1.) You start to believe your own liesYou\u2019ve told that crazy story of how you shot that giant buck with your pants around your ankles using the same gun with iron sights for 15 years running and now you actually believe that\u2019s how it happened.\u00a0 It might have started off as a joke, but it grew to legend status and now you\u2019ve convinced yourself it really happened that way and you\u2019d be willing to bet a case of beer on it.2.)\u00a0Your 160-inch buck is really 100-inchesYeah, we get it, everybody tends to over exaggerate the size of a giant buck in the heat of the moment.\u00a0 You come back to camp telling everybody you just shot Bullwinkle and start demonstrating the size of the buck with your arms and hands\u2026of which apparently aren\u2019t big enough.\u00a0 \u201cHis rack was this high and this wide\u2026\u201d as you spread your arms as if you were carrying a refrigerator by yourself.Later, you\u2019re brought back down to earth as your hunting party heckles you with the old \u201cmust have been a lot of ground shrinkage\u201d notion. Maybe you can blame it on shooting the wrong buck\u20263.) You have to one-up every story told by other deer camp membersDeer camp is a time for storytelling, and in some awesome way, one story always triggers another one. Round and around the stories and laughter goes, unless you have a \u201cone-upper\u201d in the crowd.If it\u2019s you, you probably have no idea, but the others in camp tire of you pretty doggone quick after you tirelessly trump every one of their stories with a \u201cbetter\u201d more unbelievable story.Here\u2019s a word of advice, sit back and listen for a change.4.) You always \u201csee\u201d or \u201chear\u201d the most deer and biggest bucksTypically, this fellow often speaks of deer, or more specifically, bucks they \u201csaw\u201d at first light, last light, or in the thick stuff.\u00a0 Nobody wants to come back and tell others they were skunked, so they often say they didn\u2019t get a good look at a deer out in the brush or they heard some chasing through the swamp, or one grunted before light.\u00a0 You either have explanations like that, or you full out lie and double or triple the number of deer you actually saw.5.) You\u2019re nickname is Tall Tale TedNicknames are a stable of most deer camps.\u00a0 If yours happens to be something like Tall Tale Ted or B.S. Bob, you probably know why, and you likely embraced that character moniker as soon as you set foot in deer camp.In the end, we still love you and you\u2019re still invited to camp next year.\u00a0 After all, the different personalities are what makes deer camp so much fun. Share in the fun and show us pictures of your deer camp by using the #DeerCamp!