How many times must Jessa Duggar prove this point, Internet users?
She simply is not here for any of your judgmental BS.
Just a month ago, if you recall, Duggar showed some impressive snark when she clapped back at someone who mocked her family's choice of restaurants.
In response to this individual asking whether "you guys ever eat anywhere besides Marketplace Grill," a frequent Duggar family destination in Arkansas, Jessa simply replied:
No we don't.
Not exactly overly crude or rude, but Duggar actually deleted the sarcastic retort because it didn't fit in with her clean and proper brand. Fair enough, we guess.
Now, however, Jessa has once again spoken out against some troll on the Internet.
And it all started with this seemingly harmless photo below:
It features her son, Henry, fighting with his cousin, Meredith, over a toy and it includes a caption that reads in part:
"Merry Christmas from our family to yours! Hopefully there is none of this going on at your house.
"The gifts are fun, and the food’s gonna be great, but let’s not forget the reason for the season."
Jessa also shared a few Bible verses with this snapshot, but her followers were more concerned with the state of Meredith’s feet than anything else.
No, really. We're not making that up.
What's up with the dirty bottoms, many folks actually asked and wondered, continuing in the tradition of shaming Jessa whenever possible.
We can't really blame her in this case for pushing back a little bit.
“Mine looks about the same,” she said in response to a negative comment. “It’s 60 degrees outside today. That’s barefoot weather.”
Again: Not exactly a scathing comeback, but this is Jessa Duggar we're talking about here.
The fact that she felt a need to say anything at all proves how fed up she is with strangers focusing on such mundane (read: stupid!) things.
She also said: “Yes, it’s Meredith’s toy and Henry was trying to steal it.”
Jessa, who is also a mother to a second son named Spurgeon, is all too aware of the criticism her family faces nearly every day on social media.
As previously noted, this isn’t the first time she has clapped back at a hater who had something negative to say about her loved ones.
Earlier this year, to use another example, Duggar had no patience when some troll criticized her for using the word “training” about raising her kids.
This person thought the word ought to be reserved for dogs, not human beings.
“We train for occupations, we train for jobs, we hire personal trainers for fitness and we train/teach our kiddos in right behavior in the hopes they will grow up to be caring, thoughtful and responsible adults," she wrote back, summoning all the sarcasm she could muster and concluding:
"But I agree, dogs are not humans. Thank you for making that distinction."