21 thoughts on “OCD Nightmares

  1. Mr. T.

    That’s not OCD. That’s being justifiably irritated by lazy people who can’t do a simple job properly.

    1. rory

      Wikipedia describes OCD as feeling the need to check things repeatedly, have certain thoughts repeatedly, or feeling the need to perform certain routines repeatedly.

      Does said description apply to the above pictures?
      I would have thought said pictures were autism/aspergers related, rather than OCD.

  2. orla

    can you change the heading? OCD is not just being a little anal about things; it’s real, serious and debilitating. help stop the reduction and misinformation about OCD as a condition please.

    1. Mikeyfex

      I actually agree. If it weren’t paradoxical this would be an acceptable sentence to a lot of people today.

      I am so OCD about how people claim to be OCD.

    2. Always Wright

      Agree. I get pointlessly irritated when people say “I had insomnia last night, I just couldn’t get to sleep.”
      “I have insomnia,” I shout inside my poor tormented head. ” I can NEVER get to sleep. You just had one bad night’s sleep.”
      If I get annoyed over something like that I can only imagine how infuriating OCD sufferers must find the current fashionable trivialisation of a condition that makes life a daily uphill struggle for them and those close to them.

      1. Clampers Outside!

        I’ll add to the list…. ‘addiction’… the next gimpy faced tool that says… “I’m addicted to my phone” should be nailed to a door and set adrift in Dublin bay for the gulls to peck at until they’re dead.

        Either that or lock ’em up, get them hooked on heroine, and then set free.

        That’ll learn ’em.

      2. pedeyw

        And when people say “I have a migraine” when they have a headache. My ma and sister both get migraines and they’re basically out for two days, darkened rooms.
        Having “the flu” also bothers me. The €20 test is the best way for figuring that out.

        1. Continuity Jay-Z

          People who say they are collecting money for charity and then just use it to go on holiday to Kilimanjaro and Machu Picchu.


          1. :O)

            People claiming to have Lou Gehrig’s Disease when in fact they have chronic traumatic encephalopathy.

            They sicken me. It’s like they’re Hitlers kicking innocent kittens in their faces.

  3. Dave

    Oh dear God. No capital letters at the beginning of your sentences.
    Why, for the love of God, why?

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