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Are You As Well Read As Daria Morgendorffer?
You've read enough books to have something to chat about with Daria. She's super excited to talk with you.
You and Daria are like two peas in a pod. She can't wait to call you her BFF!
You need to step it up! You've got lots of books to read!
You are AIRAD — pretty much the opposite of Daria. If you thought you had book interests like Daria, you were sadly mistaken.