Josh Duggar has been on the receiving end of just about every kind of criticism imaginable.
And he’s a monster, of course, so that all of that criticism is well-deserved.
These days, Josh is serving a 151 month sentence on child pornography charges, but somehow, he manages to keep making tabloid headlines.
And these days, Josh is getting roasted for a uniquely hilarious reason.
You see, there’s an entire subreddit devoted to hating the Duggars, who are inarguably the most detestable family in the history of reality television.
And the conversations on the r/DuggarSnark subreddit often plumb the depths of Duggar minutiae to uncover new and interesting reasons why Jim Bob and company are the absolute worst.
Earlier this week, for example, there was a discussion about the engagement rings worn by the women of the extended Duggar clan.
“Some of these are the same ring. Change my mind,” wrote one commenter, according to UK tabloid The Sun.
“Lmao most likely bought the rings at Salvation Army that was once worn by people who are now dead and the rings were just donated,” another added.
“Jessa and Claire’s are almost identical, except Claire’s has the diamond band,” a third chimed in.
“Sisterhood of the traveling ring,” a fourth joked.
“IMO Hannah’s is the best, Jessa’s is the worst. I expected so much more from Jeremy given that he was more mature and lived in the actual real world unlike most of these fundie men,” yet another observed.
The consensus seemed to be that Hannah’s ring (below) was the best of the bunch and that Anna Duggar’s was the hands-down worst.
Many mocked Josh for choosing a hilariously paltry diamond for his bride-to-be.
“I remember him saying during the engagement episode to Anna ‘Do you like it? It’s .5 carats,'” one commenter recalled.
And some even questioned if the rock was real or just a fancy bit of glass or cubic zirconia.
It makes sense that there would be suspicion.
After all, Josh has lied about just about everything else, and he lived a double life for over a decade, presenting himself as the ultimate wholesome family man while engaging in all manner of depravity.
But if Josh were gonna go the fake route, he probably would’ve chosen a larger stone.
The skimpiness of Anna’s ring is probably the best argument for its authenticity.
So yeah, for once, Josh might have actually told the truth about something.
We’re guessing that was the last time.