Michelle Duggar Would Like To Talk About Fucking Now

Michelle Duggar recently wrote a blog post where she gives newlyweds advice for their marriage, which seems innocent at first, but right out of the gate she basically instructs young brides to not only be “available” for their husbands at all times, but be joyously available even if they’re nine months pregnant, and a ready-to-pop fetus is sitting on their spine. And if that seems ill-timed in light of the Duggars second sex-related scandal, keep in mind, this clown car vagina circus absolutely, 100% believes that their dear, sweet, innocent Josh would never have gone on a rough sex porn star binge if his failure of a wife had only professionally fucked his dick 24/7 like a good Christian lady. So basically what you’re about to read is shade. Pure gingham shade.

First, I’m going to pass on the advice that was given to me by a dear friend Gala. Whenever I speak with groups of other moms and married women, I always share this advice. It’s been the best advice that was ever given to me in regard to my relationship to my husband Jim Bob.
Gala had only been married for three years, but she had very wise advice. I was about six months out from getting married, and was just all bleary eyed and in love. I couldn’t wait to be married and be called “Mrs. Jim Bob Duggar.” That was the dream of my life.
She told me: “Michelle, I know you’re so excited. You’re a bride-to-be, but some day you’ll be at this point. I’ve been married three years and I’m still happily married. I have one child, we’re expecting our second and I’m big pregnant. You’ve got to remember this. Anyone can iron Jim Bob’s shirt, anybody can make lunch for him. He can get his lunch somewhere else. But you are the only one who can meet that special need that he has in his life for intimacy. You’re it. You’re the only one. So don’t forget that, that he needs you. So when you are exhausted at the end of the day, maybe from dealing with little ones, and you fall into bed so exhausted at night, don’t forget about him because you and he are the only ones who can have that time together. No one else in the world can meet that need.”
“And so be available, and not just available, but be joyfully available for him. Smile and be willing to say, ‘Yes, sweetie I am here for you,’ no matter what, even though you may be exhausted and big pregnant and you may not feel like he feels. ‘I’m still here for you and I’m going to meet that need because I know it’s a need for you.’”
I’ve realized the sweetness of that through the years. While I am always joyfully available for him, in turn, he’ll lay down his life in any way. He will sit there and listen to everything I need to tell him because he knows that I’m there for him, too. I’m meeting his needs, he’s meeting my needs. We’re willing to be there for each other. And each one of us has different needs in a marriage relationship and that’s what’s so precious. I’ll share this advice with Jill so she knows that she’s got to be a wife first and then later, Lord willing, she’ll be a mother. Her responsibility before God and Derick needs to come first. It’s not just me and the Lord; it’s me and the Lord and my husband.

*BEEP*

“Jill, honey, it’s your mother. I was just worried that you’re not being available for Derick enough, so give me a call whenever you get this, and we can talk about ways I’ve pleasured your father over the years. Unless you’re too busy servicing Derick, then praise Jesus! I just don’t want to see him end up like your brother and find other women to meet the needs God gave him because one night you were, I don’t know, too tired, or maybe still sick from childbirth. Which would be well within his rights, and I know you know better than that, but moms worry. Anyway, I’ve got to call your 18 other sisters. Be good!”

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