We are all a little pug crazy around here but are you next level crazy? We’re talking about a serious disorder here. Obsessive Pug Disorder. You know what I’m talking about! You are pug mad. Seriously pug crazy. You live and breathe the pug life. Well I am here to help you get the correct diagnosis. Here are 10 signs you suffer from Obsessive Pug Disorder, commonly referred to as O.P.D.
You have over 5000 photos of your pug on your phone
This is just the start of suffering from Obsessive Pug Disorder. It’s no big deal. You just have over 5000 photos on your phone of your pug. It makes life easier when you meet someone and they ask you if you have any kids. You can pull out your phone and quickly show off your pug to them.
Your pug has more followers on Instagram than you
Seriously, what else are you going to do with those 5000+ photos of your pug on your phone. Yep, that’s right. You’re gonna share the crap out of them on Instagram. Oh and not on your Instagram account either, on your pug’s very own Instagram, which by the way has way more followers than you do.
Your pug eats better than you do
It is not uncommon for you to spend an hour in the kitchen fixing up dinner. You serve up a gourmet meal of fresh meat, some tasty liver, a little bone to munch on and some of the fresh fruit & veg you have for you pug and sit down to eat 2 minute noodles yourself. Of course you suffer from O.P.D when your pug eats better than you do.
You have forgotten what personal space is
Now whether you have one or more pugs, you know the feeling. Personal space goes right out the window. There is no such thing as eating in peace & quiet. You can never shower, bathe or go to the loo on your own again. And you definitely can’t sleep alone. Wherever you go, there is a pug following you. Stalker like and everything.
You greet your pug before any human
You get home from work or the shops and the first thing you do when you walk in the house is say hello to your pug and tell them how much you missed them. And all before you even notice the humans of the house. It is the same when you go out. You are guaranteed to always say hi to the pug before their human. It is only natural when you suffer from Obsessive Pug Disorder.
Your pug’s comfort comes before yours
Your pug’s comfort always comes before yours. That means when they are asleep on your lap, you can’t move even if you need to go to the loo. And they get all the prime spots in bed. You just have to deal with the edge of the pillow, your arm getting pins & needles and legs hanging over the edge of the bed. It is all part & parcel of putting your pug’s comfort first.
You’d rather stay at home with your pug than go out
It is Friday night and your mates want to head to the pub for some drinks. You tell them sorry you can’t make it, you’re busy. You head home, pop on your pj’s, open a bottle of wine, turn on Netflix and settle down for a night at home with your pug. You can’t think of anything better to do on a Friday night.
You leave the house covered in pug hair and don’t care
Your house is covered in pug hair which means your clothes are covered in pug hair too. You own a million lint rollers but you still walk out of the house covered in pug hair. And guess what, you don’t care. It just means you get to carry your pug everywhere with you. That’s not pug crazy at all. You’re actually suffering from Obsessive Pug Disorder.
You have more than one pug
Let’s face it, you’re not quite at Obsessive Pug Disorder level yet if you only have one pug. You are definitely on your way but not quite there yet. But if you have more than one pug, you definitely have the first sign of Obsessive Pug Disorder. And the more you have the better. It only confirms your O.P.D.
You have a tattoo of a pug
Getting a tattoo of a pug is top level Obsessive Pug Disorder. There’s no turning back on that pug crazy when you get some ink done especially if that pug tattoo is of your own pug. It is for life!
Are you suffering from Obsessive Pug Disorder? I know I am. If you suffer from Obsessive Pug Disorder, save this photo and share it on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter. And don’t forget to tag #thepugdiary