kids are the reason she has so much disposable income. Extra income or not, she should buy her kids clothes that fit, stop withholding school supplies as a punishment, and be a present mother. She also needs to stop filming when her kids tell her to stop or that they're uncomfortable. But, whatever, I'm just projecting according to Ruby and Kevin with his Piled High and Deep degree. 

      I hadn't heard of her until other channels started to expose her behaviour and I was shocked all the stuff she admitted doing online to those children. 

      The video that stood out most for me was one of her threatening to cut the head of one of her young children's teddy bears with scissors, the child was terrified it reminded me of a villian in a children's film, she had a sadistic look on her face. 

      I fell sorry all those children being subjected to this abuse, that goes beyond discipline 

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    • formergothardite

      Posted

      1 hour ago, AmazonGrace said:

      So I love Him as a teacher, a comforter, a constant companion, a trustworthy leader, a husband/defender when I am slandered or falsely accused, an hour-by-hour boss, the source of life, and the love of my life to whom I can confidently give my love and passion.

      This sounds exhausting for God. That is a whole lot of micro-managing someone's life.  

      And while she has God's hour by hour attention and getting him to defend her, couldn't she ask him to do something about the people of the world who are suffering? Just seems to be that there are two option here. Either Gwen has God's ear to the point that he picks out her clothing each day, but Gwen is too selfish to ask him to solve the world's problems. Or Gwen's God is great at fashion and coming up with a Frito recipes, but is super weak and can't do anything practical.

      So Gwen's followers who read here, which is it? Is Gwen awful or is her God super useless? Or both?

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