There are many signs of being a Chronicloid, for example, being able to recite the story of how Austin Montgomery got Bryce Cotton a scholarship to Providence or knowing that any reference to "the Chron" should be met with a response of "Don't call it that." But 'Cloiddom can cross over into addiction, as many of us (and our significant others) can attest to. Here are ten warning signs that you may be suffering from CC addiction. Treatment for this "chrondition" involve regular visits to ITV, Bleacher Report, and kentuckysportsradio.com. This won't do anything to cure your addiction, but it will make you feel a lot better about it.
Ten Signs You May Be Addicted to Card Chronicle
• You have shortcuts to CC on your home computer, your office computer, your smart phone, your iPad, and the BlackBerry your boss makes you carry.
• You wear your CCBM to the mall, the doctor's office, and church.
• You own more than three T shirts featuring CC memes such as the interrobang, #bringchickentothebucket, and "Hey! Do you read my blog?"
• When your kid mentions Santa, your mental image is not of the guy at the North Pole.
• In conversation, someone makes a point that resonates with you and you shout "Rec'd!"
• Your email signature is a quote from Mike Rutherford.
• Your child suffers a scraped knee or other minor injury, and you tell your spouse it's clearly "Pitino's fault."
• You name your children Hothot, GCA, and johnnyjoejohnson.
• You dress yourself, your spouse, your pets, your children, and their stuffed animals in Cardinal gear in hopes of landing the featured photo spot in the daily News and Notes post.
• You find yourself checking the CC website at 3:30 AM in case there have been any new posts or comments since 3:15.