#1 You “Own” World Of Warcraft
Since the beginning of time (aka computer games), you’ve “owned” World Of Warcraft and even up until now, still play it on a weekly basis, eliminating noobs and even your 10-year-old cousin.
You may not think you’re so close to the form of technology but you likely freak out when there isn’t GPS in a car while you’re on vacation.
Though you pay no attention to how it affects your Facebook and Twitter feeds, you check-in everywhere. That includes your bed and your work desk.
What films are your ultimate cult classics? Duh, obviously the Matrix Trilogy and The Social Network. Any other movies with hackers come close though.
Instead of being resorted to a simple desktop of laptop, you’ve connected add-ons such as multiple monitors, keyboards and mice but you don’t own one single mouse pad.
Instead of texting, you communicate with your significant other and friends and family via Twitter, Facebook and Tumblr. Your tweet about remembering to pick up milk at the store got six re-tweets.
Remember when Facebook timeline didn’t exist not too long ago? Of course you don’t; you had a developer’s page way before and had the coolest cover photo ever (two tigers fighting each other).
Not to mention Sleeptime.org, DOS key shortcuts and how to jailbreak a phone. They’re not forms of useless information to you but rather vital tools for your lifestyle.
#9 You Think Books Are Old-Fashioned
You don’t own the paperback collection of Game Of Thrones that costs $19.99 on Amazon, but you do own a Nook and a few Kindles with the series in your expansive digital libraries.
Wherever you go, you need to know if there’s free wi-fi, no matter if you’re in a shopping mall bathroom, hospital, park or even a movie theater.
The paid apps list on your mobile phone is your go-to whenever you have a lunch break and you’re not afraid to test out unknown apps so you can claim you knew that Ninja Duck II was a hit from the start.
Instead of resorting to Google, Yahoo or even a daily newspaper, your trusty source of info at 7AM is Engadget. A techy has to know his tech stuff, right?
#13 Your Diet Is Special
Depending on your personality, your diet either consists of expensive foods and new creations or the standard beef jerky and potato chips meets Mountain Dew combination.
The common person knows what a GameBoy, GameBoy Colour and GameBoy Advance is, but most don’t even know what a Vita is. You do; and chances are, you own a few games for it as well.
You have a Blackberry/iPhone for work and another for play – mostly to keep you company or for when you’re home and have nothing to do between commercials during a new episode of Mad Men.