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Watching the Duggars teach their daughter to kiss will make you want to climb out of your own skin

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Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar taught their daughter and her fiancé how to kiss in an intensely awkward episode of their TLC reality series, “19 Kids and Counting.”

The couple dispensed relationship advice to their daughter, Jessa Duggar, and her husband-to-be, Ben Seewald, in the segment, which was recorded before the couple married in November, reported Us Magazine.

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“Both of you’ll like the physical relationship, but (for) the guy (it) will be kind of like the main focus,” said Jim Bob Duggar. “But for a woman, communicating is the most important thing, and so taking time each day to communicate – that will mean the world to her.”

The younger couple agree that communication is important, although Seewald admits that he sometimes gives his fiancée the “silent treatment,” as his future in-laws sit nodding on a couch across from him with a notebook spread open on their laps.

“We like to talk, but it’s more than just talking,” Seewald said. “You can be talking, but you’ve also got to communicate.”

The 19-year-old Seewald and 22-year-old Duggar said they saved their first kiss until their wedding day.

“We think that it could lead to some stuff that we’re really trying to avoid before our wedding, and so we just think it’s wise for us to hold off,” Seewald said.

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The elder Duggars stood up to demonstrate how to kiss to the young couple.

“Let me show y’all the best way to kiss here,” said Jim Bob Duggar, leaning in toward his wife. “If you kiss straight-on, your noses hit together – see? So you have to turn – she turns one way, (I) turn the other.”

The younger couple giggles, and Jessa Duggar pronounces that her parents are “so cute.”

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“Decide ahead of time – you’re going to go that way, that way he’ll go this way, whichever way so you don’t get confused,” said Michelle Duggar.

Watch the entire segment posted online by TLC:

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Trump spent 45 minutes talking with cast of right-wing play dramatizing ‘Deep State’ conspiracy theories: report

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The coronavirus emergency has given President Donald Trump one of the most daunting tests of his administration, with less than a year to go before he stands for re-election.

And yet in the midst of all the chaos, one thing the president found time to do on Thursday was meet with the cast of a bizarre right-wing play dramatizing the supposed "deep state" plot at the FBI to frame Trump in the Russia investigation.

According to The Daily Beast, Trump spent 45 minutes talking with the people behind "FBI Lovebirds: Undercovers," which focuses on the affair between FBI officials Peter Strzok and Lisa Page. The leading roles of Strzok and Page were played by Dean Cain, the former Superman actor, and Kristy Swanson, who played the starring role in the 1992 Buffy the Vampire Slayer movie.

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All US Navy ships in the Pacific near countries with coronavirus ordered to self-quarantine for 14 days

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CNN National Security reporter Ryan Browne tweeted Thursday that the U.S. Navy has ordered all of its vessels in the Pacific that have been near countries with COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, "to remain at sea for at least 14 days before pulling into another port in order to monitor sailors for any symptoms of the virus."

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‘Most wicked to ever represent Cleveland’: Jim Jordan ripped by hometown paper for covering up sex scandal

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President Trump likes to call his enemies 'sleaze bags" and Ohio GOP Rep. Jim Jordan a "warrior," but according to Cleveland Plain Dealer columnist Brent Larkin, Trump has it backward.

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