Dear people who do People Magazines:
I am writing in response to an article in your SPECIAL DOUBLE ISSUE of September 21, 2015, the one with the wax likeness of Melissa McCartney on the cover. But it is not the article on Ms. McCartney to which I refer.
Rather, I refer to the article referenced by the cover headline “A Very Duggard Wedding: All the Joy...and Drama.”
Lookit People Magazines people: I do not read People Magazines for drama. I read People Magazines because I want to know about people who used to be fat, and what they wear now that they aren’t fat anymore. Or even what they wear when they are still fat, like Mrs. McCartney.
But, no. Instead, you try to stir up controversations over the Duggards, and what kind of “drama” there will be at a very Duggard wedding.
We aren’t stupid. We know what kind of “drama” you are talking about. Drama like did Josh Duggard molest one of his sisters on her wedding day, just for old time’s sake? Drama like did Josh commit adultery in a parked car outside the church during the ceremony, because he couldn’t help it?
First of all, how dramatic would either of those things be? We the real people know that Josh Duggard has serious medical issues that prevent him from not molesting or adulterating anyone. This is news?? Come on!
Please stick to what you do best and tell us who was fat, who still is fat but is OK with it, and what these fat and formerly-fat people use to cover their nakedness.
How hard could that be?
D. R. Yellam