Hahahahahahaa!! I can't believe you actually made this a thread. That's so awesome. Thank-you Paul!
I really liked thomas's response. Here's all I can think of for now. Maybe more later.
When you are not considered a wakeboarder:
If your every thought isn't occupied by either when you will wakeboard next, what you'll do the next time you wakeboard, or creative ways to make tubers "disappear," then you're not a wakeboarder.
If you frequently see the word "powerturn" and still
don't know what it means, you're not a wakeboarder. Forget anything you have on your schedule and go figure out what it means. Ask a real wakeboarder. They won't laugh, I promise...
Anyways, to state the obvious, you're definitely not a wakeboarder if you can't get up on the board, or have no desire to try. Congrats to anyone who has at least tried. If you couldn't get up... Well, I don't think anyone would be on this site if they've never gotten out of the water on a wakeboard, but just in case... I'm horribly sorry. You have my condolences.
If you look at a large body of water you can see perfect reflections in it or hear the word "glass" and not think of wakeboarding, you're not a wakeboarder.
That's all for now...