Perhaps I am "pathologically obsessive" while Nick is "obsessively pathological" when it comes to documentation.
So, how did the phrase "tongue-in-cheek" originate? When I put my tongue in my cheek, all too often, I risk becoming "tooth-in-tongue." When I avoid putting my tongue in my cheek, I risk becoming "tooth-in-cheek." Perhaps I should get a mouthpiece for my own protection. See what's happening! I am starting to obsess again. In fact, I am starting to obsess about obsessing. This could ultimately lead me to become a "meta-obsessive" or perhaps the proper term should be "omni-obsessive". If I'm not careful, I'll become "mega-obsessive". On the other hand, I may be "compulsively obsessive" which is more or less pathological than being "obsessively compulsive".
At times, however, it amuses me, how pathologically obsessive certain folks are about such issues. But that's just me. I reckon we wouldn't be here, on this site, if we all weren't pathologically... more
Re: That was tongue-in-cheek. Jeff Morey,Wed Apr 11 07:40