||Ok, look at the following two losers from my dorm last year. As you close each page, ask yourself what you saw in the linked picture.
If it took you less than 5 seconds to start laughing, chances are good you're not a loser.
If you cracked a smile without laughing, you probably see people like that a lot, so you're guilt by association. However, if the circumstances of your seeing them is beyond your control (ie. a work or school environment), you are probably not a loser.
If you looked at them and saw a friend, you are most definately a loser.
If you looked at them and saw a potential friend, you are hardcore about your loserdom. What's more, you have been ostracized from human society to the point where you are completely unable to distinguish between "friends" and "losers." Basically, you are a loser's loser; a D&D player.
And yes, there's even one final layer. If you fit the previous description yet took offense at being called a "D&D player" (when everyone knows you're a "D&D Gr4ndm4st3r W1z4rd +30"), it's time to start using your D&D books for something useful. Like building a makeshift gallows.