You know you're a drag racer when
You know you're a drag racer when …
You know that Christmas Trees aren't just for Christmas.
You frequently practice on your reaction time at street lights.
You know that someone isn't asking for your phone number if they ask you what your dial is.
If someone asks what the index is....you don't tell them it's in the back of a book.
If the driver is using laughing, he is not getting a tooth pulled.
You know that a glide has nothing to do with slippery surfaces or sliding.
You can hear the phrase "I went in deep" without a sexual thought popping into your head.
You know that if a driver has "broken out", he is not an escaped convict.
The only reason you ever heard the word "incandescent light bulb" is because of drag racing.
You can recite the footage marks of each timing block with ease.
The number 1320 means something to you.
You know that "throwing out the laundry" has nothing to do with clothes.
You know that alcohol is good for things other than drinking.
You have seen grown men cry....but not because they're sad or overjoyed.
You love watching nitro virgins jump out of their shoes when they warm-up the top fuel cars.
S/S, T/F, T/D, A/FC, TAD and J/D mean something to you.
You know that playing in the sand is never a good thing.
You know that if someone asks "what are you trapping", they are not talking about animals.
You complain that the red, yellow and green lights are in the wrong positions on street lights.
you know peddling has nothing to do with push bikes
You are on a first-name basis with owners of every local speed shop.
You are the type of person who goes postal when you have to sit in a traffic jam for more than five minutes, yet you can spend five hours in the staging lanes.
Every stoplight becomes a practice tree to test your ability to tree the guy in the other lane's eyes out.
You wash your car like it was your firstborn child, you tend to its needs like it was your own body, you protect it like it's your family, then you drive it like you stole it.
You put a 60-foot launch pad in your backyard instead of a pool
After your garage door opens you “stage” and wait on the tree before pulling out