18 Ways "Fallout" Has Ruined You For Life
Are you a lone wanderer in a pre-apocalyptic world?
The sight of a real-world bottle cap has given you — if even for a moment — a jolt of excitement.
You might've even started to treat them like actual currency.
You have an insatiable desire to collect trash.
When you see a dumpster, your first thought is, "I wonder what sort of treasures are hidden inside that trash bin."
In fact, you want a lot of things you don't need just because they exist.
And then you shudder when you realize you've become the very thing you hate most.
Your sass level is at an all-time high, no matter how high your intelligence is.
And you've become more straightforward in your conversations with people.
Especially with your rivals.
Some might say you're downright ruthless.
More than ever before, you believe that what doesn't kill you makes you stronger. Case in point: dirty water.
Sometimes, you feel like you're the only sane person in a world full of feral ghouls.
But that doesn't stop you from pretending to be one of them.
You wish more people were like Easy Pete.
The indecision that's plagued you for a lifetime is now more severe than ever.
Especially when there's a task at hand.
The game's deep open world has convinced you that you really can do anything you set your mind to.
And even though you spent countless hours indoors wandering the wasteland, you ~sort of~ see the value of going outside now and again.
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