‘Counting On’: Jinger Duggar Reveals a Fun Fact That Sets Her Apart From the Rest of the Duggar Family
Jinger Duggar shares a lot with her social media followers. But it turns out there are some things they don’t know about her. The Counting On star took to Instagram on May 14 to share a few fun facts about herself that might be news to most people.
The trait that sets Jinger Duggar apart from her siblings
In her post, Jinger revealed six facts about herself. One is something that sets her apart from her parents and 18 siblings: She’s left-handed.
“I’m the only person in my family who is left-handed,” the 26-year-old wrote.
Jinger might be the only Duggar who isn’t right-handed, but it sounds like that won’t be the case for long. “It seems like Lissy favors her left hand, too!” Jinger wrote.
Jinger can also ride a unicycle and loves black licorice
In addition to letting people know that she’s left-handed, Jinger also shared that she has a pretty unique talent: She can ride a unicycle. The skill might seem hard to master, but “it’s actually easier than you may think!” she wrote.
The mom of one, who is married to Jeremy Vuolo, also opened up about her love of a divisive candy.
“My favorite candy is black licorice,” she confessed. “I’ve found there are two kinds of people in this world: those who love black licorice and those who hate it, no neutrals.”
In addition, the former Arkansas resident shared that, just like her big sister Jill, she can play the harp, though she says she’s “not fantastic” on the instrument. (Jinger also plays piano.) Plus, she’s a big fan of puzzles, a hobby she’s been digging into during the coronavirus (COVID-19) quarantine, as she’s talked about on her social media in the past.
Jinger also shared that Galatians 2:20 is the Bible verse that “has been most encouraging to me recently.”
Jinger’s husband Jeremy Vuolo also shared a few fun facts about himself
Like his wife, Jinger’s husband Jeremy also decided to share a few facts about himself with his Instagram followers, including his favorite childhood food (shrimp cocktail) and that his right leg is about ½-inch shorter than his left.
The Pennsylvania native also revealed that he’s still a die-hard supporter of his hometown teams.
“I’m a Philly sports fan,” the former pro soccer player wrote. “Recently, I’ve actually been contemplating getting baseball hats from the teams of each city I’ve lived. Is that bad?”
Vuolo confessed that he’s more of an early bird than a night owl. “I’m most productive in the morning; can’t do work late at night. I’d rather wake up at 5am to finish a project than stay up until 11 doing it,” he said.
As for a Bible verse, the seminary student had a hard time choosing just one, but did highlight Isaiah 6:1-5 as one of his favorites.
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