You know you program too much if...

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computableeCreated:
Post what you think is an indicator that you do too much programming! It can be serious, it can be humorous... it's up to you! I'll start: You know you program too much if you count like 0, 1, 2... instead of 1, 2, 3...

You know you program too much when you make games that are designed to tutor a friend who's failing his classes. #truestory

When you make a thread about it to convince yourself that you're not the most insane person here.

You know you program too much when you start your sentences with "void main cout stream in".

When you make a thread about it to convince yourself that you're not the most insane person here.

When you start counting in hexadecimal when playing music (true story)

When you make a thread about it to convince yourself that you're not the most insane person here.
Owch.

When every time you see the number 10 you think it's 2.(all the time lol)

When you know tons of bad "I do too much programming" jokes.

When you interpret sentences in the most literal sense possible (like an interpreter would). "Phil, did you take the clothes out of the washer?" "Yes mom, just like you asked." "Did you re-load the washer?" "No? Why? You didn't ask me to." "It's implied!" "You didn't ask me to!" "Stop being so literal!" "I did exactly what you asked!" "That's your problem, Phil!" bruh

if you think "you know you x too much when x" is an acceptable structure outside of the spoken word.
2
What's a 2.

What's a 2.
Press 2 lumage

When you interpret sentences in the most literal sense possible (like an interpreter would). "Phil, did you take the clothes out of the washer?" "Yes mom, just like you asked." "Did you re-load the washer?" "No? Why? You didn't ask me to." "It's implied!" "You didn't ask me to!" "Stop being so literal!" "I did exactly what you asked!" "That's your problem, Phil!" bruh
sounds like you're just lazy

sounds like you're just lazy
That's part of it.

You know you program too much when you start your sentences with "void main cout stream in".
I think you mean int main(int argc, char* argv[]) { cout <<

I think you mean int main(int argc, char* argv[]) { cout <<
But this is C++. Command line args aren't necessary. void main() { cout << I think this is what R3C0RD was going for.

I think you mean int main(int argc, char* argv[]) { cout <<
But this is C++. Command line args aren't necessary. void main() { cout << I think this is what R3C0RD was going for.
+1 for smart Persson. --- You know you program too much when your sentences sound like variable assignments.

You know you program too much if you start judging the day to day applications you use, for not containing features that you know would make the application better and more efficient

When you count with binary with your hands

You know you program too much when
• You're writing an essay and you write PRINT "(random essay topic)"
• When you finish and write END at the bottom.