Whether you're harmonizing to every song on the radio or obsessing over the latest Pentatonix single, one thing is for sure: you're part of the aca-family.
You have a group of friends who can harmonize with you on cue.
You pretty much live for a good harmony.
Throwing your music playlist on shuffle pretty much guarantees Pentatonix will play. A lot.
You often find yourself imagining what your favorite songs would sound like performed a cappella.
You're painfully aware of the limitations of your vocal range.
You’re a sucker for cheesy synchronized choreography.
You know how terrifying and exciting it is to audition for a group.
Singing in the shower is actually a high stakes performance for you.
You use a cappella jargon in everyday speech like it’s totally normal.
You will never forget the eternal struggle of recruiting the right balance of voice parts.
You remember every ridiculous jibberish vocal warm-up like it was yesterday.
You often find yourself singing along to way more than just the lyrics of your favorite songs.
You consider your voice to be just as valuable and legit an instrument as any.
You'll never understand why people assume your singing experience also means you'll serenade them on demand.
You always obnoxiously harmonize the hell out of “happy birthday” at every birthday party.
And road trips with you are a guaranteed sing along.
You’ve seen "Pitch Perfect" an unhealthy number of times.
And you can easily quote almost the entire thing.
You appreciate a killer a cappella arrangement more than anyone, especially when it involves a mash-up of any kind.
Having to enunciate all those ridiculous syllables for songs has trained you into quite the articulate speaker. Even though most people still don't get it.
You can easily waste hours on YouTube watching college a cappella groups.
You've experienced firsthand the aca-magical adrenaline rush of singing for a crowd.
You have the unbreakable bond of an aca-family that you will cherish forever.
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