Ultimate OCD. just looking at this makes me rage very morbid.. I looked at my desk and starting pushing things towards the center to make the bad feeling go away. rage me hard ocd
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User avatar #7 - xinsai
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(01/07/2013) [-]
I looked at my desk and starting pushing things towards the center to make the bad feeling go away.
User avatar #2 - silasdg
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(01/07/2013) [-]
I don't think this counts as OCD I think it counts more as "I dont want **** to drop on the floor because it's loud, annoying, and a pain in the ass to pick up glass."
#4 - anon id: 2945f9d7
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OP, this isn't OCD, this is a qwerk. OCD is when you HAVE TO do the exact same thing a certain number of times when you come across a scenario. Ex: You want to turn off the light, but due to your OCD you have to flick the switch exactly three times, both up and down, before you can move on with your life.
User avatar #6 to #4 - vexaton
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OCD stands for "OBSESSIVE COMPULSION DISORDER", and refers to the "need" to do something. It can refer to cleaning, moving objects, or doing things more than 1 time and ****.

Apparently you don't know **** son
#9 to #6 - AkatsukiNekoJr
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(01/08/2013) [-]
Anon is right.   
A good example of someone with OCD; tying, untying, and retying your shoelaces over and over and over again, because you can't stand the fact that your laces aren't even. After doing that for a long time, you flick your lights off...then on...then off again, for an hour over and over because you're worried they won't turn on again. And then, as you leave you house, you lock and unlock your door hundreds of times, just because you think there is a chance the lock might of broken. And you must do this, everyday, every time you leave the house. That is OCD.
Anon is right.
A good example of someone with OCD; tying, untying, and retying your shoelaces over and over and over again, because you can't stand the fact that your laces aren't even. After doing that for a long time, you flick your lights off...then on...then off again, for an hour over and over because you're worried they won't turn on again. And then, as you leave you house, you lock and unlock your door hundreds of times, just because you think there is a chance the lock might of broken. And you must do this, everyday, every time you leave the house. That is OCD.
User avatar #8 to #6 - dancingdoggy
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You just repeated what he said, and then called him wrong.
What.
User avatar #10 to #8 - vexaton
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No, I said it's not only about doing something multiple times
User avatar #11 to #10 - Emers
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" It can refer to cleaning, moving objects, or doing things more than 1 time and ****."

That's basically what anon said.
User avatar #12 to #11 - vexaton
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Ugh, sorry, I didn't mean doing things several times. I meant doing stuff, and doing other stuff several times.

Sorry if that doesn't make sense at the moment... Blazed to the bone
User avatar #13 to #12 - Emers
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No one cares that you're stoned. OCD is based on anxiety that leads you to do repetitive behaviors (hence the compulsive part). Compulsive behavior can include excessive washing or cleaning, and nervous rituals, such as opening and closing a door a certain number of times before entering or leaving a room. Yes, there can be other symptoms such as hoarding and excessive organizing and such, but a majority of the time it's doing certain things over and over again.
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#14 - renamon
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