Duggar girls talk about dating with an intimidating
❤️) @ben_seewald Loading up in the car after church, and Ben is on the phone with his Pops: "We have 4 of your kids in our car!❤️ So glad to have Ben's family up for a visit this weekend!Sure, they don't arrest people, but the family have a special code word for these provocative women, which is "Nike." Really, there's a code word: "That's a signal to the boys, and even to Dad, that they should nonchalantly drop their eyes and look down at their shoes as we walk past her...It's meant to help keep the guys' eyes from seeing things they shouldn't be seeing.The 24-year-old "Counting On" star is facing backlash after announcing that her upcoming lecture, "Fashionably Modest with Jessa," will come with a price tag.At per person, it's a pretty nominal fee, but fans across the country have taken up arms."Being paid to talk about your modest lifestyle seems like an oxymoron," one fan wrote on The Duggar Family Blog. Inside, they're writing about their "darkest secrets," which do run deeper than the one time one sister glared at another because she'd broken the curling iron.There are passages covering jealousy, anger issues and even a discussion of Duggar mom Michelle's past eating disorder.
We realize that our body is a special gift from God and that He intends for it to be shared only with our future husband...
(The Duggars mention it again when remembering Michelle's past as a cheerleader before finding God and Jim Bob: "She had no idea that dancing around in a short skirt in front of a bunch of boys was causing many of them to think sensual thoughts about her," the book reads.) Just keep it in your pants, people, if that's what you believe the Lord wants.
It's not that hard; if a hint of calf muscle or cleavage can excite a man past the point of self-control then, sure it's sort of flattering, but mostly the man is in self-control.
We don't want to play the peekaboo game with our neckline." But it doesn't stop there.
Like Arkansas' very own morality police, they're also on the look out for ladies (perhaps words like "jezebel" and "harlot" were edited out in early drafts) who aren't subscribing to a similar dress code.
😊 Looking forward to sharing with y'all as soon as we decide!