Ree Drummond enjoys giving her fans a look at her life on the family ranch in Osage County, Oklahoma. But there are certain moments that leave folks laughing with her, as she realized in a new post to Instagram on March 8.
In a short video clip posted to the social media platform, followers saw the TV personality riding in an ATV alongside her husband Ladd. The duo used the vehicle to heard cattle across their land, which viewers have seen multiple times on her cooking show The Pioneer Woman. But Ladd’s driving left Ree a bit shaken, causing her to break a rule she set for herself in the weeks leading up to Easter.
“Oh my gosh, oh gosh, oh s—. S—, honey!” fans heard her scream. “Honey, I gave up cussing for Lent!”
She later pointed to Ladd for her accidental slipup, captioning the snippet: “It’s Ladd’s fault, not mine.”
After seeing Ree’s hilarious post, fans understood why she was uncensored during the heart-pumping experience and many let her know in the comments section.
“Cussing when working cows doesn’t count. Jesus understands,” one person wrote on Instagram. “At least you are transparent, He will understand!” another agreed. “😂😂😂 When working cows, swear words don’t count. So, you are still on track 😍,” a different user noted.
It seems like Ree is not afraid to display different parts of her persona that folks might not spot on TV, even if it’s yelling at her husband. But like viewers know, the Food Network star has no problem giving glimpses of her farm life. What’s more, just a day earlier on March 7, she posted a photo of the family hard at work on the Drummond Ranch … with the help of a furry friend as well.
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