People with OCD | Screaming at this Pie Chart in agony, Not really OCD | image tagged in funny,pie charts | made w/ Imgflip chart maker
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I have OCD and I'm fine, but the part that triggered my OCD was that you said it would and it didn't
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Maybe that was the plan all along ;)
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David Bowie as Jareth | WHAT'S THE PROBLEM? IT'S SYMMETRICAL. | image tagged in david bowie as jareth | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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it's almost completely white except for that tiny sliver of black.
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Meh... Maybe if it'd been at some ungodly angle, like 13° off true.

I hate prime numbers.
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I see *smirking intensifies*
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Also, I do not have ocd so I'm sorry if i offended you or something
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I do happen to have OCD, but typically, asymmetry is a trigger for those who do. Not so much for me, as long as I can determine a pattern. I'm compelled to calculate the factors of four digit numbers, which is why prime numbers piss me off. I spend time trying to figure them, only to realize there AREN'T ANY!!! Obviously, I'm more heavily Routines And Rituals. I don't like change, and even when I know it's an improvement, it's hard for me to adapt to the new way.
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Thank you for clearing that up for me, I feel like I understand OCD people more now! :)
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Jack Nicholson's character in "As Good As It Gets" is a good example of an O-C who is a Routines and Rituals (note the way he puts on his slippers) and also Germaphobia (which I thank God I don't have). Counting is one I have, though not to the extent of the TV character Monk, who also has a Symmetry compulsion, Germaphobia, and is a Neat Freak (which isn't the technical term, but I digress). These shows are pretty good depictions of OCD.

On a side note, there's a difference between being Obsessive-Compulsive and having an Obsessive-Compulsive DISORDER. In the second case, it interferes with the ability to lead a normal life. I actually got in trouble at work tonight because of my OCD. Normally, I can function alright within the bounds of my brain's programming, but tonight, I broke a rule because I HAD to.

The Compulsions aren't just weird habits, I HAVE to do them. Even when there's no rational reason for it, even when I KNOW there's no rational reason for it, my brain is wired that I CAN'T not do it, usually. Sometimes, I can resist a Compulsion, but I ALWAYS feel like I've done something wrong when I do. Tonight, I couldn't resist.

Sorry this got so long. Overexplaining is another one.
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I see, this is very interesting for me to learn, thank you for taking the time to tell me this!
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