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Does the cookie monster from sesame street have OCD (obsessive compulisive disorder)

Asked by talljasperman (19240 points ) July 6th, 2010

Is the cookie monster from sesame street suffering from OCD?

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casheroo's avatar

What makes you think that?
I think he just had a sweet tooth and no self control.

shego's avatar

I thought he was now forced to eat healthier options.
But anyways, I don’t think he has OCD, I think he is obsessed with cookies just to the point of insanity, just like the Coco puff bird thing and chocolate.

liminal's avatar

♪ ♫ ...that’s good enough for me… ♪ ♫

zenele's avatar

Too messy with the cookie crumbs to be OCD. I think he’s just obsessive without the compulsive aspect. Now the Count – he might be OCD.

Jeruba's avatar

No—essentially he’s just a baby: all wants and gimme, and no self-control.

zenele's avatar

I am a baby, too, or babby, rather – when she posts above me. I start to dribble a little and lose control.

* sigh *

ucme's avatar

He may be suffering from piles, a byproduct of having someone stuff their fist up his arse all these years.That would be my prognosis.

Dr_Lawrence's avatar

It seems like an eating disorder to me.

liminal's avatar

@talljasperman since reading this question the “C is for Cookie” song has been on continuous loop in my head. I blame you.

talljasperman's avatar

@liminal lol… How about “I lost my feeties to the diabetes” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXyuZc06B1o at about 2:52 seconds

liminal's avatar

@talljasperman That is wrong on so many levels, and yet I laugh!

zenele's avatar

I’m outta questions – may as well hijack this thread:

WHAT MUPPET WOULD YOU BE?

(I’m going with Waldorf or Statdler – the old cranky guys – like DPworkin)

liminal's avatar

@zenele You could be a team!

I would like to say Janice but I fear I come across more like Beaker, at least to my children. (I think I need a break from my children.)

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