It doesn’t take much: an improperly folded towel, a cup placed on a shelf with the handle turned in, a cupboard door left slightly ajar, under instead of over toilet paper rolls. Any one of these is enough to start my mind’s descent into madness.
Think I’m joking? Maybe exaggerating a little? I wish. Not that long ago, I wrote about how a crooked picture at my hairdresser’s drove me so crazy, I ended up with a mullet.
I don’t know if it’s “real” OCD or not. I’m not a neat freak, I don’t wash my hands 300 times per day and, most importantly, I’m not going around licking doorknobs.
But there are a number of things that send my brain into a state of chaos. The wrong fork, wearing open-toed shoes with unpainted toenails, an apple with a bruise, crossword puzzles done in pencil, things in the bathroom that don’t belong in the bathroom.
But the worst, the absolute worst has to be an unfinis
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