Ahhh, my Cosmic Order has been rebalanced!

#1
So, after moving into my new house ages ago, I finally got round to sorting out my DVD collection. Its just about my only bit of OCD but its now racked up in alpabetical order, 400 or so starting with 'About a Boy' and ending with 'Zulu'. Hopefully the tics and twitches will dissipate whenever Im in the front room now!

What's your OCD?

Oh, and I don't mean Spaz having to call everyone a 'Sheeps Cunt' or Porridge Gun knocking one out every afternoon dressed only in custard filled NBC boots.

Ah, feck it, lets here them ones too!
 
#2
Being on time is my cross to bear, hate being late, get twitchy, moody and throw toys out of my pram,
my wife is opposite, fashionably late is order of the day, even for Mass.
my god it gets painful
 

LancePrivateJones

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#3
My petrol driven lawn mower. I have added a shit load of HPs to it since its purchase.

I may try to put a Rover V8 in it this year.
 

Legs

ADC
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#4
I have OCD about timekeeping. I feel physically sick if I think I'm going to be late.
 
#5
Having to stick to a plan once made unless circumstances change in principle. You may not think that sounds like much, but when you get tense just from the missus popping into a shop in passing rather than achieving what we set out for and then going back, it's a wonder she hasn't murdered me in my sleep.

I'm very well insured, probably even more so than I know about.
 
#6
I have OCD about timekeeping. I feel physically sick if I think I'm going to be late.
I'm with you on this one Legs. I would rather be too early than late and I hate it when others are late.
 

Wordsmith

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#7
My front door...

- I pull it shut and listen for the latch to click
- I push the handle up to get the bolts to deadlock
- I push the door to check it's fully shut
- As I drive past in the car, I have to look at it to conform its closed...

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Kirkz

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#10
My kitchen light switches.
They both have to be the same way!
I'll even get out of bed and go down stairs to check,even though I made sure they were right before I went up stairs!!!
 
#11
Keys in pocket. I have to check I've got them while putting my coat on, before opening the front door and after stepping out. You'd think I could just keep them in my hand, but apparently not.
 
#12
I once knew a bloke (you can call him Dave if you really must) who used almost a half roll of bog paper everytime he went for a shit. He must have franticly wiped his ring sore everytime. I can only conclude he suffered from a smelly finger from that unfortunate accident we all have from this excersise at one time in our lives... but in his case he overcompensates so it never happens again.
 

maguire

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#14
I once knew a bloke (you can call him Dave if you really must) who used almost a half roll of bog paper everytime he went for a shit. He must have franticly wiped his ring sore everytime. I can only conclude he suffered from a smelly finger from that unfortunate accident we all have from this excersise at one time in our lives... but in his case he overcompensates so it never happens again.
he must be related to one of my housemates...he goes through a roll a day. at least.
 
#16
Where to start ..... all food items in fridge and cupboard are arranged with labels facing outwards. My wardrobe is colour coordinated. My linen cupboard has everything folded immaculately. My shoes are all in boxes with the description on the outside. Books arranged thematically. Coat hangers always have to face the same way. As for the rituals when running and racing ... I could go on but you've probably fallen asleep ...
 
#17
You mean a "push through" maybe he covers the seat so his arrse doesn't get cold or he could also put some in the pan so you don't here the "plop" sound or get any splash.
 

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#18
I also knew a bloke whose brother had a very bad case of this type of OCD type thing. He HAD to plan ANY journey in advance by knowing where all the toilets were in any destination he went to ... AND on stops on the way, including opening times. Had to do it, felt out of control and madly anxious if he didnt. What happened was as a lad he shat himself and was publicly shamed by an aunt or his mum.. or an aunt and his mum about it.

I never did visit him, of course, clingfilm over his bog would have been a duty upon leaving.
 
#19
"thematically" Is that by temperature ?
 
#20
Man you lot would LOVE my house! The closest I get to OCD is putting the lid on the toothpaste! You are all freaks!
 
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