I think we can all agree with this.... . James May Won' t entirely know what DCD is, but f know it' s very fashionable to accuse people of having it f they try  i think we can all agree with this funny lol haha facebook post
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James May
Won' t entirely know what DCD is, but f know it' s very fashionable to
accuse people of having it f they try and do something properly.
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#9 - olicoooombs
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"I have OCD" Every minecraft player ever.
User avatar #72 to #9 - irvea
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I actually have oCd!

the texture pack

HA!
#114 to #72 - amusingtoaster
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User avatar #30 to #9 - azroth
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"I have OCD" Every FJ user ever.
User avatar #58 to #30 - fredthemilkman
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I don't have OCD
User avatar #19 to #9 - aldheim
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You just don't understand how important symmetry is!
#65 to #19 - elitelizard
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Approved
#63 to #19 - cartridge
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I KNOW RIGHT
#1 - bigmanblue
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to damn true
its so ******* irritating hearing random swagtards going "oh i like things neat iv got ocd lol"
or **** like that, it makes me want to just punch these brainless ***** until they bleed
iv even seen people on this site do it "my ocd senses are tingling" **** you go die in a hole
User avatar #11 to #1 - daentraya
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I see 'ocd senses' as something that is not ocd, just a major bother with something done disorderly. I never thought of any of them as being serious. This is the internet, that phrase is a memish kind of thing
User avatar #22 to #1 - lafuriaroja
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I'm not saying you're wrong, but how did you manage to bring "swagtards" into your argument?
#39 to #22 - bigmanblue
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cos it seems to be most common with those sorts of people
i mean it far to common in other groups as well just especialy so in that group
User avatar #102 to #39 - CRosBY
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Seems like internet betas that do it most often.
#106 to #39 - anon id: 1cb8866c
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I hear it ten times as often right here on fj.
User avatar #3 to #1 - shiningfinger
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*too
User avatar #4 to #3 - xfortune
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Thanks that was really ******* with my OCD
#29 - deviroux
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Half the people at my school say they have O.C.D., A.D.D., Insomnia, etc. (even though their not diagnosed) to make their boring ass lives seem more interesting.. I just wanna smack everyone with a baseball bat.
Half the people at my school say they have O.C.D., A.D.D., Insomnia, etc. (even though their not diagnosed) to make their boring ass lives seem more interesting.. I just wanna smack everyone with a baseball bat.
User avatar #47 to #29 - alfredtheweak
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Is it okay if I've been diagnosed with insomnia but don't take the meds because I don't like/trust them?
#95 to #47 - rotinaj
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What do you take? The only insomnia medication I wouldn't be happy to take would be benzodiazapenes or scopolamine.
User avatar #116 to #29 - theflamingfire
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I have ADHD i had to really bad but now i grew out of it when i found funnyjunk that helped my reading skills now i can sit and read long ass post on fj
User avatar #124 to #29 - magikarpforlife
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Diagnosed ADHD and insomnia. Adderall and Ambien are my best friends
User avatar #44 to #29 - simplescience
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I actually have ADD. It is so frustrating not being able to focus on what I need to or forgetting the names of people I just met. It really sucks.

To give you an example of what it's like: You have to make a payment for your car. As you're about to do that, you think "oh wait, I should do the budget and make sure I can afford this." As you're doing the budget you think "I bet I could do this faster on the internet." and then you're like "I wonder if that one website updated its content". It just never friggin' ends.

TL;DR A.D.D. sucks.
User avatar #123 to #44 - magikarpforlife
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im diagnosed adhd. thanks for the tl;dr, i couldnt finish it
#82 to #44 - rotinaj
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Take amphetamines.
User avatar #84 to #82 - simplescience
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I already stated that I'm taking medication for it.
#85 to #84 - rotinaj
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Oh, my bad. Well, your medication is probably amphetamine anyways.
User avatar #86 to #85 - simplescience
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It is. I take Adderall, which is an Amphetamine salt. It does wonders for my grades and classwork. According to some comments on Funnyjunk though, I should be using it to get high.
#87 to #86 - rotinaj
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Snort it
User avatar #88 to #87 - simplescience
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That sounds like it has the potential to be unpleasant.
#89 to #88 - rotinaj
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It's more like the most pleasant thing ever ; don't do it though, it's addictive.
User avatar #94 to #89 - simplescience
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If I need to snort a drug to enjoy myself, then I'm obviously doing something wrong.

I'm happy enough as it is. I don't need to grind up my medication and snort it.
User avatar #59 to #44 - daimondemon
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I was diagnosed with ADHD when I was very little and had to take pills all the time, and suddenly I went from about to fail the first grade to paying complete attention to everything.

Stopped taking it now but I know that problem you speak of.
User avatar #66 to #59 - simplescience
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I'm currently taking medication for it. It makes me focused without me being a total zombie. It's a very nice balance.
User avatar #71 to #66 - daimondemon
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When I took it, the only side effect was less talking and I wasn't hungry. But no zombie issues.
User avatar #73 to #71 - simplescience
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There is less hunger for the medication I take, and I actually talk more. The reason is that I love to share stories about my life because I feel it helps others relate if they need someone to talk to. If my mind is focused, I better recall stories and such and therefore it results in me talking more, but only if people are around.
User avatar #99 to #73 - daimondemon
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I think it's great to share stories, you fine people (such as I) Who have had a similar issue and talk with them about it. What I dislike though is when you share stories and people either have to call fake or don't believe most mental illnesses are real. (Even though ADHD and ADD are minor ones, I consider them mental health)
#37 to #29 - twilightsparkleftw
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#31 to #29 - gmarrox
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And I have literally all of those things on top of chronic depression and I've also been through therapy for MPD.  MY LYFE IZ SO KEWL. </Sarcasm>
And I have literally all of those things on top of chronic depression and I've also been through therapy for MPD. MY LYFE IZ SO KEWL. </Sarcasm>
#36 to #31 - deviroux
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If you were serious about the diseases, I'm sorry, bro. Nice gif.
If you were serious about the diseases, I'm sorry, bro. Nice gif.
#74 - datblkkid
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OCD - Obsessive-compulsive disorder: obsessions or compulsions cause marked distress to the individual. People often feel humiliation and shame regarding these behaviors. The rituals are time consuming and interfere with normal routine, social activities, and relationships with others.
OCPD - Obsessive-compulsive Personality disorder: Individuals who are preoccupied with orderliness, perfectionism, control, neatness, and the achievement of perfection.
-Essentials of Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing 2009
User avatar #103 to #74 - semilunarknight
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Isn't OCPD one of the most common disorders in suicide cases?
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#77 to #74 - ricrolledbitch
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thank you for clearing that up
thank you for clearing that up
User avatar #79 to #77 - datblkkid
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It helps to keep all of my nursing books close :D
#42 - gameshredder
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And then there's those who keep telling themselves they have OCD when they want to fix something, and then everything about them is ****** up and messy.
And then there's those who keep telling themselves they have OCD when they want to fix something, and then everything about them is ****** up and messy.
#52 - oversoul
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#61 to #52 - anon id: 01e8d25c
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-standard funnyjunker
User avatar #115 to #52 - rokkarokkaali
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If she really had OCD, she'd have two exclamation marks after the one. To keep it symmetrical.
User avatar #78 - organicglory
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i have a symptom called CDO, wich is like OCD, but all the letters are in alphabetical order, like they should be
#70 - victoriaowsnett
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Everyone in my sixth form has self-diagnosed OCD because they use file dividers.
Everyone in my sixth form has self-diagnosed OCD because they use file dividers.
User avatar #21 - umaya
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I call it OCO because I can't see what's disorderly about it.
#34 to #21 - kiboz
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and so it is a opsesivily - compulsive..order?
I know I spelled opsesively wrongly, but am to lazy to check it up
User avatar #54 to #34 - kjeks
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You know, the fact that you spelled it like that made it really hard for me to remember the word I was looking for..

(Obsessive-compulsive)
#135 to #54 - kiboz
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yeah, true, sorry for that
User avatar #137 to #135 - kjeks
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It's okay bro, it happens to everyone
#127 to #34 - cabbagemayhem
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User avatar #13 - icelandicjesus
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That awkward moment when I actually have diagnosed OCD.

:l
#20 to #13 - noisuff
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I know that feel, bro.
You know who else does (or did), though?

Leonardo DiCaprio
Martin Scorcese
Charles Darwin
Nikola Tesla
Beethoven
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User avatar #67 to #13 - wellfuckmylife
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Your fridge is opened and door is unlocked. I'm evil..
I have not-so-OCD (not diagnosed, but should check it out). I have only OCD attacks on things which have failed me.. Like right now, once my alarm didn't go off (didn't wake me up) and now I make sure it's on by checking it hundred ******* times (and setting at least 2 alarms).
User avatar #18 to #13 - arandomanon
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