Jill Duggar and Derick Dillard of TLC's 19 Kids & Counting are getting married soon, and the sweet couple's wedding registry is certainly eye-opening.
You have to give the gigantic Arkansas family credit, because if the Duggar wedding registry tells us anything, it's that they remain true to their roots.
Registering at Walmart, Bed, Bath & Beyond and Amazon? Pretty modest for bona fide reality TV stars, but you don't feed 19 kids with lavish spending.
Jill Duggar, who got engaged to Derick Dillard earlier this year, is looking for plenty of normal items, such as towels, pots and pans, bedding, and kitchen stuff.
Then it starts getting a little odd, though.
On the Amazon portion of their wish list, they're seeking gift cards to Taco Bell, Burger King, and Subway ... and for Froot Loops and Raisin Bran.
A shotgun and a rifle are also on there.
As the Jessa Duggar gun photo proved, these folks are packing and proud of it. Yet you don't see weapons and Qdoba gift cards on a registry every day.
Good for them. It's just ... interesting.
Just imagine what her baby shower registry will look like once she gets knocked up two hours after tying the knot, which will totes happen BTW.
They may not believe in full-frontal hugs before marriage, but they certainly don't use contraception once the I-dos have been exchanged up in here.
Oh those Duggars.
Be available. Anyone can fix him lunch, but only one person can meet that physical need of love that he has, and you always need to be available when he calls. - Michelle Duggar
When you've missed [sex] for seven days, you look forward to it even more! - Michelle Duggar
That's key in a relationship, the husband needs to cherish his wife and always treat his wife like a queen. - Jim Bob Duggar
It's a really special time to go out, just the two of us, every Saturday night ... sure, we often end up talking about the kids, but it's still an important time to reconnect. - Jim Bob Duggar
Expectations ruin relationships ... many of us are trained to be detail-oriented and strive for perfection at work, but bringing that attitude home can be a relationship-killer. - Jim Bob Duggar
He shares his heart with me, his struggles, his fears and his dreams. - Michelle Duggar on Jim Bob
We recently met an Amish couple who'd celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary and asked them their secret. Their answer? The phrases, 'I was wrong' and 'Will you forgive me?' - Jim Bob Duggar