1. You appreciate the value in a good sale.
2. You're in bed by 8:30 p.m., and see nothing wrong with that.
3. Seriously, why would someone throw a party on a work night anyway?
4. You start sympathizing more with the parents from your favorite childhood movies.
5. You never go outside with your hair wet -- that's just asking for a cold!
6. You gasp when you see someone without a coat in slightly chilly weather.
7. You always use coasters.
8. You've started paying questionably close attention to vacuum commercials.
9. You find yourself chastising others -- but it's for their own good.
10. You've become an expert guilt-inducer.
11. You have a bag stocked with snacks and first aid on you at all times.
12. You can't help but crack up at dad jokes -- especially your own.
13. You take Yelp reviews very seriously.
14. Your smoothies are more green and less ice cream
15. You slowly realize all of your favorite shows air on CBS.
16. You have your own bulk store membership card.
17. You suddenly understand the obvious importance of a savings account.
18. You're the sounding board for sage advice in your friend group.
No matter how many times you insisted you'd be different from your parents when you grew up, it's only a matter of time before you inevitably realize as an adult that you're really not that different.
All your mom's mannerisms and the corny ways your dad purposefully mispronounces words will make their way into your own personality and — just like all those times you weren't allowed to have ice cream for breakfast — there really isn't anything you can do about it.
Most try to their best to avoid it, some choose to spend their life in denial and others embrace it proudly. If you find yourself with any of these symptoms, it might already be too late.