(Closed) What do you silently judge people about?

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Post # 199
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

I am sorry that people get offended by this, but I think it’s funny and I love having people judge me just for the opportunity to prove them wrong.

I listen to heavy metal music. People on the outside of the “scene” judge me as being some kind of devil worshipping goth child.

I choose not to follow the industry standard style within the “scene”, so other fans judge me as being a “poser” because I am a non-conformist.

At the end of the day, I am confident in who I am, what I like and I’m not going to change for anyone. Take me as I am, or take a hike!

 

 

Post # 200
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

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@metalbride:  Hahahaha I love this! I have a successful non-music career these days, and come off (mainly to younger colleagues) as lame and not “punk rock” … I used to have a chelsea, go on tour, do all sorts of crazy shit with all sorts of bands you probably listen to….I love letting these colleagues think i’m some clueless old lady, Then I see their faces drop in shock when they hear what i’m listening to, or when i’m the one standing stage-side at the secret, tiny punk shows. 

Post # 201
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Bumble bee

Their attitude. If you have a nasty attitude the first time we meet, I will absolutely not be able to get over that, even if you’re sweet as pie the next time we meet.

People having a bad day is one thing. Someone that is absolutely rude to me for no reason when I’m being polite is another.

The other thing I judge people for are people who are rude to cashiers/waitresses/fast food workers/clerks. There is no excuse to be absolutely mean to someone in a position like that, unless the person is doing something worthy of getting annoyed with. And, no, asking for ID because it’s policy is not an excuse to be sarcastic. Not having the food out in less than 10 minutes does not qualify. Not being able to tell you the wait time at a doctor’s office/ER is not a reason to be rude.

 

Post # 202
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: April 2012

I completely understand people getting upset by things online. It drives me nuts when people are so dismissive of people who are genuinely upset by things people say online. Just because you don’t know someone doesn’t mean that sometimes what they say won’t hurt you. That whole “Sticks and stones may break my bones but names will never hurt me” is completely untrue (saying “sticks and stones may break my bones but names will lead to therapy” is closer but may be beyond 5 year olds).

I will admit that I judge people for wearing clothes that don’t fit (fat or thin doesn’t matter, but don’t wear clothes 2 sizes too small).

I also judge people with too much fake tan and badly bleached hair. It’s never a good look!

Oh, and people who use religion as an excuse for stupidity or bigotry. I have no objection to other people’s belief in a deity, but when their belief is used to push faith as science (creationism) or to deny people rights (i.e. gay marriage) then I do judge them.

Post # 203
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Bumble bee

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@metalbride:  Ha I LOVE this. I have dreads and used to eat vegan.

EVERYONE assumed I was a hippy when it couldn’t have been further from the truth. I ate vegan because I had recently been diagnosed with Coeliacs so I needed as much veg as possible, and I only have dreads for VOLUME! Completely vain reasons, I can assure you!

Its amazing when people learn about the real me. I think it’s funny.

I think that people only get offended by things when its something they don’t like about themselves. You can not like a million things about me, but if I like them- and I’m happy with it- then no one could offend me. Not even if it were a direct insult.

It all comes down to feeling good about yourself and who you are- regardless of what others think.

Post # 204
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

I judge people who are offended by farts.

Come on now, farts are hilarious!  

ETA: Clearly, there is a time and a place for flatulence.  I do not condone excessive flatulence while, say, delivering a eulogy.  However, under most circumstances, farts make me giggle like a small child every. single. time.

Post # 205
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Bumble bee

Lol! Ewwww I HATE farts! And fart related jokes. I can’t even believe I’ve typed the word twice here!!

Post # 206
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2012

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@lookingglass:  LOL!  I am now judging you from across the pond 🙂

Post # 207
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

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@Bostongrl25:  Well when someone posts a sob story on here about a death and then surprise Google turns up news articles stating something completely different then yep, that is a lie and I judge the hell out of it. That’s all I’m gunna say lest I break TOS, but yeah. All these petty judges in this thread pale in comparison to that. 

Post # 208
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: February 2013

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@StefLovesJamie:  Off-topic, but that’s Rin in your avatar, isn’t it? ^_^

Post # 209
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

I feel bad saying this but I judge those moms who walk around all dressed up nice and clean but their kids are a dirty mess. Kids have dirty clothes on, hair all messed up, dry boogers on their faces, old torn dirty shoes.

 

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@stephanie091512:  And that! 

Post # 210
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

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@allyfally:  strictly in response to the beer ID story: I know it’s hard not to assume what people think but in that situation- I would have as snicker or light laugh too. NOT because calling someone fat is funny or entertaining but because the guy being ID’d is being a total idiot and flipping off the hook for no good reason. I would never outright laugh in somones face as they’re being called fat. And I’m sure regardless of our silent judgements most of us are simply not that cruel.

Post # 211
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Buzzing Beekeeper

I judge those who are rude to service people/sales people/ servers. Really, you’re that miserable with yourself that you need to pick at people who are just trying to do their jobs? Stop being a bitch and find someone else to annoy.

I judge those who judge overweight people. I silently pray that they gain 100 pounds and can’t lose it 🙂
 

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