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I took the quiz and got:

You have aced this quiz. You are either a fervent fan of the show or just naturally great at figuring out the best ways to organize a colossal clan of people. Also, we are not overlooking the possibility that you may, in fact, be a Duggar.

I posted the results on the 19 Kids facebook page and also mentioned that IBLP is a cult. :lol:

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I got 8-10 correct and a threat that I might be a Duggar.

*checks uterus* I'm not a Duggar! The uterus is not cringing in fear.

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I got 8 out of 10 too. I'm not on Facebook are the answers posted anywhere I'd like to know which ones I missed - maybe the bedtime one and not sure about the other. Of course I only got so many right because of all the smart people here and not because I spend too much time watching TLC. :lol:

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I got an 8 out of 10, but I was surprised I didn't get higher. I think if the questions had been about the interests and talents of the individual children I'd have done better, but when it comes to their cure for hiccups or how late they are to any given event, I'm just guessing :roll:

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I got 8 out of 10 as well. I'm wondering if we should all post our answers and try and figure out which ones are right?

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Good idea! I went to check the questions, though, and the answers are in a different order than when I first took it. So using a/b/c/d is out. But here are my answers:

1) What two aspects of raising children did Michelle and Jim Bob vow to pay special attention?

-Dental health and musical education

2) When Michelle is away, who is the first choice to wrangle the little ones?

-All the older girls

3) Whom does a Duggar girl’s prospective boyfriend need to impress most?

-Jim Bob

4) How many washing machines are in the Duggar laundry room?

-Four (I'm not sure about this one)

5) How long does it take to organize the average Duggar family meeting?

-20 to 30 minutes (also not sure here)

6) How do the Duggars handle closet space for all those kids?

-One giant closet

7) Who is in charge of cooking dinner?

-An older daughter and a team of younger helpers (not sure this is right, it just seemed most likely to me with the options given...)

8) What have the Duggars found to be a can’t-miss cure for hiccups?

-(I've guessed three different options and I'm still not sure that I know the answer to this. My first try was spoonful of sugar, then a mix of salt and honey. Both times I got 8/10, so I'm sure this is one of my wrong answers.)

9) What time is bedtime?

-(I've guessed both 9pm and midnight for the older kids, earlier for the younger. Another problem question since there are a few others I wasn't sure of, but this I've changed my answers on and haven't improved my score, so.)

10) Which of these does Michelle say is the biggest logistical challenge for the family?

-Getting everyone out of the house on time for an occasion.

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Good idea! I went to check the questions, though, and the answers are in a different order than when I first took it. So using a/b/c/d is out. But here are my answers:

1) What two aspects of raising children did Michelle and Jim Bob vow to pay special attention?

-Dental health and musical education

2) When Michelle is away, who is the first choice to wrangle the little ones?

-All the older girls

3) Whom does a Duggar girl’s prospective boyfriend need to impress most?

-Jim Bob

4) How many washing machines are in the Duggar laundry room?

-Four (I'm not sure about this one)

5) How long does it take to organize the average Duggar family meeting?

-20 to 30 minutes (also not sure here)

6) How do the Duggars handle closet space for all those kids?

-One giant closet

7) Who is in charge of cooking dinner?

-An older daughter and a team of younger helpers (not sure this is right, it just seemed most likely to me with the options given...)

8) What have the Duggars found to be a can’t-miss cure for hiccups?

-(I've guessed three different options and I'm still not sure that I know the answer to this. My first try was spoonful of sugar, then a mix of salt and honey. Both times I got 8/10, so I'm sure this is one of my wrong answers.)

9) What time is bedtime?

-(I've guessed both 9pm and midnight for the older kids, earlier for the younger. Another problem question since there are a few others I wasn't sure of, but this I've changed my answers on and haven't improved my score, so.)

10) Which of these does Michelle say is the biggest logistical challenge for the family?

-Getting everyone out of the house on time for an occasion.

That's awesome. Ok, here are mine:

1) What two aspects of raising children did Michelle and Jim Bob vow to pay special attention?

- Dental health and musical education

2) When Michelle is away, who is the first choice to wrangle the little ones?

- All the older girls

3) Whom does a Duggar girl’s prospective boyfriend need to impress most?

- Jim Bob

4) How many washing machines are in the Duggar laundry room?

- One big one (I misread this one and thought it said how many laundry rooms are there, not how many washing machines)

5) How long does it take to organize the average Duggar family meeting?

- We don't even bother with those any more

6) How do the Duggars handle closet space for all those kids?

- One giant closet

7) Who is in charge of cooking dinner?

- An older daughter and a team of younger helpers (not sure this is right, it just seemed most likely to me with the options given...)

8) What have the Duggars found to be a can’t-miss cure for hiccups?

- A spoonful of sugar

9) What time is bedtime?

- Midnight for the older kids, earlier for the younger

10) Which of these does Michelle say is the biggest logistical challenge for the family?

- Getting everyone out of the house on time for an occasion.

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That's awesome. Ok, here are mine:

1) What two aspects of raising children did Michelle and Jim Bob vow to pay special attention?

- Dental health and musical education

2) When Michelle is away, who is the first choice to wrangle the little ones?

- All the older girls

3) Whom does a Duggar girl’s prospective boyfriend need to impress most?

- Jim Bob

4) How many washing machines are in the Duggar laundry room?

- One big one (I misread this one and thought it said how many laundry rooms are there, not how many washing machines)

5) How long does it take to organize the average Duggar family meeting?

- We don't even bother with those any more

6) How do the Duggars handle closet space for all those kids?

- One giant closet

7) Who is in charge of cooking dinner?

- An older daughter and a team of younger helpers (not sure this is right, it just seemed most likely to me with the options given...)

8) What have the Duggars found to be a can’t-miss cure for hiccups?

- A spoonful of sugar

9) What time is bedtime?

- Midnight for the older kids, earlier for the younger

10) Which of these does Michelle say is the biggest logistical challenge for the family?

- Getting everyone out of the house on time for an occasion.

I got 8-10 correct. Here are my answers:

1) What two aspects of raising children did Michelle and Jim Bob vow to pay special attention?

-Dental health and musical education

2) When Michelle is away, who is the first choice to wrangle the little ones?

-All the older girls

3) Whom does a Duggar girl’s prospective boyfriend need to impress most?

-Jim Bob

4) How many washing machines are in the Duggar laundry room?

-I said 3

5) How long does it take to organize the average Duggar family meeting?

-20 to 30 minutes

6) How do the Duggars handle closet space for all those kids?

-One giant closet

7) Who is in charge of cooking dinner?

-An older daughter and a team of younger helpers

8) What have the Duggars found to be a can’t-miss cure for hiccups?

- spoonful of sugar

9) What time is bedtime?

-midnight for the older kids, earlier for the younger.

10) Which of these does Michelle say is the biggest logistical challenge for the family?

-Getting everyone out of the house on time for an occasion

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I got 8-10, and "you aced it" so I think the answers are correct.

1. Dental health/musical education.

2. all the older girls

3. Jim Bob

4. Four

5. 20-30 minutes

6. one giant closet

7. older girl/younger helpers

8. spoonful sugar

9. midnight older; earlier younger

10. getting everyone out on time for something.

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I also got 8-10 correct, but guessed on at least three of them. I have no idea how many washers they have, even though I've seen the laundry room, and I just guessed than an older daughter had a team of littles to help with dinner. Also seem to remember something about standing on one's head, but I'm not sure if it's a cure for hiccups.

This quiz didn't really make Jim Bob and Michelle look good at all.

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http://www.tlc.com/tv-shows/19-kids-and ... r-quiz.htm

I tried to take this one but its only giving me 11 of the questions.

I got 8-10 on the other one. I saw one comment from someone complaining because she got 0-3 when she watches the Duggars all the time. Clearly she sees things through rose colored glasses, because as someone else pointed out, this quiz does not make Michelle and Jim Bob look good.

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Yeah, that second one will only let me see every other question... I'll click the arrow to go to the next one, nothing will happen, I'll click it again and it will skip ahead two questions. There must be something wrong with the coding :shrug:

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I got 8-10 as well.

4. I figured family meetings would take a minute to organize with the intercom system because everyone is already home.

8. With their penchant for practical jokes, scaring hiccups away is par for the course. Giving the Howlers more sugar seems like a recipe for more foolishness.

Clearly I put way too much thought into this.

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