Farrah Abraham has contributed a great deal to society in her 27 years on this planet.
In addition to some of the most memorable meltdowns in reality TV history, we wouldn't have such cinematic classics as Backdoor Teen Mom were it not for Ms. Abraham's artistic vision.
But for all her achievements, Farrah's most enduring contribution might be her role in bringing the divine energy of Jenelle Evans to the masses.
That's right, folks, your fun Teen Mom fact of the day is a doozy:
It seems that if it weren't for Farrah, Jenelle might have never auditioned for the show that made her (in)famous.
Recently, Jenelle took to Instagram for a Q&A session with fans and one follower asked whose idea it was for the Carolina Hurricane to make a play for reality TV fame.
“It was my idea,” Jenelle replied.
“I went to casting calls on MTV’s website after watching Farrah’s episode for the first time. I was 7 months pregnant with Jace.”
But Jenelle drew the line at several media outlets' claims that Farrah "inspired" her to try out for Teen Mom
“Inspired’ is a big word, lol,” Jenelle tweeted. “The show concept interested me, not her.”
As Starcasm points out, this was the same Q&A during which Jenelle revealed that she's not planning on having more kids.
While that might be the best news of the 21st century thus far, it certainly wasn't the only highlight.
For example, one fan asked Jenelle what her "sober date" is.
Ms. Evans replied thusly:
"Go out to eat at STK and stuff our faces. Take some dessert to go for later. Go home watch a new movie and eat the dessert with hubby."
Now, it's possible that the person asking the question was genuinely curious about date ideas that don't involve Jaeger bombs, but a quick Google search of the term "sober date" reveals that it usually refers to the date on which a former substance abuser became sober.
Did Jenelle know that and it was a clever dodge, or the far more common meaning of the term not occur to her?
Somehow, either way, it's classic Jenelle.