1. You envy your friend who lives in a flat with a five metre by 3 metre scrap of land in front of it because she has a garden.
2. A few hundred square feet of grass and trees packed inside streets upon streets of concrete counts as an urban green space. You forget that when you first arrived you lamented the loss of greenery like Hyde Park, Central Park or the countryside.
3. You call that scrap of land a green space, even though most of the year it consists of dead grass and dirt.
4. A 90 square metre flat sounds huge to you. "Enough to start a family!". Your mind has deleted the concept of the spacious type of housing you may have lived in.
5. You start saying "close the phone" and "close the light".
6. You read about foreign incidents of road rage caused by someone parking someone else in, look at the photo, and can't understand what all the fuss was about.
7. You lose your balance and fall over if you come across a footpath that's not one foot wide, cracked, planted with orange trees and parked upon all at the same time.
8. You snigger at people who walk their dogs.
9. You go to the laiki and are wary of produce that's marked out as not being Greek.
10. When you leave Greece and meet your friends for a coffee, you are surprised when they begin to make their excuses and leave after an hour. You had cleared three hours of your schedule for the meeting!
11. It doesn't shock you any more to see heavily pregnant women chain smoking and drinking.
12. You get so used to life in Athens that you venture out alone late at night on the weekends in London and end up scared sh*tless that you'll get stabbed, mugged, punched, groped or vomitted upon.
13. You get so used to life in Athens that you try to make small talk with people on the tube in London and get looked at like you're crazy.
14. You can answer questions on University Challenge that the anally retentive toffs from Eton and Cambridge can't, like what is a dodekahedron and what is paraskavedekatriaphobia, and your family turns and looks at you like you're a genius.
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