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I have not got ocd or anything but im just obsessed with hoovering up my room and in the house and I keep doing it. I have just spent £300 on a dyson hoover, its like im a 23 year old guy, everyone else is probably buying the new ps5 or xbox or just a new gadget with their money but I have spent that much on a hoover. I just clean every day when I get back not because anything but I just enjoy it and my mate said do I want to hang out but I said no I'm going to clean up and he said why am I cleaning up everyday do I have a problem then I told him about the new expensive hoover and started saying stuff. I think its not good that I keep cleaning.
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Imo it’s way better than the complete opposite and being an absolute slob. Though not going out with friends simply because you want to tidy is a tad expensive. Good on you for being able to afford the hoover though, Dyson is so bloody expensive
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Imo it’s way better than the complete opposite and being an absolute slob. Though not going out with friends simply because you want to tidy is a tad expensive. Good on you for being able to afford the hoover though, Dyson is so bloody expensive
Yes its a good company and probably the best
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I have not got ocd or anything but im just obsessed with hoovering up my room and in the house and I keep doing it. I have just spent £300 on a dyson hoover, its like im a 23 year old guy, everyone else is probably buying the new ps5 or xbox or just a new gadget with their money but I have spent that much on a hoover. I just clean every day when I get back not because anything but I just enjoy it and my mate said do I want to hang out but I said no I'm going to clean up and he said why am I cleaning up everyday do I have a problem then I told him about the new expensive hoover and started saying stuff. I think its not good that I keep cleaning.

Sorry to say but hover does not clean carpets, in fact no appliances can clean the embedded dirty
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Why do you feel the need to clean so obsessively?????
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Why do you feel the need to clean so obsessively?????
I just enjoy using the hoover like I genuinely find it fun
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Sorry to say but hover does not clean carpets, in fact no appliances can clean the embedded dirty
A hoover or vacuum can probably do it the best though
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Do you feel out of control of this habit? As long as your happy doing it and its not interfering with your life in negative ways its probably not an issue. Some people just like to keep a tidy house.
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I just enjoy using the hoover like I genuinely find it fun
You would want to kill me then.

I vacuumed bleach up my hoover. Now when ever it is used, it omits a foul smell.

I wish I could have your enthusiasm about cleaning.

Also thank you for not conflating cleaning with OCD .
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Do you feel out of control of this habit? As long as your happy doing it and its not interfering with your life in negative ways its probably not an issue. Some people just like to keep a tidy house.
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You would want to kill me then.

I vacuumed bleach up my hoover. Now when ever it is used, it omits a foul smell.

I wish I could have your enthusiasm about cleaning.

Also thank you for not conflating cleaning with OCD .
Just buy a hoover and start cleaning and you might like it. I enjoyed it first because my mum came in with the hoover saying like hoover my room so I was like ffs then I just enjoyed it
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Just buy a hoover and start cleaning and you might like it. I enjoyed it first because my mum came in with the hoover saying like hoover my room so I was like ffs then I just enjoyed it
Ever since then I always hooverd
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You would want to kill me then.

I vacuumed bleach up my hoover. Now when ever it is used, it omits a foul smell.

I wish I could have your enthusiasm about cleaning.

Also thank you for not conflating cleaning with OCD .
How on earth?? :rofl:
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How on earth?? :rofl:
What hoover do you have?
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I have not got ocd or anything but im just obsessed with hoovering up my room and in the house and I keep doing it. I have just spent £300 on a dyson hoover, its like im a 23 year old guy, everyone else is probably buying the new ps5 or xbox or just a new gadget with their money but I have spent that much on a hoover. I just clean every day when I get back not because anything but I just enjoy it and my mate said do I want to hang out but I said no I'm going to clean up and he said why am I cleaning up everyday do I have a problem then I told him about the new expensive hoover and started saying stuff. I think its not good that I keep cleaning.
omg same i can't stand not having an immaculate-looking room
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omg same i can't stand not having an immaculate-looking room
Same
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Same
but like i don't go overboard..
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How on earth?? :rofl:
Ugh. In short, thats what happens when you try to clean during a dissociative episode. It is like being drunk/ on drugs.
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Basically my cat peed on the carpet, staining it. So I poured half a bottle of bleach on the carpet. Panicked, poured more water the bleach to try and dilute it.
Tried to (unsuccessfully) sponge it up.
Was really worried about my cat burning her paws, so I had the un-brain wave of vacuuming the bleach.
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Just buy a hoover and start cleaning and you might like it. I enjoyed it first because my mum came in with the hoover saying like hoover my room so I was like ffs then I just enjoyed it
Mine was quite expensive- A Shark R.I.P
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Mine was quite expensive- A Shark R.I.P
Dyson is better
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