Represents a two front war, with the middle country being squished like the awesome white parts of the oreo cookie.
IB Student: They feared the OCS!
-both nod in agreement-
While symptoms may appear to be merely annoying nuisances to observers, if left untreated, the persistent and pervasive effects of OCS symptoms can severely interfere with one's ability to mature into a functional member of society.
Those suffering with OCS often exhibit signs from an early age. They insist on vocabulary such as "my" or "mine" in conversation, show an extreme sense of possession, and demonstrate a general ignorance of social standards and expectations.
OCS sufferer: "Those are mine; my mom bought them for me. Don't touch them, I might want them later."
Person A: "Hey, how was your weekend?"
OCS Sufferer: "Hey, my weekend was good. I went to my masseuse, I got my nails done, I bought a puppy who just loves me! But my boyfriend and I got in a fight. He just doesn't get me! I don't ask for much, I just want him to pay a little attention to me sometimes! Ugh, I just hate him. It's always all about him! Why can't he realize what I want is important sometimes too?!"
Person A: "Oh, rats, that sucks. What'd he do?"
OCS Sufferer: "He didn't call me on Saturday."
Person A: "What? Really, that's all? Well, my weekend was good too. Okay, bye!"
Person Two: She's got OCS.
Person One: What are you doing?
Only Child: -bites Nintendo DS-
Person Two: Oh, don't mind her. She's got a bad case of OCS.