You like a clean house? Not OCD.
You can't leave your hours or go to sleep because your heart is racing and you are panicked because one dish was left on the counter? OCD
You drive around the block 1 time to make sure your garage door is closed? Not OCD.
You watch your garage door close. Wait 30 seconds to make sure. Drive away and then wonder if it is closed. An hour later you ask your kids if it closed. You then picture it being open, a psychopath walking in and hiding in your closet, waiting to kill you. OCD
You see children playing in the street and worry they will get hurt. Not OCD.
You see children playing in a fenced in yard, well supervised, and worry that one of them is going to get attacked. OCD
No, I don't have all of the irrational thoughts listed above. Thank God. But I do have a handful of my own. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is not just about cleaning or coughing three times in a row. It can be an obsessive thought you can't shake, it can be irrational thinking that you know is silly but you still worry about it.
A quote from the book "The Woman Who Thought Too Much" by Joanne Limburg, describing the typical OCD sufferer: