Code: DISCLAIMER: Blah blah blah yes,OCD is an illness for real and all, I'm talking about 'that guy', not all persons that are diagnosed, by them self or a doctor, as being subject to a mental illness. Anyone else ever think that there are far too many people hopping on the excuse bandwagon of mental illness? Sure, if you have OCD and honestly can't stand leaving the house before tapping the stove three times and counting the banisters on the stairs because if you do you'll have a panic attack I can handle you being a bit late, but just because you're an organized person DOES NOT mean you're OCD and I find it both telling of your ignorance of OCD and your own desire to be excused rather than discipline yourself and furthermore I think it demeans the hardship of people that really do have the illness. Of course there's some people in between, when in hospital I knew someone with a legitimate case of OCD but he decided that it was a blanket excuse to get him out of any form of discipline. Similar analogues exist for depression of course; people that are all too happy to tell you about how they're hard done by and a depressed person by on quick inspection lack the definitive criteria of mental illness.