Call it a game, call it a writing discussion. It falls somewhere in between.
Here's an example: You know you're a writer when the death of a major character in your book is both emotionally traumatizing and motivationaly stimulating.
Got any more? How many can we get? How many can we relate to?
you might be a righter if Wildly random thoughts, seemingly unrelated, bombard your mind until you put them on paper, then they suddenly make deep and profound sense. To yourself, at least... sometimes... maybe.
Haha yes! I had to jump out of bed late one night and scribble down a concept that suddenly came to me before I forgot!
You know you're a writer when all your family can think to give you for Christmas is Barnes N Nobel gift cards, notebooks, and pens...
You know you are a writer when you show how you could have rewritten a movie to make it better and people agree with you.
BTW, moving this to games. I think it'll feel better there.
You know you're a writer when you're watching the movie and the plot is weak and you start freaking out.
You know you're a writer when you see the lost potential for an amazing plot twist in Dispicable Me II. (Really, the Head Good Guy looked like the brother of the last bad guy. See? See?)
You know you're a writer when you vent your anger by writing a heated argument between your characters--and loving every bit of it.
You now you're a writer when you keep certain articles of clothing or accessories on hand so you can transform into one of your characters just to see how they would handle a certain social situation.
You know you're a writer when you start to picture how everything would be like written down.
You know you are a writer when your mood depends on what is going on in the latest story you have written.
You know you are a writer when you talk to your friends about your story characters as if they were real people.
You know your a writer when you spell things wrong, but just ignore them because your afraid you'll forget what you were writing.
You know your a writer when you try to tell your friends a little about your book and wind up telling them the whole thing in detail.