( Is this a multiple choice answer?)
2. You speak two languages, but can't spell in either.
( sadly very true, es verdad!)
3. You read National Geographic and recognize someone.
( Hopefully not myself! I showed up in Google once labeled as a Yanomami witch doctor!)
4. You have a time zone map next to your telephone.
(I can never remember if Venezuela is 1/2 hour ahead or behind. Thanks to HHH's private time zone!)
5. You consider a city 500 km away to be "very close".
6. You watch nature documentaries, and think about how good that animal would taste if it were fried.
(Oh yes! PETA loves me! I have eaten alligator, worms, grubs, parrots, rodents, danto, and monkey)
7. You can cut grass with a machete, but can't start a lawnmower.
( Used to anyway)
8. You speak with authority on the subject of airline travel.
( It's terrible)
9. You have friends from, or in, 29 different countries.
10. You do your devotions in another language.
11. You sort your friends by continent.
(And a few islands as well)
12. You realize that furlough is not a vacation.
13. You know how to pack.
( I stay packed)
14. Fitting 15 or more people into a car seems normal to you.
( Have done so in an Isuzu Trooper MANY times!)
15. You refer to gravel roads as highways.
( Well YEAH!)
16. You haggle with the checkout girl for a lower price.
(What? You're not supposed to???)
17. You don't think that two hours is a long sermon.
(Just getting started.)
18. You have a name in at least two different languages, and it's not the same one.
(I do! I even have an internet name!)
19. You feel you need to move after you've lived in the same place for a month.
( more like every two years for me)
20. You cruise the Internet looking for fonts that support your "native" language's alphabet.
(Spanish is easy, Ye'kwana? Not so much!)
I am sure many of these apply to other ex-pats and not only Missionaries. Can you add a few of your own to the list?
UPDATE: Make sure and read the comments for some great additions to the list!