the alarm clock tells you when to go to sleep.

you're not ashamed of drooling in class anymore, especially in the Structures lesson.

you know what UHU tastes like.

redbull, coffee and cokes are tools, not treats.

you've slept more than 20 hours non-stop in a single weekend.

you've listened to all your CDs in less than 48 hours.

you're not seen in public.

you lose your house keys for a week, and you don't even notice.

you've used an entire role of film to photograph the sidewalk.

you become excellent at recycling when making models.

you take notes and messages with a rapidograph and colour markers.

you see holidays only as extra sleeping time.

you've got more photos of buildings than of actual people.

you've taken your girlfriend on a date to a construction site.

you can live without human contact, food or daylight, but if you can't print, it's chaos.

when you are being shown pictures of a trip, you ask what the human scale is.

you can use Photoshop, Illustrator, and make a web page, but you don't know how to use Excel.

you refer to great architects (dead or alive) by the first name as if you knew them. (Frank, Corbu, Mies, Norman...).

you buy 50 dollars architectural magazines that you haven't read yet.

when someone offers you a BIC pen, you feel offended.