I am doing an art therapy group at the moment (as in, through a mental health program thing). I am the person who will sit there at various points through each group re-ordering the pastels and pencils to put them in colour order and make sure that the labels are straight.
Today I got to:
Oil Pastels (colour order and labels)
Grey Lead Sketch Pencils (light to dark grading and markings all straight)
Fine Liners (thickness order)
I also took over the job of cleaning out the paint trays (despite not using them myself) so that I could make sure they were all cleaned to my liking.
There is one reception person at my psychiatrist office that I avoid, because when she hands me my receipt (printed on an A4 piece of paper) she folds it in half... but she doesn't do it straight! She just randomly folds it somewhere approximating the middle! It HAS to be matched at the corners first, then folded EXACTLY across the middle of the page!
Ummm... I also need to have my DVD's and jigsaw boxes under the TV lined up exactly with the edge of the shelf, and straighten them whenever I notice they have been moved. I spend about 10 minutes arranging my fruit basket every time I buy more so that the arrangement is "random" enough, and there are not to many red apples or green apples grouped together.
Oddly enough, my diagnosis does not (to my knowledge) currently include OCD.
I am with the PP, though. The pills didn't bother me (the green and yellow ones) as there was still a pattern to them. The ones removed from the package in the wrong order did, though.