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Not so fast! Jinger Duggar knows the rules that her parents have implemented when it comes to the opposite sex, but she and her fiance Jeremy Vuolo apparently march to the beat of their own drum.

Need proof? He had his arm around her in front of her parents (oh, the horror!).

On Tuesday's episode of "Counting On," much of the time was devoted to the budding romance between Jinger, 22, and her beau. Jinger's dad, though, doesn't seem to be quite as sold on the man as his daughter is.

On the episode, the two did a lot of "side-hugging," as regular hugging isn't allowed. Jeremy also wasn't afraid to have very normal physical contact with Jinger, as in touching her shoulder.

"Jeremy and I have our own set of rules for the courtship, and our own standards that we desire," she said when producers asked about his arm being around her. Jeremy, though, a former soccer pro, simply played dumb, saying he didn't know the so-called rules of "most courtships."

During an visit to Jeremy's hometown of Laredo, Texas, as well as his home, Jim Bob seemed somewhat irked when his daughter marveled at his man's "massive bed."

"It's kind of like you're on the gas pedal, and I'm on the brake pedal. You're still getting to know each other. You're at two months -- two months and counting," Jinger's dad later told the couple. "I just don't think they're at the place to swap spit yet."

Also during the visit, dear old dad said he warned Jeremy about his daughter's shopping habits, encouraging him to get a second job. He also took them to a pawn shop that had an exorbitant amount of engagement rings.

"Don't get any ideas now," he said as his daughter eyed the rings, later telling the camera, "I didn't want them trying on ring sizes or anything at this point."

On a previous episode, Jinger's siblings felt she was a little too infatuated with her man.

"I don't think I'm driving people nuts with it," she said. "I just think it's, when you're in love, everybody knows about it. I think everybody will understand when they get to that place themselves."