Signs you've been watching 'The Bachelor' for too longHere are 15 signs we’ve been on "The Bachelor" bandwagon—all 27 seasons of it—for (possibly) longer than we’d care to admit.
15. Your PDA motto is: "What happens in the ocean, stays in the ocean."
14. All of your friends' wedding rings are starting to look a bit… puny.
13. You know what Neil Lane, the person, actually looks like.
12. You get anxious anytime you hear a glass being clinked. Pavlovian responses apply to rose ceremony signals, too.
11. You're starting to think Chris Harrison should just combine roles and become the Bachelor already.
10. You expect to be asked out on date night with a written invitation.
9. You're not the least bit freaked out by emotional men. Sobbing = sexy.
8. You long for the good ol' days, before Reality Steve ruined the suspense.
7. You find yourself wondering whether you've "really made a connection" with everyone you meet.
6. You occasionally refer to your bedroom as "The Fantasy Suite."
5. You get mad when you're not getting enough "one-on-one" time with your husband/BFF/2-year-old.
4. Your home décor is influenced by Le Bachelor Mansion. Wall of tea light candles? Check. 7x10 framed photos of all the men you've dated? Check.
3. You get annoyed with friends who can't commit to a guy they've been with for 12 months. Hello! 12 weeks!
2. You've cancelled your subscription to Travel & Leisure and just get all your destination ideas from the show. Phuket, anyone?
1. You've lied to someone about how long you've been watching "The Bachelor."
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