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How Well Do You Know Jim and Pam's Relationship?

Or get through this quiz without reminiscing on the greatest love story of all time.

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    Yup, Jim asked Pam if she was free for dinner and that was the official start of their love story.

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    Jim admitted that he bought Pam's engagement ring just one week after they started dating. He also made everyone's heart melt.

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    Pam temporarily decided to leave her job at Dunder Mifflin to pursue her dreams of studying graphic design at Pratt Institute.

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    What's more romantic than getting engaged at a gas station?

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    Right before he gets down on one knee, Pam jokes with Jim that Montclair, New Jersey, would have been an easier spot for them to meet up in. Little did she know...

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    During a corporate volleyball game, Pam injured her ankle and was forced to go to the hospital to get it checked out. The show hinted that during her hospital visit, Pam got the news that she was pregnant, and early in the next season they made the big reveal.

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    Jim and Pam celebrated their wedding with the rest of the office, but said their vows, just the two of them, on the Maid of the Mist boat in Niagara Falls.

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    The entire office took time off of work to invite themselves to Jim and Pam's wedding, and being the crazy bunch they are, they made the most dramatic entrance down the aisle. Forever one of the show's most iconic moments.

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    On the day that she went into labor, Pam was scared to give birth and refused to let Jim take her to the hospital until it was almost too late. Once Michael told Jim that Pam's contractions were two minutes apart, Jim made Pam finally go to the hospital.

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    When they finally were headed to the hospital, Pam realized she forgot her iPod with her birth song on it and panicked.

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    Just look at that happy family!

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    We never find out what exactly Jim said to Pam in that note. Rumor has it that John Krasinski (aka Jim) wrote a note for Jenna Fischer (aka Pam) about how special it was working with her and her reaction caught on camera was really her reaction to reading his note.

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