If you learned "yeah" before you learned "yes."
If you were a late talker and learned a lot from the Beatles and you later use the Beatles as your spokesmen and are fluent in "Beatlespeak." You can hold your own in Beatle discussions quite well.
Your first car had a bumper sticker that said, "Honk if you love the Beatles" and you get lots of honks even when you aren't on the freeway!
If "If I Fell" ever brings tears to your eyes. What a beautiful song!
If you think of "I've Got a Feeling" and "One After 909" whenever you see and hear trains.
You are always the first person to hear a Beatle song.
You recognize every song within the first note.
You think "Imagine" should be the world anthem.
You can always find Beatle lyrics to fit any occasion.
You use lines from Beatle songs as well as songs to support your candidate during a campaign or anti-war march.
Your idea of classical music is a Paul McCartney ballad and his Oratorio.
You get moved when you hear some of Paul's beautiful love songs.
The first CD you play on that DVD/CD player is a Beatles CD.
Before you get up, you hit "play" on your tape or CD player to hear a Beatle tune. The Beatles are your alarm clock.
Your neighbors know when you're throwing a party because of the Beatle music.
Your idea of fun is to have folks over for a Beatles party. You love watching Beatle movies in theaters so you can sing along and cheer for the Fab 4 and others join in and it's like a Beatles party.
You pop a Beatle CD in the car CD player and folks always know when you're coming because they can hear Beatle music.
You take Beatle CDs with you so if you're in somebody's car and they have a CD player, you can pop in a good CD.
The first songs you learned to play by ear are Beatle songs.
You actually have sung Beatle songs in your sleep and have lived through the embarrassment of others telling you about it the next morning! (The song was "She Loves You." I was 16 at the time)
When you sing Beatle songs instead of lullabyes to babies. I've done that. Kids you've been with can recognize Beatle songs and can identify each Beatle thanks to you. You have exposed them to culture. Kids you took care of in the neighborhood tell you years later that you introduced them to the Beatles and they still love them.
You teach children Beatles songs as part of cultural history. Culture is defined as "Beatles."
You tell kids you've taken care of Beatle themed "fractured" fairy tales and they love them!
Your immediate family becomes Beatle experts by default thanks to you
You find it SHOCKING that anyone could miss a Beatle question on a quiz show and everybody you know says you should be on for Beatle questions.
People always think of you when matters Beatle come up. You get calls from folks who have a Beatle question and they immediately turn to you for the answers.
You might be a Beatles fan if you have ever danced in stores whenever a Beatles' song is played over the sound system.
You unconsiously start to dance whenever you hear the Beatles.
Your idea of a great historical figure is any and all of the Beatles.
You absolutely LOVE stories about the Beatles.
You include the Beatles in short stories you had to write for assignments.
You did your senior project on the Beatles.
You do a term paper on John Lennon as a history assignment, which was to do a research paper about an influential figure in the 1960s. Later that semester, you do a final paper on the Beatles' 1964 visit to America to satisfy the assignment of writing a term paper about a significant event in the 1960s.
You love doing reviews of Beatle collections, books, videos and recordings on amazon.com.
You type in time to some Beatles music you have playing while you are playing on your computer.
You suggested that your friends give their dogs Beatle themed names when you were a child. One actually did!
You suggest that your friend nickname her new Honda SUV "the Beatle Bus."
Your idea of fine fashion for men are Beatle coiffure; Edwardian suits and Beatle boots. Your idea of high fashion is being well groomed and having a cool Beatle fringe. Beatle haircuts catch your eye and are your idea of beautiful.
You haven't seen your forehead in years.
You practice that cool hair toss thing the Beatles did so well.
If you gave your dolls Beatle haircuts.
Your idea of getting all dressed up includes wearing Beatle buttons.
History started on February 7, 1964 the day the BEATLES CAME TO AMERICA!
Television history officially began on February 9, 1964 when the Beatles first appeared on Ed Sullivan.
The first DVD you put in your new DVD player is a Beatles DVD.
Your idea of fun is watching the Beatles' video of their 1964 American tour. In fact, your idea of fun is watching Beatle footage.
Your idea of a timeless classic in movies is "A Hard Day's Night."
If you are sick in bed at home, your idea of fun is watching Beatle cartoons and reading your favorite Beatle biographies.
The only reason you watched the 2002 Superbowl was to see Sir Paul.
You will sit through anything
, including Howard Stern and Jay Leno just to see Paul McCartney.
Folks remind you to watch the Oscars because Paul McCartney will be on.
You notice any mention, reference, spoof on or even SUGGESTION of the Beatles in any show you watch. You even know which episodes of your favorite shows mention the Beatles or even allude to them!
If you have two Beatles calendars, one for home and the other for work.
You know you are a Beatles' fan when you make a Ring 'O Lantern. (At work in 2001 everybody got construction paper to make jackolanterns to decorate their cubicles with. I made a Ring' O' Lantern. It won.
For Christmas 2000 you receive the Beatles' Anthology and that's the only gift you can remember getting because it was such an ideal, wonderful choice.
You insist on buying a certain product because it has a picture of the Beatles on it.
You doodle pics of the Beatles on your notebooks.
Your favorite uncle jokingly refers to you as his "Beatle niece" and even thinks of you whenever he hears the Beatles.
Your favorite uncle had a horse and his friend gave his horse a Beatles "fringe" and your uncle couldn't wait to show you because he knew you love the Beatles.
You think "Ringo" whenever anybody says ring.
You immediately think of "Paul" whenever anybody mentions knighthood.
You think eBay is another name for a cyber Beatles store.
If folks who told you you would "outgrow" the Beatles (can one do such a thing and why would they want to even if it were possible) have been proven wrong.
If your room as a child/teen was wall to wall Beatle pictures, posters and the like and folks refer to it as "the Beatles' room."
If in adult life, you have an awesome Beatles collection and if anything, your interest has intensified and folks respect your knowledge of Beatle related matters.
If you have framed Beatles posters gracing the walls and Beatle dolls, ceramic Beatles and some other really cool paraphrenalia to delight the eyes of guests in your home.
If your Beatle collection has ever been on display in the main branch of your town's library. (Mine was).
You think "great" and "Beatles" are redundant, e.g. "great Beatle song/movie/CD," etc.
You can't get anybody to play Beatlemania (a 1984 board game like Trivial Pursuit with a Beatles theme) because EVERYBODY you know thinks you have an unfair advantage.
You use the Beatles to end a flame war on another discussion board (in 2000). You say to a troll/Blue Meanie, "do you like the Beatles?" and from there, segue into some good Beatle discourse. You use that approach every time a flame war crops up and the Beatles are a good way to douse cyber flames. Remember, All You Need is Love and Give Peace a Chance. (The Beatles really did have a line for everything)!