There are many signs you are a fake camping. Since I grew up with this type of camping, I took it for granted that was how everyone camped ... until I was thrown in a tent. Here are a couple of signs:
1. You are not staying a tent, but in a RV which has an ice maker, washer & dryer and stand alone shower.
2. Champagne is a staple during lunch.
3. Theme nights come with required theme attire and themed appetizers. A pig is buried in the ground during Hawaiian night (just kidding, but pineapples are cored out for the Mai Tais).
4. Televisions are present inside and outside the RV.
What can I say? I like fake camping.