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A disorder that can be a mild illness or a severe illness.
The disorder includes the following: Obsessive thoughts, problems with concentration/focusing... Etc.
Example of an event that can often occur: Scratching left side of your cheek, then scratching right, and then both, and continuing until the 'ritual' is complete. Personally I have OCD and I can tell you, it is f**king hell having it.
Person 1: *Scratching left cheek, right cheek, then both, doing almost everything symmetrically*.
Person 2: Why are you scratching yourself so much?
Person 1: OCD...
by Purpose Inc. May 30, 2016
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Obsessive compulsive disorder. A mental/learning disorder and NOT a word to describe someone's actions or feelings!! OCD is an actual disorder!!
My friend is diagnosed with OCD.
by GayerthanyouHA! March 02, 2019
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NOT a FUCKING ADJECTIVE. It is in fact, a real disorder and should not be used to describe how someone acts.
"OMG I'm like so OCD." (no, just no)
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A stressful disorder. You constantly feel like your forgetting something, even when you've checked things over multiple times. Everything you do has to be perfect and any minor flaw ruins the entire "image". You have to fix little things like for example, if 10 cans are lined up, and one is slightly out of place, you HAVE to fix it or otherwise the thought of that can being messed up will knaw at you until you fix it. You'll leave home and remember you left something turned on or left something on its charger, and you'll have a complete panic attack. Trust me, it sucks, I'm 13 and have OCD. I wake up at 2am sometimes and feel like i HAVE to clean the kitchen or I wont be able to sleep. Please don't make fun of it or underestimate it.
Guy 1-Where's Timmy?

Guy 2-He left his bedroom light on at home and he had to go back an turn it off.

Guy 1-Wow, OCD must SUCK.
by Anti Cookie-Cutter June 03, 2011
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A.)Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, a mental illness resulting in persistant illogical fears and ideas, and often, particular habits created and followed out so as to avoid the fears and anxiety they cause.

B.) Why I suffer.
A.) In the sixth grade, I was so afraid of choking on food that I would only eat soup or mashed potatoes. I weighed 60 lbs, and almost died before I slowly was brought onto solid foods again.

B.) I'm afraid of eveything now. Its stupid, but I can't stop it. I'm afraid of people, yet I love them. I want love, but I'm too cowardly to look for it. Instead I get caught up in the deluded fantasies in my head and wait for the world to go away.
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An anxiety disorder that is characterized by recurrent, unwanted thoughts, or obsessions, and possible repetitive behaviors, or compulsions. Performing these so-called "rituals," provides only temporary relief, and not performing them leaves a person feeling bothered and anxious.
Every time someone touches me, I have to itch that spot. Yes, my rear too. Gets awkward. But I can control it to extents. Like loving embrace, I can deal with. But when someone deliberately pokes me, or taps me to get my attention, I've got to itch it.

When I'm on the computer, nobody can be standing on my right side. I don't know why, that's just the way it is.

I need to wear a blanket over my shoulders around one of my older brothers. It's only with him too, and I absolutely cannot stand to be around him without something covering my shoulders. I've been told that's OCD, at least.
by Freducation July 27, 2009
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One of the worst mental illnesses to exist, something the devil himself pulled out of his asshole to torture all of us.

It's repetitve behavior to fulfill whatever your compulsively thinking about. For me it's washing my hands a.k.a fear of germs. I can't even touch my dog unless I wash my hands afterwards. It's an embarrassing disorder to live with and people will think you're crazy and bizarre. Some will have sympathy for you if they aren't an asshole, having such compulsive behavior can make you very hot and bothered and also others around you very annoyed and overall just depressing.
Because little jimmy had OCD he couldn't stop thinking about washing his hands after he touched Rebecca's phone. So he went to the bathroom and washed his hands multiple times. Poor Jimmy
by Lipglossispoppin July 22, 2015
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