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OCD Humor, The Lighter Side of OCD.

If you are offended by the idea of looking for the funnier side of OCD and other Mental Disorders, don't continue to read.
But try and remember that people use different ways of coping with a disorder such as OCD and that humor is 1 of those ways.

What A Beautiful Morning.

This is a song about OCD sung to the tune of "Oh, What A Beautiful Morning!" from the musical "OKLAHOMA!"

There's a bright golden spill on the toilet,
Should I mop it, or scour it, or boil it?
And how many times more must I check the front door?
And can I get AIDS from that stain on the floor?

Oh, What an OCD morning!
Oh, What an OCD day!
I've got that OCD feeling!
I will be checking all day!

Ten o'clock and the tension is mounting,
Pretty soon I just know I'll start counting.
Then it's shower time -- hurray!
And I'm scrubbing all day!
And with no help in sight I'll be finished next May!

Oh, what an OCD morning!
Oh, what an OCD day!
I've got that OCD feeling!
Washing is here to stay!


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