sister wives fans are waiting for the recap of season 17 of the famous TLC reality show. This season has been one of the most dramatic and popular. There is another reason why the 17th season of the series is so popular; viewers finally get honesty from the Browns. During the last few years, it often felt as if the family spoke in code, carefully selecting buzzwords and phrases to hide their true feelings. While they’ve been more honest than ever in Season 17, Kody Brown, meir brown, Janelle Brown, Christine Brown, and Robyn Brown still rely on buzzwords to get their messages across. We’d love to see them retire these phrases.
The Entire Brown Family Uses The Word ‘Safe’ Far Too Often As ‘Sister Wives’ Season 17 Wraps Up
Have you noticed how often brown adults talk about feeling safe? Christine Brown is the most egregious user of this particular buzzword. Several times over the years, she has said that a conversation doesn’t feel “safe” or that a person isn’t “safe” for her. While we commend Christine for taking steps to defend herself, we can’t help but note that the use of the phrase can be a bit toxic in her own way.
Christina and brother kodywnorth The two have discussed whether or not a conversation feels “safe” multiple times over the years. They both seem to use the phrase when they want to end a conversation with another person. While it can be a nice way to end an awkward conversation, it often seems like the couple uses the phrase to diminish and dismiss other people’s feelings. We don’t exactly love that.
Kody and Robyn Brown refer to odors and “aromas”
sister wives fans were understandably upset when Kody Brown suggested that Christine Brown wanted go back to utah to get his “stink” out of her in season 17 of sister wives. Basically, he suggested that she needed to leave to get rid of the “stink” of her so she could find another man. The wording is kind of gross. Did you know that this wasn’t the first time someone in the Brown family had referred to smells or aromas when talking about romantic prospects?
In family memories, Becoming sister wives, Robyn explained that she was encouraged to attend church events to spread her “scent” after her divorce from David Jessop. At one of those church events, she met Kody Brown and his first wife, Meri Brown. We assume it worked, but the wording makes us a little giddy.
‘Sister Wives’ fans can’t stand Kody Brown when she talks about ‘honoring’ family
Kody has more than one buzzword or phrase to say that he should retire. sister wives fans could live without hearing him say that his wives need to “honor the family” ever again. At different times, Kody has told Meri and christina brown They weren’t worthy of his love. He said it was because they were not willing to “honor the family.”
The writing is demanding and patriarchal, to begin with. When you dig deeper and read between the lines, the message is even worse. Kody was never particularly concerned about Christine, Meri, or Janelle, for that matter, “honor the family” like an everything. He seemed more concerned with the Brown family aligning and adhering to Robyn Brown’s whims. Kody’s obvious favoritism is one of the main causes of his marriage breakdowns.