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Quiz: Which J'Daughter are you?


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I am Jessa apparently..

Only question that didn't roll for me was the sibling question. I don't have any, so I'm all of the answers!

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I totally see myself in Jinger and that's what I got. She's always been my favorite though and I actually might have her be the only Duggar I'd send a gift to (if Daddy ever lets her grow up).

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Jana.

Of course I'm Jana. That actually makes perfect sense to me.

i'm jana as well! it makes a lot of sense to me, because if my parents had stayed in religion and managed to quash my spirit, i would probably be exactly like her.

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I'm Jana, and TLC are liars.

Just like Michelle, you are a nurturer. Always helping your older sisters with projects and keeping your younger siblings out of trouble, you are responsible and family-oriented. But that doesn't mean you don't make time to pursue your own interests. As a veteran midwife, Jana has as a fulfilling career. Though she may not be the most outspoken Duggar daughter, when asked, she doles out great advice.

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Well, some of the questions were based on what others think about you.

Maybe all of us surprise Jills present as nice. I have a naturally smiling face, so people always think I'm approachable.

I once had an elderly, large lady ask me to apply her seat belt on an airplane flight= Yes, I crawled on the floor and helped engage that belt. MY kids said, "mom that's what the attendant is for. Next time, hit the call button."

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I don't think anyone has ever though, you know who I think is nice? Treemom. She is the nicest. I do nice things, and I am a quite thoughtful person, but in general I don't think people see me as nice. Gregarious, listener, and deeply care about the people around me yes. Nice. No.

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Jill is an outspoken woman whose beliefs are very important to her. She has a very strong personality and is very enthusiastic about the things that excite her.

Nah, clearly no one here is Jill. ;)

I'm actually not surprised there are a lot of Jill results, seeing how this is a board full of outspoken people. I just think that most of the Jills here have probably learned to have a strong personality without being overbearing.

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I got Jana as well. Knowing me, it somewhat makes sense, but I also know that I can be, and often am, a lot like Jessa (sarcastic, blunt, etc.)

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Interesting that no one has gotten anything but the four oldest, or Josie.... Do they just not have enough info to put out the other girls as options?

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Jill is an outspoken woman whose beliefs are very important to her. She has a very strong personality and is very enthusiastic about the things that excite her.

Nah, clearly no one here is Jill. ;)

I'm actually not surprised there are a lot of Jill results, seeing how this is a board full of outspoken people. I just think that most of the Jills here have probably learned to have a strong personality without being overbearing.

LOL- good point.

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LOL- good point.

Yeah, I don't see any of you as Jill's. We are a strong group of Janas, Jingers, and Jennifers IMHO :D

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I've tried the quiz a few times with different answers and I'm only getting the Big 4 and Josie. I guess those are the only daughters that matter right now.

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