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5 Signs You're Addicted To Love Island

5 Signs You're Addicted To Love Island

June 28, 2018

It’s the TV show that has got the nation hooked. Fun and lighthearted, it’s easy to see why most of us are in love with Love Island. However, there are occasions our love turns to obsession. To help you identify if you have a problem, we’ve compiled a list of 5 signs you’re addicted to Love Island. So get your sunglasses and bikini at the ready and tick off the points that apply to you!



No.1 You Day Revolves Around Watching It



Literally nothing is more important than watching this show to you. Friendships, partners and general life admin all fall to the wayside when Love Island is on TV. We pity the person who dares to try and interrupt you during the show. If speaking is vital, than it must be done within the ad break.



No. 2 Your Social Media Feeds are ALL About Love Island



When you’re not watching the show you’re catching up on live gossip on social media. From Twitter updates to Instagram posts you just can’t put your phone down! We mean, how are you meant to cope if you don’t get the lowdown as the news breaks!



No. 3 You Start Speaking Like The Contestants



If you’ve ever used the word “blazing” in a serious sentence this point may apply to you. You can easily catch yourself speaking in general conversation and think to yourself “OMG,  I sounded just like Dani just then”. This is when you know you really do have an issue, your obsession has grown so strong that it has crept into your subconscious.



No.4 All Conversations Come Back To Love Island



It can be the most removed conversation, but somehow you’ll bring it back to Love Island. From references to comparing real life love issues to the show, there is no topic that you can’t lead towards Love Island. It’s almost an artform at this point.



No. 5 You’re Emotionally Involved



We mean, a show should not have this much of a grip on us. When they cry we cry, when they laugh we also do. This is especially true when we feel frustrated or annoyed with a contestant. Our emotions get the better of us, and within seconds we can leap on Twitter to make our feelings known.   



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