Everything in its right place

It’s not healthy to play with your food but if you have OCD, food arranging becomes part of everyday life. I don’t actually have OCD but for the sake of these words and the picture below, let’s just pretend that I do. Now that we have that out-of-the-way, nobody will correct me if and when I say something that OCD isn’t. This is just great, I can now say anything I like about OCD you won’t correct me, no matter how far removed from the truth it is. Excuse me for one moment, I just have to fix something:


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12 thoughts on “Everything in its right place”

  1. Will somebody please straighten out that sign, then take a new picture and post it here. Thank you.

    Obsessive-compulsive? Who, me?

    1. Did you just call Bill Y mean Don Don’s? That’s just about the meanest thing I’ve been called this hour!

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