Jill Duggar Clearly Got Paid To Advertise All Of This Random Crap On Her Registry
With all of the baby making that has gone on in the Duggar family, you’d think they would know how to craft a registry. Well, you would be wrong. I just took a gander at it, and it is really bizarre.Â Since my favorite thing is speculating about the Duggars, and I really need to make sense of this senseless registry, I can only come to one conclusion; the couple got paid to list a bunch of weird junk on the registry. It’s really the only theory that makes sense.
These are the first three items on their registry:
Orange Fanta, Dr. Pepper, and Gatorade? Huh? Jill Duggar-Dillard told People, “Derick said we should put Dr. Pepper on there, because if you have late nights, you have to have caffeine. And I told him, ‘I like Fanta,’ so he put that on there and some Gatorade, as well.”Â Likely story. There are more random items that are leading me to wildly speculate about the Dillard’s and how they make some extra cash.
Every flavor of Parent’s Choice baby puffs — and a bunch of other Parent’s Choice stuff which is apparently Walmart’s own brand. I smell a conspiracy. Why would the Duggar-Dillards register at Walmart? I love calling them the Duggar-Dillards. I know she would never hyphenate!
1 bottle of Johnson’s Baby Oil? What? Why?
1 $4.97 bottle of Johnson’s Baby Lotion? Again, I don’t understand the need to register for this.
Unlimited wireless Tracphone card? I always thought only drug dealers used these phones. Or people with really bad credit.
Little Fevers, Gripe Water, and A&D Ointment? Can they not just go to the store?
I hated making a registry — I thought it was tedious and confusing and I was convinced I didn’t register for any of the right stuff. After referencing Jill and Derrick’s registry, I actually think I was a pro at it.Â Who registers for four dollar bottles of lotion? Especially when you are a TV star? TV stars should really buy their own lotion, but that’s for another post.
I’m wildly speculating that this whole registry is an endorsement deal of some kind. That’s my Duggar conspiracy theory of the week and I’m sticking to it.