"Do you really eat at Chick-fil-A this much?"

My mom stares at me across the kitchen table, a copy of my banking statement in view. Every charge reads "Chick-fll-A: $6.20," and I'm somewhat proud to admit that I just hit the six-week mark without missing a day (excluding Sundays, of course) of waffle fries and chicken from everyone's favorite fast-food restaurant.

Here are a few signs you might be a Chick-fil-Aholic too:

1. Sundays are physically painful for you because you can't have Chick-fil-A.

While others are mourning the loss of a weekend on Sunday nights, you can only look forward to the joy that Monday morning will bring: chicken minis and hash browns, of course.

2. When your friends mention going to Zaxby's instead, you reconsider the friendship.

I can't believe the person you're becoming. I thought we were friends.

3. Your entire front passenger seat of your car is just a pile of these empty bags:

Excuse me while I clean my car so you have a place to sit.

4. Every time you go on a trip, you have to locate the nearest Chick-fil-A.

"Siri, find me the nearest Chick-fil-A. Pronto."

(P.S. Remind me never to venture north of Kansas.)

5. And when there isn't a Chick-fil-A nearby, you go into withdrawal.

6. The workers know you. You know the workers. The workers know what you want.

Number 5, eight-count with a sweet tea. Thank you.

7. Your friends already know that riding with you means making a quick run through the drive-thru.

Get in, loser. We're going to Chick-fil-A.

8. You have the menu memorized like it's your phone number.

Number 3? That would be a spicy chicken sandwich.

9. People start criticizing your nutritional choices, but you honestly just don't care.

Waffle fries are obviously vegetables, right?

10. "Do you ever get tired of eating there?"

Is that even a question?