Technology has changed the world around us, so is it any wonder that our mental issues have reached the next version number too? If you have OCD and happen to be a geek, it will almost certainly poke its nose into your favourite hobbies and interests.
My first kind of gaming ritual was back in those halcyon days when games still came with printed manuals. You cracked open the box, fumbled the cartridge or floppy disks out, and were greeted with a nice little (or not so little) booklet falling onto your lap.
It's bad enough that I have to put up with men trying to take pictures up my skirt with their camera phones when they think I can't see them, but on top of that I now have to contend with being able to hear people whispering that my bum looks enormous in my cat suit, or that my boobs are too big for that character.
'I'd rather be a dustbin man than work in IT'. These are the exact words of an 11-year-old girl. That's how she responded to my suggestion that she consider a career in technology. Ouch.
It's the stuff nerds' dreams are made of - two batmobiles going head-to-head in a drag race. And no, before you ask, they
Cute girl? Check. Big glasses? Check. Lego Millennium Falcon? Check. Congratulations, you have all you need to break thousands
Director Casey Pugh, video editor Aaron Valdez and sound mixer Bryan Pugh are, officially, bigger Star Wars fans than you