Miona and Jibri Bell are a disaster in the kitchen, no one would be surprised
Before the two reunited in South Dakota, 90 day engagement Fans were concerned about Jibri and Miona.
From a whistleblower about their marriage to Miona being accused of blackfishing, the two have more to offer than bad pasta Alfredo.
But we can’t really ignore the almost inedible dinner that the two of them prepared, or the context in which it was served.
Jibri and Miona are totally untidy, and their future – they don’t even seem to be able to decide on their marriage.
Season 9, Episode 4 90 day engagementJibri and Miona Bell wake up together for the first time in Rapid City, South Dakota.
Rapid City may sound like a comic book town that is constantly harassed by D-List supervisors, but it is a very real medium-sized city.
The couple, finally reunited the day before, were happy to have some “alone time” at home, except for Jibri’s parents … but Jibri’s parents are the least of their worries.
Jibri tried his best to welcome Miona, as it was not only his first time in South Dakota, but his first to leave Serbia.
However, after she shared her reluctance to take off her winter clothes – hoping to move to a more crowded and less crowded place soon. Guardian — A clash begins.
Jibri is clearly hoping that Miona will leave the hull and agree to stay in Rapid City for as long as he likes, but he is quite adamant about leaving soon.
The two also clash over their wedding plans, with Miona explaining that she doesn’t want to give up her dream of getting married on the beach.
Gabri asked her why, if she had a “garden wedding” in Serbia (she could simply call it a “backyard”), in the United States she was not right with the same thing.
But it is clear that Miona sees their marriage here as her real marriage and thinks that the reluctance to spend on Jibri’s marriage is due to her not evaluating it.
This is a familiar argument for couples and viewers alike.
However, despite all the conflict, the two are clearly coming together.
At home and on the road, Jibri and Miona admire each other. It’s actually pretty.
It wasn’t a typical shopping trip, as the couple was expected to run around the house – a few meals a week.
Miona’s first shopping trip to America was interesting because she was surprised by the food prepared and for some reason thought the apples had a waxy coating.
It was assumed that neither Miona nor Jibri really knew how to cook, something that became very clear when her parents tried to eat later.
As Miona tries string cheese for the first time, she and Jibri get into an argument over another issue: Jibri’s good friend David.
He and David are close and work together in their band, but David doesn’t like Meona and the feeling is very reciprocal.
Gabri reminded Miona that he would spend time with David so that he would be successful enough to take them to Los Angeles, so he wanted to meet them.
Miona also explained to the camera why she didn’t really know how to cook or do anything else.
Her parents tried to shelter her, first from her childhood war and then from post-war poverty in Serbia.
Although it was very sweet, it meant that she had to learn a few things if she could help prepare multiple meals.
Unfortunately, the dish I chose was frozen pasta alfredo, which (even a try-and-truth enjoyer of frozen food can tell you) is much better prepared fresh.
The results were a meal that was just edible, and Jibri’s parents were as polite and diplomatic as they could handle while eating.
Miona did not sabotage the food, but admitted on camera that she had no objection to what Gabri’s parents would expect now.
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