You know you're a flight attendant trainee when...
You audibly say assessing and reassessing while reversing your car.
When your son tries to sit up on the dinner table you say REMAIN SEATED in a loud authoritative voice.
You've said something like, "So then I grabbed my Halon, while my ABP informed the PIC," and had to explain.
You dictate your actions aloud, as in "I am opening my door, I am now locking my door, I am now closing my door, confirmed, the door is locked."
People are surprised when they find out that after the first four weeks of flight attendant training you are absolutely no better at serving coffee or handing out mints (but you could put out a fire, administer first aid oxygen, evacuate an aircraft and about 11,000 other safety and emergency related actions.)
You've said "Don't touch my FAM," or "Be careful of my FAM" at least once.
Your neighbours are expecting flashing lights and sirens after hearing EMERGENCY, BEND OVER, STAY DOWN shouted from the next apartment for the last four days.
When you're with another flight attendant trainee you tend to show things together in sync.
You start abbreviating the names of random items.
You shout your name, "out, door 1L" when you leave a room.