You know you’re JokerxHarley fan when you can relate just about every song you hear, from Paper Moon to Rammstein’s Amour, to their lives and relationship.
You know you’re a furry fan when you pull out a misshapen M&M and think ‘hey! that looks like a fox!’ rather than ‘hey! It’s heart-shaped!’ (The ‘nose’ was too pointed to be a kitty)
You know you’re a Superman fan when you’re looking at DVDs and thinking ‘huh, I wonder if this has subtitles in that language I wanted to learn. What was it again? Oh, right. Kryptonian. No, it probably doesn’t.’ (shamelessly stolen from some one else)
You know you’re an anime fan when you can pull out evidence from anything you read or watch to support a relationship for any two random characters. I was watching Thundercats one time and had a shipping moment for Cheetara & Snarf. shudder
Who wants to take bets that this thread dies a quick death like all the other ones I’ve started?
Silver Tyger Girl, you are a geek. But a cute geek, so that’s okay.
You know you’re a City of Heroes fan when you try to classify every fictional character you know of into the game’s class sytem. I’ve spent more time than I rationally should trying to figure out how to best represent an Elite Beat Agent in CoH.
You know you’re an Elite Beat Agent/Guitar Hero fan when you start trying to work out the button sequences for every song you hear.
You know you’re a Doom fan when you voluntarily watch the movie. (Got it from Netflix this week.)
You know you’re a gaming fan when everything you can think of for this thread is game-related.
-You own in one form or another every single episode of TOS, TNG, DS9, and VOY, as well as all of the movies.
-You had a Star Trek themed bar mitzvah ceremony, complete with cardboard cutouts and everything.
-You still have many, many cards left over from when you used to play the Star Trek: Collectible Card Game
-You have thrown four (four!) Star Trek drinking parties, wherein the attendants play drinking games to various episodes of the shows while drinking approximations to Klingon bloodwine, Romulan Ale, Cardassian Kanar, Aldebaran Whiskey, Saurian brandy, etc, that you found and/or made.
You know you’re a Gilbert and Sullivan fan when you can sing selected songs from various operettas during casualty drills aboard your ship. And be told that they’re hitting a bit too close to home from the drill monitors.
You know you’re a Whovian when you argue, and can prove, that the Phalanx CIWS mounts should not be called R2D2s, but enslaved Daleks. Exterminate! Exterminate!