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Derick is an idiot. The theme wasn't high school stereotypes it's Riverdale, a popular teen show. I'm surprised he didn't have a problem with the guys wearing the girls cheerleading costume. Screenshot_20181106-123135.thumb.jpg.a64021c765cf3cf8620c8543ac7e3077.jpg

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It's been a cold, windy snowy blustery day here, so I'm making enchiladas. Real food. No cream of anything. My son just got home from school, and he's having a real yogurt snack. Take a note Jilly. 

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47 minutes ago, Christina87 said:

This makes me wonder if he's dropped out and trying to hide it. Why show a picture from last month?

He’s very busy! ?

 

 

 

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6 minutes ago, GeeGolly said:

Jill voted twice? This post is from May 22.

We've had two (?) special elections in my city this year. One really important one to vote on a new high school was in April I think. (I'm so bad) So it could be she was voting in a special election in May.

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40 minutes ago, ginger90 said:

He’s very busy! ?

 

 

 

2 pictures

 

Does she not understand that “merica” has a very negative connotation???

34 minutes ago, GeeGolly said:

Jill voted twice? This post is from May 22.

At work?

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Looking at those couple of photos of Sam after having read all of @mynextmistake 's brilliant stories, I can't help but sense all sorts of diabolical plans (as per Stewie's regarding Lois) swirling around in his head...Those expressions are priceless!

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35 minutes ago, DangerousMinds said:

Does she not understand that “merica” has a very negative connotation???

I've never heard of "merica" having a negative connotation. Where I'm from it's just an expression of being overly patriotic, like someone who decks their house out on Labor Day with fifty US flags and throws huge barbecues on Memorial Day and July 4th. 

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46 minutes ago, DangerousMinds said:

Does she not understand that “merica” has a very negative connotation???

I'm sure she does not understand that. It does seem appropriate coming from her, though. And no, that's not a compliment.

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2 hours ago, Lunera said:

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Derick is an idiot. The theme wasn't high school stereotypes it's Riverdale, a popular teen show. I'm surprised he didn't have a problem with the guys wearing the girls cheerleading costume. Screenshot_20181106-123135.thumb.jpg.a64021c765cf3cf8620c8543ac7e3077.jpg

 

Law school students dressing up for spirit week?  Does that seem odd to anyone else? Where did Dreck get that expensive letterman's jacket?  Oh, wait, did he go to Rogers High School or something like that?

I guess I've continued to dress up for Halloween parties for all of my adult life, but this just surprises me for graduate school students.

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I'm trying to figure out the second picture of Derick's costuming though. Does that mean he dressed like the 80s or 90s?

Sam does kind of look like Stewie in those pictures!

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3 hours ago, Lunera said:

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Derick is an idiot. The theme wasn't high school stereotypes it's Riverdale, a popular teen show. I'm surprised he didn't have a problem with the guys wearing the girls cheerleading costume. Screenshot_20181106-123135.thumb.jpg.a64021c765cf3cf8620c8543ac7e3077.jpg

Where's clingy wife Jill?

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On ‎11‎/‎4‎/‎2018 at 10:19 PM, mynextmistake said:

Check out the JD and Abbie thread for context. Oh, and this is the last one i’ll be able to do for a while, so enjoy!

Day 496. Today was a very curious day. I was removed from my cell only slightly after dawn by the female guard. After serving a breakfast “casserole” tasting of canned soup and sadness, she and the male guard loaded Yaaay and I into the car and secured us in our restraints. Based on the clothing with which we were provided, I assumed we were to spend the day toiling in one of the nearby chicken yards. However, when Yaaay asked them about our intended destination, the male guard said we were going to a wedding in a neighboring fiefdom called “Oklahoma.”

After a very long journey, during which our male guard prattled incessantly about the years he spent in Oklahoma cavorting on a field in a giant fiberglass head, we stopped briefly at an establishment my captors called “Chick fill it.” They ordered a large paper sack of fried food, the dregs of which they fed to Yaaay and I without freeing us from our restraints. Oh, how I long for a green vegetable, or a piece of fruit that does not come from a can of sugary syrup! After finishing their peasant’s repast, the male guard continued to drive and in a short time we arrived at a large building filled with other captives and their guards. The wedding itself, a curious spectacle in which two people stood on an altar while an old man discussed their reproductive plans with the audience, took only a few moments. I looked for opportunities to escape, but none were forthcoming. 

Our captors then put us back into the car and drove us to another location. It appeared to be a large garage decorated with crepe paper and photos of the man and woman from the altar. As I stood watching the male guard eat from a plate of fried meat and donuts, I noticed an airplane parked outside the garage. The female guard said that it was the vehicle in which the couple from the altar were leaving for their honeymoon. At last I saw my chance! If I could manage to secret myself in the cargo hold, I could accompany them to their destination and sneak away unseen. I started making my way toward the plane, mentally calculating the amount of torque I would need to apply to the lug nuts on the cargo hold in order to open the door. I was almost to freedom when I was rudely seized by an unfamiliar male guard who smelled of Axe body spray and desperation. He proceeded to physically restrain me for several minutes while requesting passers by to take our photograph, undoubtedly for use in yet another propaganda piece. He then insisted on returning me to the male and female guard, who returned me to the vehicle and put me back in my restraints for the long drive back to thr wretched hovel in which I am imprisoned. Once we arrived, I was immediately returned to my cell, where I finished this entry. I will now hide this journal inside the vegetable steamer in the kitchen, where I can trust it will lay safely until I can take it up again.

That was awesome! 

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4 hours ago, madpsych78 said:

I'm trying to figure out the second picture of Derick's costuming though. Does that mean he dressed like the 80s or 90s?

Someone asked lmao i think he missed the mark ??‍♀️

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5 hours ago, DangerousMinds said:

Where are you from??

I've lived in both the north and the south and I've heard the term both places and it's never had a negative connotation. It's always been used humorously. A friend of mine posted a picture on social media last week with a picture of a hamburger sandwiched between two glazed donuts and hash tagged it with 'merica. 

I also googled the term and nothing negative came up. The dictionary even defined the term as humorous and said it was used to emphasize qualities stereotypically regarded as American as well as fervent patriotism. 

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5 hours ago, OpieTaylor said:

 

Law school students dressing up for spirit week?  Does that seem odd to anyone else? Where did Dreck get that expensive letterman's jacket?  Oh, wait, did he go to Rogers High School or something like that?

I guess I've continued to dress up for Halloween parties for all of my adult life, but this just surprises me for graduate school students.

Seems expensive to me too. 

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15 hours ago, ginger90 said:

He’s very busy! ?

 

 

 

2 pictures

 

Not to rag on her appearance too much, but Jill looks kind of harsh in that first pic. How stressful must life with Derick be for her to already have that many lines under her eyes at her age? Here's a tip, Jill: sunscreen is your friend.

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19 hours ago, GeeGolly said:

Jill voted twice? This post is from May 22.

Maybe they were voting for types of Doritos at Piggly Wiggly

11 hours ago, madpsych78 said:

If Derick wanted to emulate James Dean/Fonzie/male Grease characters etc. from the 50s, he should have lost the vest and worn blue jeans instead of those black pants he wore. Bonus points if he included a leather jacket. 

Otherwise, with his current outfit he looks more like Duckie from Pretty in Pink. 

Don’t be dissing Ducky!!!

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4 hours ago, graefin said:

Not to rag on her appearance too much, but Jill looks kind of harsh in that first pic. How stressful must life with Derick be for her to already have that many lines under her eyes at her age? Here's a tip, Jill: sunscreen is your friend.

Jill acts and writes like a ( poorly educated) teenager so I think that we all forget she is 27!! Almost 30! I am 30 and I have some wrinkles around my eyes ( especially when smiling) now as well. She probably isn't wearing makeup and yeah probably wasn't using a ton of suncreen growing up. But I know people who are around my age who have similar lines.  Mine look worse when I am tired/dehydrated ect. 

It is more jarring on her because she simply just acts and dresses way younger than she is.

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13 hours ago, madpsych78 said:

If Derick wanted to emulate James Dean/Fonzie/male Grease characters etc. from the 50s, he should have lost the vest and worn blue jeans instead of those black pants he wore. Bonus points if he included a leather jacket. 

Otherwise, with his current outfit he looks more like Duckie from Pretty in Pink. 

Derrick is an idiot.

The uniform/costume for a Greaser/Teddy Boy is a white t-shirt, jeans, and slicked back hair (and like you said, @madpsych78, a leather jacket is perfect to top it off). 

Source: Have watched Grease a bazillion times & seen it performed several times.  Watched Happy Days in syndication as a kid.  Read numerous cultural studies and anthropological/sociological works about the Teddy Boys.  Also, my father was a greaser (see his sophomore picture from his high school yearbook).

 

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The jacket is borrowed...he showed up to school that day in the white t-shirt and jeans.  The staff convinced him to wear the jacket (he was one of the few young men not in a suit jacket in their high school yearbook that year). 

ETA: Pic/yearbook is from late 1950s.

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I believe this is the first time I laughed out loud at a post of Derick’s. This was a response by him under the Instagram pictures of students in “costume”. (The people he chooses to respond to are interesting, note the name, and just imagine what posts by this person are like!!)

 

derickdillard

@duggarbreeders we get points for participating (students 1 point, professors 3 points), I’m competitive, our section won, we got donuts in class last week as our prize! So I’d say it was worth it :)

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