Community Post: 24 Signs You Have Problems Separating TV From Reality
2. And sometimes you get a little carried away…
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3. You view real life situations through the eyes of the television story world.
4. You refer to television actors by their characters’ names more often than their real ones.
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5. You have one character on TV that you see as representing YOU.
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6. Or at least you have a TV friend group you’re secretly a part of.
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7. In fact, sometimes you duck out of plans with your real friends to spend time with your other “Friends.”
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8. At times you purposely talk like you’re on a sitcom.
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9. Except you forget that delivering killer one-liners can actually make other people feel bad.
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10. You’re convinced you could solve a legit crime after a CSI/SVU/Law & Order/Criminal Minds marathon.
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11. You’ve still retained some of the messages you learned on TV growing up.
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NO SMOKING, STEPHANIE JUDITH TANNER.
12. And you use them to judge other people (in real life and on TV).
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Love you Miley, but cool it.
13. You have at least one character that’s your TV significant other and you’ve called “dibs” on him/her.
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15. You sometimes forget bars and restaurants in shows are fictional.
NOBODY KNOWS YOUR NAME HERE.
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YOU WILL NEVER GET CENTRAL PERK COFFEE SERVED TO YOU BY GUNTHER.
16. You might’ve written a few spec scripts or fan fiction pieces.
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18. You use decisions by characters to justify your actions.
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20. And you use characters’ advice to solve your actual problems.
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