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Hi, I'm Cody. I have blue eyes and cute ankles. You've probably never heard of me. I have a Youtube channel with no videos, a Twitter with very few tweets, and just over 300 friends on Facebook. I post whatever I want, whenever I want. I like boys who like boys and movies like Mean Girls. Attention from strangers is way more enjoyable than it should be. I like people most of the time. :)

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14 hours ago
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theyearintheirlife:

No, You Do Not Have OCD.
The basic gist of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder has passed into mainstream use by, in my experience, mostly people under twenty. We’ve all heard “Oh my god, I’m so OCD!” which, despite the grammatical problems, very rarely if ever actually describes the person in question.
Human beings prefer predictable patterns. This is an evolutionary advantage and a topic upon which I would love to write a thesis one day. OCD, however, is not just the need to sort your closet (or M&Ms) in the perfect way. That is known as a simple compulsion, or as is more often used in other countries, being “anal retentive.” (For some reason, the United States doesn’t like to talk about the anus.) I have compulsions. I do not have OCD.
Those who truly suffer from OCD find that their compulsions a) go beyond the simple straightening and organizing, b) are often accompanied by what may be highly severe hallucinative imaginations about what will happen if they don’t complete their compulsions, and c) become so repetitive and ingrained that they get in the way of life and cause emotional and physical damage.
If you don’t see slime, bugs, and germs constantly crawling over your hands and arms, if you don’t descend into a panic attack if you check the lock four times instead of five, if you can stop yourself from repeating a phrase or action over and over again, you don’t have OCD.
Obviously I’m not an expert, just a student with an interest. I am annoyed, however, when people misuse something like a diagnosis so severe. If you catch yourself in the act, please consider whether you’re even using the phrase correctly in the grammatical context of your sentence, let alone the context of your life.
To see more of what I mean, watch this video.
Thank you for reading.

theyearintheirlife:

No, You Do Not Have OCD.

The basic gist of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder has passed into mainstream use by, in my experience, mostly people under twenty. We’ve all heard “Oh my god, I’m so OCD!” which, despite the grammatical problems, very rarely if ever actually describes the person in question.

Human beings prefer predictable patterns. This is an evolutionary advantage and a topic upon which I would love to write a thesis one day. OCD, however, is not just the need to sort your closet (or M&Ms) in the perfect way. That is known as a simple compulsion, or as is more often used in other countries, being “anal retentive.” (For some reason, the United States doesn’t like to talk about the anus.) I have compulsions. I do not have OCD.

Those who truly suffer from OCD find that their compulsions a) go beyond the simple straightening and organizing, b) are often accompanied by what may be highly severe hallucinative imaginations about what will happen if they don’t complete their compulsions, and c) become so repetitive and ingrained that they get in the way of life and cause emotional and physical damage.

If you don’t see slime, bugs, and germs constantly crawling over your hands and arms, if you don’t descend into a panic attack if you check the lock four times instead of five, if you can stop yourself from repeating a phrase or action over and over again, you don’t have OCD.

Obviously I’m not an expert, just a student with an interest. I am annoyed, however, when people misuse something like a diagnosis so severe. If you catch yourself in the act, please consider whether you’re even using the phrase correctly in the grammatical context of your sentence, let alone the context of your life.

To see more of what I mean,
watch this video.

Thank you for reading.

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15 hours ago
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Once upon a time there was a crooked tree and a straight tree. And they grew next to each other. And every day the straight tree would look at the crooked tree and he would say, ‘You’re crooked. You’ve always been crooked and you’ll continue to be crooked. But look at me! Look at me!’ said the straight tree. He said, ‘I’m tall and I’m straight.’ And then one day the lumberjacks came into the forest and looked around, and the manager in charge said, ‘Cut all the straight trees.’ And that crooked tree is still there to this day, growing strong and growing strange.
Tom Waits, Wristcutters: A Love Story (via feellng)

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14 hours ago
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steviepsyclone:

dannyhasrealfriends:

causeallidoisdance:

piecesofamoonchyld:

Recently Kaige told us he wishes he could be both a boy and a girl because he likes playing princesses as much as ninjas and he doesn’t want to get made fun of. So we bought him a tutu and gave him a makeover. Meet the new and improved Kaige. If you have a problem with it please keep it to yourself and kindly stay out of his life. Which would be a shame because as you can see he’s freakin’ awesome! #letmebeme #mumblr #stopbullying

WHAT A FUCKING RAD KID WITH RAD HAIR

this is my favorite post

You go purple mohawked, star wars ninja ballerina kid

steviepsyclone:

dannyhasrealfriends:

causeallidoisdance:

piecesofamoonchyld:

Recently Kaige told us he wishes he could be both a boy and a girl because he likes playing princesses as much as ninjas and he doesn’t want to get made fun of. So we bought him a tutu and gave him a makeover. Meet the new and improved Kaige. If you have a problem with it please keep it to yourself and kindly stay out of his life. Which would be a shame because as you can see he’s freakin’ awesome! #letmebeme #mumblr #stopbullying

WHAT A FUCKING RAD KID WITH RAD HAIR

this is my favorite post

You go purple mohawked, star wars ninja ballerina kid

15 hours ago
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