You re-wear all of your clothes, including underwear, at least twice
You know how to say hello and thank you in at least 15 languages
The shoes you brought from home broke or were stolen months ago. Now you live in $2 flip flop -- which you consider expensive
Your life fits in 6 plastic bags in your backpack
You smoke, but every time you light up, you announce to anyone in ear shot that you really only smoke when you're traveling
Spicy food is also a good way to clean your stomach
You have intense cravings for Burger King...even though you're "mostly a vegetarian" back home
Tuk-tuk and taxis say hello instead of "tuk-tuk sir?"
You have at least five currencies in your wallet at any given time
Your passport has a unlimited stay at any embassy but you can provide copies ;)
You no longer really care about the answers to questions like, "Where are you from?" and, "How long are you traveling?" but ask them automatically.
You no longer remember your address but your passport number
You have no idea what day of the week it is, but you know how many days until your visa expires
You can fix all your injuries with water and lipstick.
You can name the national beer of choice from every place you've been
If it was only you, you'd have 6 wives, 4 children, 5 houses and I'm counting only moms proposals for their daughters.
Whenever you come across a roll of toilet paper, you take half with you
Last time you bought soap and toothpaste was 6 month ago before a 10 days trek because you knew free accommodation doesn't provide any of them
You are fluent in several languages: US (tank top), UK (vest), and Australian (singlet) English
You no longer drink as hell because you like to wake up early and see the town waking up.
You love airports. They have the best coffee and bathrooms! (Lexie, US girl)
You already have a pre-thought answers to all questions and tricky technics from apparently friendly tuk-tuk, city guides and children.
You have gotten great at goodbyes but still hate them
Home currency isn't your reference anymore. You still think in filipino pesos or lao kip.
You've had amazing conversations using only pointing, miming and facial expressions
When your friend don't want to believe your stories because Discovery Channel didn't mention this and "man vs wild" looks like Winnie the pooh.
Things like emergency exits and seat belts are no longer a priority.
Chuck Norris asked you for directions
Hostel discard piles are as good as H&M
An instant noodles soup is worth it!
You begin at least two sentences a day with “When I was in… “ or « My friend from… »
You lust after fast internet (for uploading photos) and 3G has the best speed ever
You can recite the safety speech of an air plane and you know the differences between the companies
Your have never used the mosquito net you packed (Lexie)
You never had mosquito net because mosquitoes are your travel mates now... (Nico)
You make lifelong friends with people you meet for a few hours
When you stopped counting how many month you're travelling for
You feel inappropriate in shorts that are just slightly above the knee
Sleeping with a girl/guy is no longer an achievement but a good way to save money on accommodation
You know how to order traditional dishes that aren't even on the menu
Back home you know how to drive cars, asian motorbikes, western motorbikes, small buses, traditional boats of several countries, tuk-tuk, horse carts and you never worried about a licence.
You have used plants and other homeopathic remedies because you know they'll be more effective than the local doctor
You take planes like your previous boss takes the subway
You get cold when it's 24 degrees Celsius (you're American and use Celsius)
$1 is expensive. ( <troll>You're French and you realize it's not even 1€ </troll>)
You own one or more of the following: fake Ray Bans, hippie pants, cheap trekking shoes, local beer logo shirts, beaded bracelets
You can use forks and spoons in a dozen ways according to the country you're thinking about
Because 50 is nice but now you're here so... "Why not keep going"?
You realized long ago that there is a huge difference between long term travel and vacation. Travel is a ton more work and much less glamorous, but you wouldn't trade it for the fanciest all-inclusive resort in the world.
If you lost your pack, you could be totally comfortable with only your day pack
You have a blog. Last update? Six months ago.
Your Facebook news feed is dominated by people you met two weeks ago
You can organise your tasks in two categories. Online, offline.
You have photos of yourself scuba diving, rock climbing, trekking, and getting wasted
A simple lace looks like a hundred features tool to you
Gchat has been replaced by Facebook messenger and whatsapp
You spent nights in the middle of nowhere but you know where is "nowhere"
You know your a traveler when you miss hot showers and your family equally
You didn't talk to your mom for weeks and she's fine with that
You’re planning one trip while on another
There are at least ten different songs that take you back to ten different places with a tear in your eye and a smile on your face.
You have a collection of SIM cards from around the world and you keep all of them, just in case…
You have an irrational love of flags
You’re named after a city/country :p
The local friend you met on the road surprises you by visiting you… on the road.
You have no route but an expiration day on your visa
Your friends go back home and say "I use drawers" and you use Google image to remind you how drawer looks like!
You're back home for 4 days and you didn't get your backpack empty. 'Cause you know... we never know :p I even found myself putting back the toothbrush in the plastic bag this morning!