New Diagnosis: OCTD (Obsessive Compulsive Theme Disorder)

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  1. rehuxley

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    Anyone have this other than me? I change my themes/designs/wallpapers daily! Can't stop :)
     
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    I have OC"A"D....obsessive compulsive APP disorder. I find my self doing the same thing with apps and surfing the market.
     
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    Yes, I can see how that would be possible as well. We are powerless aren't we?
     
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    Obsessive Compulsive Droid Disorder : The constant need or want of flashing various ROMS and/or themes. Affected users experience an insatiable appetite for anything new being released by various Android Developers.

    Diagnosis: Device changes look every 2-3 days max
     
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    hehe, that sounds like me and the cm nightlies like 2 months ago and before that bb .4 2.0.1, sg6.0.0 etc.
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    I like the OCDD. That fits it all. Should we email Websters Dictionary and tell them it needs to be added as official definition? LOL
     
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