i searched through the entire 6 page thread and picked out the best ones. the last two are true stories. Enjoy!
You wonder where your dog is in the house so you get within 150 meters and try to scan.
You have a real collection of headz in your refrigerator.
You refer to all the organs of your body as subsystems.
You walk into your best friends room and see him feeding his fish - you try to walk out with the fish, all the time argueing that you have some tan skinned friends who wuv them more.
Your turn on your sprinkler system to defend you house.
You don't tell the cops anything becuase you rights are protected under BETAC.
You kill a government official you took hostage, because the negotiators refused to give you unfettered access to the Sirius Jump Node.
When a tunnel collapses you suggest building a Knossos to re-open it.
When someone throws a snowball at your car, you instinctively reach for the 'equalize shields' button.
You wonder how many beam cannons the ISS is gonna have.
When you blow a tire, you try to call in a support ship.
You've attempted to recharge your Kayser in AC/DC outlets and have drained the world's power three times
When you drive a slow car, you're always looking for the button to send more power to the engines
You don't go home from work until you receive the order to return to base
You can pronounce Hatshephut properly (or even spell it!)
You tell the man with the 'end is near' sign he's wrong because the Lucifer hasn't reached Delta Serpentis yet.
When writing a report on Egyptian mythology, you refer to Ra as a "Vasudan escape pod"...
...and proceed to detail its technical schematics.
You hum the briefing music in business meetings.
You're still the only person the police have seen sweep a flashlight beam across the other guys car in a case of "Road Rage".
Co-workers scramble when you angrily make a beam warm-up noise, they know about the laser pointer.
"Like Vasuda Prime" shows up in your cursing.
-You see a recticle when you close your eyes
you refer to you parents and siblings as Alpha2, Alpha3 and Alpha 4
you refer to your friends as Delta 1-4
You have nightmares wherein you never seem to be able to make it to the jump node before Capella goes supernova
You've played FS and FS2 so much that the computer hardware stores keep a special stock of replacement CD ROM drives just for you
-You get within 150 meters of your Christmas and birthday presents to scan them
-The contents are indeterminate
-You don't open them in fear of a bomb
When you're in a car accident you either shout "Mayday! Mayday!" or "Losing systems help me out
You end up in court for asking around for space-crack, whistle and expect your pet Shivan named Carl to show up and eat the judge
you wonder about how you are on Earth even though the subspace node collapsed.
You start all your conversations, "To the Officers and Crew....."
You "scan" your junk mail before destroying it for bonus points.
Your caller i.d. is interfaced with your computer to identify callers' configuration as "Hostile" or "Friendly".
You can fly the first twenty missions by sound alone.
When there is only 15 minutes left to do a very hard test at school, you tell your friends: That was a little too close! We gotta wait 15 minutes to change our shorts!
If a supernova is ever mentioned on the TV, you jump up and scream "THE SHIVANS ARE COMING! WE'VE GOT TO CLOSE THE PORTAL!!" to everyone else in the room, then dial C-O-M-M-A-N-D on the phone.
If you hit a friend of yours, a voice echoes in your head: All units terminate the traitor.
Whenever you try something new, you say, "Tastes like Headz!"
Whenever you here "Recovery Craft" on TV you scream "send FIGHTERS!"
For years, people have been studying your odd behavior while driving, such as the fact you always use a keyboard to drive and had a CB radio installed, with which you always shout out random things.
"In Swedish-class, when the teacher asked what roman, Greek, Hindu, and Egyptian gods we knew about... Hehe! 'Um... What's that lame-*** Vasudan fighter called again... Anubis! Yep! Anubis!'"
"I was at the IMAX at the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, and I actually held up my FS2 CD's and a couple of $20 bills, and asked if they could format FS2 to play in 3D on the IMAX. The guy stared at me, then at my CD's, then at the 20 dollar bills in my hand, then back at me, and I said 'Well?' He calls security. It was hilarious!"
[This message has been edited by Carl (edited 12-22-2001).]