Thursday, April 29, 2010

What the ... OCD?

After observing Koreans in action last weekend I can't help but wonder if a good percentage of the country has some sort of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. It seems as though many of them just can't help but touch my scooter as they walk by. Whether it is tapping the seat, running their hand on it, or a quick single tap on the back board or seat. They just can't seem to keep their hands off of it.

I really noticed this on Sunday while Stig and I were enjoying coffee and cigars. I tend to keep an eye on my scooter because some Koreans have no fucking respect for peoples property and will sit on it, try and use it as a table, or throw garbage in the basket. I like to put the run to them. So I tend to notice people around it.

In a period of about 2 hours at least 8 people (that I noticed) touched it is some way. That would be one every 15 minutes. What the kimchi?!?!? Is OCD so common here?


  1. They simply think they own everything they see. Every day I find my scooter has moved. Why? Because people think they have the right to move it to make their life easier. I deliberately leave it out of the way, but some cunt will choose to move it.

  2. It seems they really do think that way.

    I look my scooter. Usually to something. If I don't lock it to something some fucktard WILL try and move it and get the lock caught in the wheel.

    No respect for other peoples property.