They don’t know that we know they know that the entire world has seen at least one episode of Friends. But it takes a special person to know and admit and embrace their love of the show, that premiered 20 years ago today. If the words “unagi,” “pivot” and “How you doin’?” have special meaning in your life, welcome to the club. Here’s what you might run into in your everyday life, thanks to the hit show.
When you see a UV light, you think of this:
If you or someone you’re with has a bad running style, you hope no one is looking.
If you want to tell someone to f*ck off, you keep it clean.
You’re torn between Regina Phalange and Princess Consuela Banana Hammock as your favourite aliases. (Though Crap Bag is also pretty good.)
You know that the dude who threw away Ross’ leftover moistmaker was named Donald.
You refer to the love of your life the way Phoebe referred to Ross and Rachel.
When you’ve overeaten at a meal, you wish you had your Thanksgiving pants.
This is what you scream when you’re moving big pieces of furniture around:
You know all the answers from the trivia game Rachel, Monica, Chandler and Joey played in the Season 4 episode,”The One with the Embryos.”
You know that Ross can’t count Mississippi-ly
You know all the words to “Smelly Cat.”
It’s also the only song you know how to play on the guitar, which you learned from Phoebe’s tried-and-true method:
Whenever someone orders unagi, you automatically say:
Your happy dance is exactly like Chandler’s.
It never fails, you do the four claps during the opening sequence or whenever you hear the song.
You know The Routine.
When people around you are getting too loud, you do this:
What you say when you’re trying to speak a foreign language.
Whenever you see something that freaks you out, you scream:
You can be a little selfish at times. And it’s ok.
If something tastes gross, you know how to act like everything’s alright: