Post # 347
People who use sunbeds or bake themselves in the sun, although I’m not very silent about it. That is not a “healthy glow”, a healthy glow is the flush on your skin from exercise. A tan is your skin fighting to protect itself. If you want to dramatically increase your risk of skin cancer and visibly age more quickly go ahead, but I won’t hide my disdain.
Post # 348
“People who always think they are ‘sick’.” YES. Sometimes I think I am surrounded by hypochondriacs and “sickly” attention-seekers!
I was a tanning bed junkie for 5 years until I had to have a pre-cancerous mole removed. Haven’t stepped in one or left the house without SPF since! Not to mention the premature aging side effects of tanning.
Post # 349
Totally agree. My sister tanned biweekly in high school and had skin cancer at the age of 19. Yes I realize that there are plenty of people who don’t get skin cancer…but it always really irks me when people act like it’s just a bunch of hype. YOU try dealing with the fact that your 19 year old sister might be dying and then tell me that I should lighten up about tanning beds.
Ok, rant over!
Post # 350
I instantly judge people on their manners… or lack of! Also how they speak & carry themselves
Post # 351
Mouth breathers. Ugly shoes. I had a friend who I hung out with for a while and we would just sit and judge people. I’m much better now that I don’t see her as often, but there are some things…
Post # 352
+1 I’m judgemental when it comes to those on welfare who abuse the money. I just LOVE seeing what my tax dollars are paying for.
Post # 353
I judge scammers. Not just on the Bee, but everywhere.
Post # 354
I judge people who complain about being broke, but continue to make terrible money choices
I judge people who go to expensive colleges and get unmarketable degrees and then complain about not being able to find a good job.
Post # 355
Thanks for saying this! It’s such a hard thing to judge because it IS different for everyone. I’ll admit – I do judge when someone complains about their weight and lives on fast food and doesn’t exercise – but that’s not the case for everyone. I’m about 20 pounds overweight and I eat a balanced diet and I’m very active. I want
to be thinner, but I also know that I’d have to live on an incredibly restrictive diet in order to reach that goal. It’s not always out of laziness, it’s a different struggle for many people. And I’m in great health, I really only want to lose weight for vanity’s sake haha.
Post # 356
I have an aquaintance who is always dying of some illness, yet she’s still healthy enough to go get hammered every weekend. Drives me nuts, haha.
Post # 358
Lol. I have to laugh at that cause that was NOT my experience at all, but I’m not gonna argue. Just in the six years I was at Florida between undergrad and postbac, it was te Florida State fans throwing the punches, both physical or verbal. And I experienced it firsthand as well, except I stopped wearing UF gear around Tally as to not be “that obnoxious fan”. It’s all a matter of perspective when it comes to football fandom, I guess 🙂
Post # 359
Just out of curiosity, but what do you consider a “marketable” degree? I can’t think of any degree where you are guaranteed a job. I also think that it would be a sad world if no one pursued the Arts, Music, or even Psychology (which I consider very marketable but has one of the highest rates of unenployment).
Post # 360
I’m not a fan of any college football team.. so I think I have a pretty unbiased opinion 😉 well, my university football team is in the DI AA so I don’t really have a reason to cheer for anyone that is actually played on the television! lol But I will say.. college football fans in the south… especially the SEC get a little too into it!
Post # 361
you would hate me lol, i am overweight significantly, due to medication, but i also have a junk food addiction which is hindering weight loss, i buy junk food daily and yes i have tried to stop, my psychiatrist will hopefully be able to help with that, i am also not that fond of exercise.