You know you're a music fan when you hear someone say something similar to a line in a song you know and you suddenly start singing said song
You know you're a Battlefront 2 fan when you watch out for those wrist rockets
You know you're a fan when you start spinning around
You know when your a Halo fan when the Bible has so many trigger words.
"A covenant with God"
"The flood of Noah"
"It is he who will go as a forerunner"
I really wish my brain wouldn't do this.
TBH that is semi-intentional.
The biblical allusions are intended for a two-fold reason:
1: Words that connect to the bible often have a sense of grandeur and scale attached to them.
2: many of those names were started by the covenant in-universe so it adds to the religious theme of them.
(Also Bungie has a very long habbit of adding biblical allusion)
And then your science teacher puts the skeleton model away because you said "Skulls for the Skull Throne!"
You know you're a 40k fan when you refer to your friends as "Battle Brothers"(Or sisters)
I said that and now I get beat up in school lol.
They fed me to the tyranids
You know you're a Transformers fan when you see something funny about Alpha Trion swapped sparks from a male and female Hammerstrike.
You know you're a Beast Wars fan when you say "That's just prime." or "Well that's just prime!" as an actual expletive you use in conversation.
You know you're a Transformers fan when you casually listen to the 1986 movie soundtrack on Spotify, which also may just prove that I have nerves of steel, seeing as the soundtrack it, to quote the TFwiki, "So 80's it hurts."
Chocolate pigeons are way more common than Shinies tho...
you know you are a doctor who fan if you refer to every phone box as a tardis, and answer every doctor with a ‘who?’
You know your a hero factory fan when your profile is literally an evo helmet.