#10: You come back from summer and in all your classes, you wonder: "Boy, these people look familiar."
#9: After four years of concept maps and speeches, you know everything about everyone, save their blood type.
#8: Too much stress and homework has turned your old brainstorms into drizzles.
#7: Your parents start saying: "Why don't you take a break from your busy schedule and call a friend?"
#6: The first person you call complains about the amount of homework.
#5: 100 minutes isn't a class period; it's the amount of sleep you get each night.
#4: Your personal philosophy becomes, "Subvert the hierarchy."
#3: You find three hours of calculus homework a night preferable to almost everything.
#2: Your favorite word is "anti-platitudinarily."
and the #1 sign that you've been in Honors too long: Andrew's jokes make sense!