You know when your suffering from Due South Withdrawal syndrome when...
- You start to put strange things in your mouth without thinking
- Your best friend asks you for advice and you start with "My father gave me and important piece of advice once. Well actually he gave me two pieces of advice, but I can't remember the first... Anyway the important one is..."
- You name your dog Diefenbaker
- You tell Inuit stories to compleat strangers
- You name your other dog Maggie
- You start to believe that there really is a Mountie and a Cop running around the streets of Chicago trying to make the world a better place.
- You look under Vecchio in the phone book to try and find Ray's phone number
- Every other sentance ends with "Thank You Kindly"
- You sing the Due South theme song in Church
- Your playing scrabble and you start spelling words like Dief, Wolf, Mountie, RCMP, Zuko, Canada Chicago, Detective, Benton, Fraser, Ray, Vecchio, Stetson, Victoria, snow, mud, Huey, Luey.
- You buy a house in Canada
- You begin to have problems in establishing reality from fiction.
- You ask you family for a Stetson for your birthday
- You ask you family for a Mountie for Christmas
- You ask you family for a Italian Detective for Valentines Day.
- You go to the Supermarket instead of a bar to find a date.
- Your doing a crossword puzzle and you start to find words that relate to Due South. Mounties, Wolves, Riv, cop, Ray, hat, snow, Inuit etc
- You put food on your forehead to bring the tempture down.
- You start to smell your food and drink to identify the ingreadents
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