First off - Mods, I apologise if this is in the wrong section. I wasn't too sure where to put it. Am I the only person getting a bit sick of every post about scratches being labelled "Sorry, I have OCD"? I know OCD has become apparent in popular culture in recent years as the "cool" thing to have, but it's really not - and I find that people who say things like that are just insulting people who really do suffer with the condition. So you've found a small scratch on your iPhone, and it bugs you when you see it. What part of that is obsessive or compulsive. If you had thoughts about that scratch killing somebody, that would be an obsession. If you then had to do something completely irrational, such as walking around the garden 50 times, in order to remove the thoughts of the scratch killing somebody, that's a compulsive behaviour. Also, the key part of OCD is that the obsessive part has to be irrational. Worrying that you've scratched your £500 device is perfectly rational. As is worrying when you park your car that somebody might key it. You spent a lot of money on it, damaging it is a perfectly valid worry. Sorry for the rant, but I'm becoming a bit bored with people on here belittling it, and often making it out to be a kind of a joke/excuse for things. At the end of the day, anybody who did genuinely suffer with OCD would NOT use it in the context that everyone on here does.