1. You are a Ghanaian if you unwrap all your gifts carefully, so that you can reuse the wrapping.
2. You don’t have genuine Tupperware , only use margarine, ice-cream and yoghurt tubs.
3. You call an older person you’ve never met before ‘uncle’ or ‘aunty.’
4. More than 90% of the music CD’s and cassettes in your home are illegal copies.
5. Your garage is always full of stuff because you never throw anything away, just in case you need it someday.
6. You have a collection of miniature shampoo bottle from your stays at hotels.
7. You have almost always overweight baggage when travelling by plane.
8. If a store has a limit on the quantity of a product, then each member of the family will join separate queues to purchase the maximum quantity possible.
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9. All children have annoying nicknames.
10. Nobody in your family informs you that they are coming over for a visit.
11. You stuff your pockets with, mints and toothpicks at restaurants.
12. Your mother has a minor disagreement with her sister and does not talk to her for 10 years.
13. You only make telephone calls at a cheaper rate at night.
14. You teach others swear words in your language.
15. You never have less than 20 people to meet you at the airport or see you off even if it is a local flight.
16. You keep changing your Internet Service Provider because the first month is free.
17. Office supplies mysteriously find their way to your home.
18. You don’t buy a printer because it is cheaper to do it at work.
19. You wash your car on a Sunday.
20. Weddings never start at the appointed time.
21. You always lie about the ages of your children if they have to pay higher admission fees.
22. When you are young, your parents buy you clothes at least two sizes too big so that they would last longer.
23. At least one of your uncles is a teacher.
24. You have a 10 kg bag of rice in the kitchen.
25. You always read the Sports sections of the Sunday newspapers first.
Source : ghanaweb