If you've ever found yourself falling down a Netflix binge-watching rabbit hole, you'll understand how easy it is to start integrating elements from your favourite series into real-life situations.
Stranger Things: Googling how to dress as Eleven for Halloween.
Narcos: Attempting to speak in Spanish to the cashier at Tesco.
House Of Cards: Turning to the side to speak to an imaginary camera.
Heck, I even started finishing texts with 'xox' after watching the entire season of Gossip Girl, until my friend told me to stop.
So, spare a thought for this year's fashion designers who have clearly been watching old episodes of Channel 4's 1999 hit series Spaced because the 90s rave culture is making a serious comeback on the runway.
Oh, how we miss Tyres' spontaneous phone raves.
It all started at Marc Jacobs' show last week, where he debuted his SS17 collection with models walking to acid house music wearing ruffled miniskirts, short-short satin hot pants, striped over-the-knee-socks, rainbow dreadlocks made from hand-dyed wool, platform boots, sequined shoulders and lamé e.v.e.r.y.thing.
This week it was the turn of Morecco, who showed models wearing ruffled neon sating crop tops, thigh-length slitted skirts, neon orange eye shadow and Clarissa Explains It All-inspired plaits. There were septum piercings and skinheads galore.
Meanwhile, Molly Goddard's show on Saturday continued the rave culture revival with a collection featuring layers of ruffled tulle, neon sleeves, tutus, rainbow stripes and sheer skirts.
We're playing non-stop Faithless today. Who's with us?