Also known as #TCKProblems and TCKBlessings. Enjoy!
1. Your favourite season depends on where in the world you are.
2. You have a love hate relationship with rain.
3. You know sodas taste different in different regions.
4. You have a favorite soda flavor that only exists in certain places.
5. You speak one language really well, but you can get by in about five more.
6. People tell you that you have a weird accent.
7. Your accent (and vocabulary) changes depending on who you're talking with.
Speaking to a Brit? You totally have some strange combination of an American and British accent, bruv.
Speaking in your mother tongue? You suddenly have no accent (OR often a really bad American accent!)
8. When you go to a restaurant that serves food from a particular country/culture, people ask you what's good.
9. When someone speaks to you in "broken" English, you know exactly what they're saying.
Everyone else: LOLOLOLOL
You: Aw, I'm sorry your feet are hurting. Would you like to sit down?
10. You have ten different sim cards from ten different countries, saved with you somewhere, just in case you ever go back.
11. You know that love knows no race.
12. Your favourite TV shows and movies consist of Korean dramas, Japanese horror films, Bollywood movies, and of course, general Hollywood.
Everyone else: o_O
13. Your friend group is as different as the rainbow in terms of religion and race.
14. You know there is nothing harder in this world than saying goodbye to the friends who have become family.
15. The 2nd hardest thing in this world is answering the question, "Where are you from?"
16. People think you're spoiled because you've traveled the world at such a young age.
17. You know all the secret hot spots in all the major airports.
18. You had a frequent flyer card since you were super young.
19. You have a favourite airport...
20. ... And a favourite terminal at that airport.
21. Thinking of settling down somewhere in the future either scares you to bits or gives you peace of mind. Or both.
Or: You can't wait to spend the rest of your life in one country, one city, one town, and one house that you can finally call "home".