Post # 1
I know that my topic is not grammatically correct (ending with a prep and all), but honestly I don’t like the way the correct sentence sounds.
Anyhoo, because we all know what it feels like to be openly judged, especially we Bees that have/are planning weddings. i.e, why are you spending so much, why are you getting married outside, why are you getting married in December, why are you picking those colors…I could on and on. Well my question is, what is it that someone does that makes you inwardly put on your “judge’s robe”? It doesn’t have to be wedding related. It can be anything. Just curious.
Post # 3
Not sure that it’s “silent” but at work I meet a lot of people who claim they own literally 0 pieces of “real” identification, and have no interest in participating in that government cash grab. I always wonder how an adult functions day to day with no id.
Post # 4
I really try not to be judgemental because it really doesn’t do anything to make me a better or happier person… but I do sometimes judge people on their eating habits. I really hate fat-shaming so it’s not usually in that way, but sometimes at the grocery store, I get judgey about people who have a million frozen meals and no produce in their carts. I just love fresh food so I can’t figure it out!
Post # 5
This is bad, but I silently judge people who spell things wrong. Any word spelled incorrectly makes me cringe. I know that there are many very intelligent people that are bad at spelling, but somehow I just can’t help it! I never say anything because I know how stupid that is.
Post # 6
Ok, that is crazy. I preach to my high school students about walking around around without their id. I drill it into their heads about how important it is! An adult is just insane.
Post # 7
I judge people about the way they speak. Do they stutter when they’re nervous? Do they falter, does their voice kind of trail off in uncertainty? Do they sound confident? It bugs me when people don’t sound confident when they talk.
Post # 8
I have to ask; what good can come of this thread except making people feel poorly about themselves?
Post # 9
Their clothing. I know it is wrong and mean but sometimes people wear clothes that are too tight
Post # 11
When people are assholes.
Post # 12
@Bellagiobride: I judge people for…being judgmental.
Post # 13
Horrible grammar! Though, as a speech therapist, that comes with the territory!
Also I get “judgy” about people who are on their cell phones while ordering food, going through the check-out line, etc.
Post # 14
I find I tend to judge people on the bus a lot. Some people are so rude about seats. I herniated a disc between my pelvis and spine and was on crutches for weeks and I often had to wobble there while the bus took off and ask someone to vacate a disability seat (note most of these people were college students). My back isn’t fully healed and it hurts when I get jerked around standing, but I was the only one who got up for an elderly amputee yesterday (missing a hand and carraying a bag, no way for him to hang on).
Post # 15
This exactly. Bad bus etiquette drives me nuts!
Post # 16
Oh gosh. Where can I begin:
Parents bringing their toddlers to an R RATED MOVIE (I mean, come on…)
People who complain about being broke, but somehow they are always getting their nails done and they have the newest iPhone
People who brag about how much money they have in general
Telling every move you make on Facebook (no one cares!)