We thought the extent of Jill Duggar‘s disturbing relationship with food started and ended with her nauseating recipes. As it turns out, it gets even worse. On Monday, August 26, the former Counting On star revealed that her gross habits also include letting her son Israel chew gum that he dropped into and then fished out of her hair. The mom of two shared that bit of info on her Instagram Story, keeping fans updating each step of the way.

“When your 4-year-old loses his gum in your hair lol, #momprobs,” Jill, 28, captioned the first photo she posted. The next one read, “He’s helping me look now, lol,” as Izzy held out her hair for the camera. On the next slide, she announced, “Found it!” Unfortunately, that wasn’t all. She followed up the discovery with, “And now he’s chewing it again. Lol.”

Jill Duggar's Son Israel Eats Gum Out Of Her Hair
Courtesy of Jill Duggar/Instagram

Fans found the whole thing gross AF, and we don’t blame them. Luckily, we at least know Jill’s hair is clean. Though she’s only had it cut once at the salon in her whole life, the sex blog she wrote in June revealed that she showers every single night (and sometimes in the afternoon) so that she can be “fresh” for hubby Derick Dillard. Apparently, it’s a great way to tell your man, “You’re important to me.” Also, to “[let] him know you’re up for fun whenever he is.” Blech.

Recently, Derick, 30, share his own blog full of relationship and sex advice. The former TLC star encouraged his (married) followers to have sex “5-6 times (or more) a week,” never spend a night away from their partners and never be alone with someone of the opposite gender. “Desire + intentionality = hot love,” he told his fans, who all pretty much revolted at the idea of taking tips from a Duggar. “Who was actually asking for this? Lol,” one fan wrote. “Oh gag me,” added another. “Unfollowing.” We think that pretty much says it all.

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