...watching the "wild kingdom" inspires you to write a cookbook.
...you think the head of the united nations is boudreaux/ boudreax-guillory.
...you think a lobster is a crawfish on steroids.
...you think ground hog day and boucherie day are the same holiday.
...you take a bite of 5-alarm Texas chili and reach for the Tabasco.
...fred's lounge in mamou means more to you than the grand ole opry.
...you pass up a trip abroad to go to the crawfish festival in breaux bridge.
...your children's favorite bedtime story begins "first you make a roux..."
...your description of a gourmet dinner includes the words "deep fat fried."
...your mama announces each morning, "well, I've got the rice cooking-what will we have for dinner?"
...you greet your long lost friend at the Lafayette international airport with "iiiiieeeeeee!"
...you sit down to eat boiled crawfish and your host says "don't eat the dead ones" and you know what he means.
...you don't know the real names of your friends, only their nicknames.
...you gave up Tabasco for lent.
...you know the difference between zatarains, zeringue, and zydeco.
...your dog thinks the bed of your pickup is his kennel.
...any of your dessert recipes call for jalapenos.
...you consider Opelousas the capital of the state, and Lafayette the capital of the nation.
...you think the four seasons are: duck, rabbit, deer, squirrel.