(Closed) Just for fun: Who do you judge?

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Post # 62
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2012

I judge people by how they dress, if they smoke, how they talk (swearing & slang), and most of all, I judge people who have children and cannot possibly afford them!

Post # 63
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

I judge people who walk smab dab down the middle of the aisle in a parking lot without being aware of me creeping up slooooooowly behind them, waiting for them to move their asses out of the way so I can park. I assume that at some point, that will be hit by a car while walking around not paying attention to anything but their conversation.

 

 

I judge people who get into the passing lane and drive the speed limit or below, staying in my blind spot instead of, you know, actually passing me. Again, I assume they will cause an accident one day.

 

 

I judge people who don’t wash their hands after using the restroom. I admit, they COULD have hand sanitizer in their purse they plan to use…. but seems unlikely.

 

 I judge pretty much every rude, thoughtless, irritating, and ridiculous thing various customers and regulars do at my part-time place of work. It makes the day go by faster. I, however, am still perfectly polite and accommadating to them as an employee.

Post # 64
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Buzzing bee

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@Ruby-Redshoes:  I like you and would like to co-sign to your list.

In addition, I judge people who openly admit that they will not try new types of food or travel because they don’t care to learn/are uninterested; people who don’t understand the difference between individual action and collective action; and Boomers who look down their noses at people in their early 20s who are struggling to find a job and achieve stability.  

Post # 65
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Busy bee

to clarify,I do not judge people by their weight. First of all I know many technically obese people who are in far better physical shape than I am, and also I don’t equate being fat with being unhealthy, the two are often mutually exclusive. I do judge people for eating crap food, even though I very ocassionally do it myself, I think it’s important for society for people to take control of their health, and a huge part of that is having a healthy diet. 
eating real, whole natural foods. I also totally judge parents who do not control their children. I have a 4 year old and if we are in public and she is throwing a fit, we leave and she gets a time out or doesn’t get something she wants. I work in a restaurant and this couple comes in every weekend with their two boys and just lets the two year old scream while the 5 year old follows us all around while we are trying to work, it’s infuriating. 

Post # 66
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

I honestly try not to judge people anymore, but when people have their priorities all wrong it grates on me. Like when people who have a lot complain about not having enough money (e.g. the mortgage on their mansion near the beach is expensive) , workaholics who don’t understand that actually being with their family is more important than buying them the best “stuff”, people with road rage (is a slow driver really such a big deal in your life that you can get this upset??)

Also, I really shouldn’t but I do judge young girls in skimpy outfits

Post # 68
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2010

Adult picky eaters.

Women who wear “slutty” halloween costumes past college age.

Bad tippers.

Parents who let their kids run wild in stores and restaurants and just laugh at how cute their precious darlings are.

People who plan home births (I know I’m getting flamed for this one).

Post # 69
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2010

All you bees who won’t post because you’re afraid of being flamed… let’s hear it!!

Post # 70
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

I judge people who ride their bikes on the sidewalk when there’s a bike lane right next to them, especially when a car lane was removed so they could add said bike lane.

Post # 71
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2013

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@sailor:  Basically +1 to your whole list.

People who spell out acronyms when they talk. Eff-Why-Eye…. you sound like a pre-teen.

Post # 72
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

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@Ruby-Redshoes:  +1000

ETA- I judge people who use text abbreviations like ‘u’ ‘r’ or ‘2’ instead of you, are, and to (or too).  There is no character limit on phones anymore, there is really no reason to not type the few extra letters!  And if you’re on a computer….no excuses.  

Post # 73
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Bee Keeper

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@Cyri:  I don’t know I would say I judge road rage as much as I am suspicious of it. I don’t mean the normal occasional annoyance of being held up in exceptionally bad traffic making you late for something important (who wouldn’t get upset about that), but some people are like, road-rage-aholics. I dated one guy who seemed calm almost to the point of passiveness in general, but behind the wheel he was hollering death curses at half the vehicles passing by… on our, you know, date, to a botanical garden or pizza parlor or something. So, totally worth risking popping a blood vessel because not every car on the road is doing exactly what he thinks he would be doing if his car was where their car was?

I felt like… there has to be more to this anger! And I found it scary, because outside of the car it just seemed to be GONE, nothing could anger that guy (I was a little worried that breaking up with him might, but he took that well, too). My and FI’s anger runs close to the surface. We express anger easily but at least you know it’s not all bottled up ready to explode someday. I guess that guy reminded me of an aerosol can being heated up. One day, is the pressure going to be too much? I don’t know if this is accurate or not though.

Post # 74
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

I judge the fast food thing.  I judge that alot.  I have not had fast food in almost 7 years and I think it is grand.  I also judge people in a group who take up the entire sidewalk in one line.  I just want to scream get out of my way the sidewalk is for everyone, I should not have to step into the street to walk here.

Post # 75
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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: March 2014 - Chicago, IL

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@QueenOfSerendip:  I judge women that have more pictures of them getting wasted at bars than they do of or with their own children. Grow the F up and own up to being a MOTHER. The day you decided to have unprotected sex/get pregnant/or keep a baby is the day you get your shit together and stop going out to the bars 3 times a week. I also HARDCORE judge any pregnant woman I see smoking. I want to smack the damn cigarette out of their hand! I had a preggo girl once tell me “My doctor says it will be worse for the baby if I stop smoking now. As long as I roll my own cigarettes it’s safer than using a nicotine patch.” Ummmm you’re dumb.

Post # 76
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

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@Schrodingers-Car:  “I judge a society that fosters eating disorders under the guise of ‘health’.”

I LOVE This! I have noticed more & more of this too. Frankly I feel if you worry *that* much about what other people eat, you probably have an unhealthy relationship with food yourself..

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