Post # 32
I know it’s wrong, but I tend to judge people that repeatedly make bad choices and don’t learn from them. Intellectually, I know everyone is on their own journey and it’s not my place to judge or condemn.
But I have very little tolerance for this, especially when it’s coupled with self-pity. Just start doing things differently, already!!!
Post # 33
+1. i judge for things i would completely get flamed for so…pass!
Post # 34
Fat people eating chips and drinking soda and complaining how life is not fair because they are fat.
Post # 35
I had my foot crushed by a quarterhorse, I was on crutches & in a splint for six months (A little over but the last bit was working off the muscle atrophy) and I would get venomous
looks from people when they saw a young woman riding around in a grocery store scooter. Like, spitting daggers kind of nasty looks. Then when they saw the crutches and/or the splint, they’d soften up and actually look sympethetic.
It was kinda my favorite past time. I didn’t notice any nasty looks when we parked (in the very rare opportunity we had) in disabled parking, but then again I always had my crutches with me so I just whipped those suckers out in no time.
Post # 36
@QueenOfSerendip: Lol we totally plan our weekly fast food fix. Saturday McDonald’s. Oh yeah baby!!! It’s a treat.
I judge people who wear those hipster glasses. I realllllllllly think they look so daft.
Post # 37
the only thing I allow myself no guilt for judging people on is for stupid personalized lisence plates. haha, it’s cute! No..you took an extra trip to the DMv, filled out paperwork, and now pay extra (I think in my state it was like $80 extra per year) for your lisence plate to say “juicy7” or “texmex” or “precous”
seen all of these. is a game between my sister and I to send crazy ones that we see to each other.
If you have to mispell the word to get it to fit, just don’t. If juicy or sexy is already taken, don’t add a number on. this is not a screenname you just aren’t original. I think the texmex guy was the owner of a local texmex restaurant..because we saw it in the parking lot. Either that or he’s just a reaaaally big fan.
Post # 38
This is a no-flame zone!! Come on – share!
Post # 39
Even though I take a lot of pride in what I eat, I actually don’t judge people on what they eat (I think fast food is designed to be addictive, and I also think people often use food to regulate their emotions, and it can have less severe side effects than many other alternatives, from meds to booze to drugs to smashing their fist in someone’s face). And this is also a big part of why I don’t judge people on their weight.
But I do judge parents on what their children eat.
Post # 40
OMG I know… I feel like such a hypocrite because 99% of the time I’m totally anti-fast food. Like, I KNOW it’s bad for me. And I do get grossed out when I think about what it does to my body. But if I get a couple drinks it me, I’m all about Taco Bell hahahah.
Post # 41
Another one: I judge people DH and I have nicknamed “garage-sitters.” This is fairly common in the midwest. They are people who have turned their garage into some kind of hangout place. They have lawn furniture, couches, TVs sometimes even… it’s bad. I find it totally white-trash.
Post # 42
Omg. My Fiance loves Seinfeld and he recently got a vanity license plate that reads, “ASSMAN.” I feel like an idiot riding around in that car! He thinks its just oh-so-hilarious. I just hope that the majority of people have seen that Seinfeld episode.
Post # 43
I freaking love this thread!
I thought I was a terrible person for my views on fast food, but I’m not alone!
I judge based on cars (If you drive an Audi or a BMW we can’t be friends, same if you drive a ghetto-mobile and make a living wage), driving quality (THE LEFT LANE IS FOR GOING FAST. 50 IS NOT FAST)
And also if you have fake nails. Reality TV makes me judge people with fake nails as being high matienence!
I also love people who leash their kids. There’s nothing like openly admitting you can’t control your kids in public! So I love it in the same way I love Honey Boo Boo commercials. In a judge-y way.
Post # 44
It sounds ridiculous, but I judge people who are irresponsible about dog breeding or even just training in general. Future Sister-In-Law drives me nuts. They have an adorable ~10 week old puppy and she smacks it when it misbehaves, and rubs its nose in poop if he has an accident. I just want to smack HER and say she should have been watching him! Argh. At least she got a male though…before they got him the comment “if I had a female I’d just breed her every year and sell the puppies. Think of the money!” came out of her mouth, and it was all I could do not to throw up in my mouth a little.
Post # 45
I also judge people who tell me shit for my heallllllth. They may see me eating chips, hamburger one day, but what they don’t know is that I eat 600kcals 5 days a week. I also got big from pregnancy with months of bedrest. Personally, I think people’s bodies are THEIR business. I am sick justifying every damn bite that goes into my mouth. I judge a society that fosters eating disorders under the guise of ‘health’.
Post # 46
This will be no surprise (just look at my username) but I judge people who have no interest in traveling internationally or whine about how they can’t afford to ever travel yet drop crazy money on cars, furniture, clothes, etc.