OCD stands for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, an anxiety disorder and is characterized by recurrent, unwanted thoughts (obsessions) and/or repetitive behaviors (compulsions). For more detailed explanation, please visit the National Institute of Mental Health or the Obsessive-Compulsive Foundation.
According to Psych Central, there have been quite a lot of famous people who have either publicly talked about their OCD, or otherwise been identified with the disorder:
Interesting to note that we had Leonardo DiCaprio playing Howard Hughes, both with OCD. Recent years some of you may have watched the show "Monk" where Tony Shalhoub plays an OCD detective. In 1997's "As Good As It Gets", Jack Nicholson played a OCD writer and ended up with a Oscar for his effort, though some would argue that his portrayal is unrealistic.
Therefore, you can't really tell if a person has OCD just by appearance. Take a good look at my brother.... Does he look like one?
"Who said limpeh OCD?"
His usual routine is something like:
1) wake up and take a bath
2) go to work
3) come back from work
4) laze around watching tv
5) vacuum the floor
6) if got dried clothes, then iron clothes
7) after ironing, vacuum the floor
8) if bought something back for dinner, eat at home
9) after finish eating, clean the table and vacuum the floor
10) laze around watching TV
11) vacuum the floor
12) wash clothes
13) vacuum the floor
14) maybe mop the floor
15) take a bath
16) watch TV eating snack
17) vacuum the floor
18) go to sleep
notice any odd pattern?