Nope. I group things together depending on where they’re going in the house. Items for garage shelf storage in one bag, garage freezer in another, kitchen freezer in another… But then I would argue that’s not OCD, that’s common sense.
Back to OCD - something I realized about myself. I ride a bike, and have a set of 15 “special” rides which I have built up over the years. These are characterized by being long and difficult (by my standards) and I have to do the complete set every year (them’s the rules).
The realization: one is an out-and-back ride; one is a figure of eight. The remaining 13 are all anti-clockwise circuits. There was no planning of this, I just put together the routes over the years. If you ignore the two N/A routes (out-and-back, figure of eight)*, the odds of having all 13 being either clockwise or anticlockwise by chance are four thousand-odd to one, I reckon.
It’s - uh - odd when you realize something like that about yourself. For some reason I ride anti-clockwise.
* - ignoring them must affect the odds in some way, but you need proper statistician to figure that out.