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July 18, 2013 / ljbradburn-Smith

I’ve Virtually got ocd

Don’t judge me but I have a tamagotchi app called Pou (I said don’t judge me!). I promise I thought long and hard about the responsibility and I didn’t get it just so I would have something to love or thought it would fix my relationship (which is already great if you reading this Ben!).

The usual applies, you have to feed, wash and play with little Pou and he grows bigger until you can buy him a tiger costume. All pretty childish but maybe not that unusual. What is a bit unusual though is that I hate it when he is dirty! I start to panic and im more than a bit disgusted. All of which could be understandable if I was a clean freak but actually I am rather fond of being dirty myself. Not in a really disgusting way but just in a I’m quite happy camping and not washing my hair daily kinda way.

So please someone tell me what does this say about me that I am more bothered by virtual dirt than the real kind?

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  1. Lesley / Jul 18 2013 7:41 am

    Oh, that’s interesting! I try like crazy to keep my email inbox nice and tidy … while the washing and ironing baskets are full to overflowing. :O) I’ll have to think about that one. (I hope you made sure little Pou cleaned his teeth last night ;))

    • ljbradburn / Jul 20 2013 9:21 am

      haha that sounds like me too! It’s strange how organized we can be in one area of our lives and the opposite in others. I always make sure he cleans his teeth 😉 x

  2. WilderSoul / Jul 21 2013 12:20 am

    Perhaps it seems a ‘cleaner’ way of cleaning? Personally I like getting my hands into the dirt in the garden… Mmmm!

  3. Gray Dawster / Aug 2 2013 8:30 pm

    Well he has the right name anyway 🙂
    Being that he is always getting dirty…

    Andro

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