Do you like things to be just right?
Do you have a love-hate relationship with your perfectionism?
Well, get ready to laugh your compulsive tendencies away because we’ve got 50+ hilarious jokes about OCD that’ll have you tidying up with tears in your eyes.
From counting to cleaning, we’ve got it all covered.
So take a break from organizing your pantry and get ready to lol your way to a cleaner, happier world.
Jokes About Ocd
My OCD is so bad, I alphabetized my spice rack and now all I can think about is how cinnamon should come before coriander.
I have to count everything I touch. It’s a real problem, especially when I visit the bank.
I’m not just neat and tidy, I have extreme OCD. I once cleaned my vacuum cleaner.
I used to date someone with OCD, but it didn’t work out. I couldn’t handle her crooked picture frames.
I think I have OCD about my OCD – I constantly check to see if I’ve done enough obsessive behavior.
I tried to explain my OCD to a regular person, but they couldn’t understand the struggle of organizing my sock drawer by color and size.
My OCD is so bad, I organize my M&Ms by color before eating them.
I have a fear of uneven numbers. That’s why I always have to eat an even number of fries.
My OCD is so specific, I can tell you the exact number of tiles in each room of my house.
I’m a big fan of symmetry. That’s why I always make sure to take an equal number of steps on each foot.
I drive my coworkers crazy with my OCD – I always have to straighten out the pens on my desk and line them up perfectly.
I’m not just a neat freak – I have to double check everything twice, just to be sure.
My OCD extends to all areas of my life – I even color code my grocery list!
I have to touch every light switch in my house before I leave, just in case.
I can’t stand anything out of place – it’s a real problem when I go over to other people’s houses.
My OCD makes me a little too focused on the small details. I once spent an hour trying to straighten out a wrinkle in my shirt collar.
I’m always counting in my head. It’s a habit that drives my friends and family a little crazy.
I have to check the locks on my doors and windows multiple times before I can leave the house.
My OCD extends to my shopping habits – I always have to check every label to make sure there are no typos.
I like evenness so much, I even balance my utensils on either side of my plate.
A clean freak with OCD walked into a bar… then walked out again because it wasn’t symmetrical.
What do you get when you cross a perfectionist with obsessiveness? A very tidy yet very anxious human being.
What do you call a person with OCD who is also a vampire? Count Compulsivula.
I’m not saying I have OCD, but whenever I see a typo, I feel like I’m drowning in the ocean.
I asked someone with OCD to pass me the Oreos. They stared at the package for five minutes, lined them up perfectly, and then handed them to me.
My OCD is so bad, I alphabetize my mental illnesses.
OCD is like Fight Club, you don’t talk about it. But you can’t help it.
A sign that you have OCD: You feel the urge to organize your junk drawer…even though it’s already organized.
What do you do when you have OCD and ADD? You alphabetize your to-do list, then forget where you put it.
Did you hear about the guy with OCD who opened a door and didn’t immediately feel the need to go back and check that he locked it? Me neither.
I asked my OCD friend to grab me a beer and they came back with six perfectly arranged cans.
OCD is like a never-ending game of Tetris. You have to keep arranging things until they all fit perfectly.
What’s the difference between an OCD person and a perfectionist? About ten minutes on every task.
My therapist said I have moderate OCD. I said, “That’s good, right?” She said, “Yes, but what’s really important is that everything is perfectly even.”
A joke about OCD? Sorry, I can’t just make one up on the spot. It has to be just right.
Living with OCD is like being trapped in a never-ending game of Minesweeper. You just keep flagging and unflagging things until it’s perfect.
Did you hear about the guy who tried to cure his OCD with therapy? He kept moving the couch until it was symmetrical, and then kept moving it back.
What do you call a group of people with OCD who live together? A tidy little family.
I have OCD, so when I saw a piece of thread on my shirt, I plucked it off. Then I realized it was part of the design, so now I have a hole in my shirt.
My doctor told me I’m not alone with my OCD, but I counted over 200 people in the waiting room – I don’t think that’s true.
Up to You!
So there you have it, you OCD warriors!
50+ hilarious jokes to bring a little laughter into your orderly lives.
Whether you’re double checking your locks or organizing your sock drawer for the hundredth time, remember that a little bit of humor goes a long way.
Embrace your quirks, embrace your OCD, and never forget to laugh at yourself (because let’s face it, we’re all a little crazy).
Now go forth and spread the joy of these jokes to your fellow neat freaks – just make sure everything is perfectly aligned first.
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