Do you always spell Bonfire with a capital "B"? If you do, then you are probably a Texas A&M fan. Texas A&M fans are some of the most loyal and passionate fans of any school or sports team in the world.
Ever since Texas A&M opened its doors in 1876, it has been producing former students who are dedicated to the school. The fact that Aggie graduates are referred to as "former students" instead of alumni or ex-Aggies is indicative of the connection that the school has with its students.
Once you enroll at A&M, you are always an Aggie. There is no such thing as an "ex-Aggie."
As should be expected from a former all-male military school, there are many traditions and rituals associated with being part of the Aggie family. Often times, it seems that Aggies speak their own language.
This is a look at many of the ways that indicate you are a Texas A&M fan. If you are reading this article, you might be an Aggie fan.