(Closed) What do you silently judge people about?

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Post # 392
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2013

I still think it’s funny that people act surprised to hear what people judge each other for.  

Like it’s any surprise that humans are judgemental…

Post # 393
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

I don’t know about all the conspiracy theory (they put a magical ingredient in food to make you crave it fortnightly!!!!!) stuff, but I think people on average tend to grossy under-estimate the calories they consume in any given day.  I’m meticulous with logging my food and I know I still underestimate. Plus, the average person usually has no idea what a proper portion of food is.  I think even when people do log their food, they’re probably really eating 1.5 to 2 servings of something but are logging it in as one serving.  Do that on a regular basis, and you’ll eventually put on weight. 

Post # 394
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

I honestly could give two shits about what people choose to do with their lives. As long as they’re not harming others or myself, it’s all good!

 

Post # 395
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: January 1992

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@KatyElle:  May I come to your house for breakfast / movie day?

Post # 396
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Helper bee

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@hammerpants:  and @lookingglass

Definitely. I find this so interesting. I am trying to get much better about how I eat; it is certainly a process. Really trying to cut out sugar and empty carbs. I’ll do so well but then my friends/bf wanna do something awesome (like, beer brewing later today???). So I probably only eat very well 65% of the time.

Some pps have also said, “Oh, I have this very thin friend and she eats sooo much.”  My best friend is tiny, I mean a size 0 or 2, and it would appear she eats more than you’d expect. But that’s because EVERYTHING she eats, she eats out in the open. You see what she eats, and that is it. I’m a couple sizes bigger than her, and not gonna lie, sometimes often I like to freak out on a bag of cookies in front of my computer.

Post # 397
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Buzzing Beekeeper

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@StuporDuck:  The more the merrier! Bring brownies.

Post # 399
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

KatyElle If I bring margaritas can I come? I’m sure it’s 5 o’clock somewhere, right? How about some jalapeno poppers? I’ll make sure to wear gloves this time as not to have my hands burn for 6 hours from the juice…lol!!

Post # 400
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Buzzing Beekeeper

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@Ill Be Mrs B:  Hell yes! Let’s make it a block party.

Post # 401
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Bumble bee

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@MrsDocHorrorShow:  Haha, yeah that’s like my SO! He looks like he eats sooooo much, but he eats 2 (big) meals a day and that’s it. No snack, no alcohol, nothing. So whilst I eat smaller portions than him, I snack and have a drink, so we probably consume about the same, you just wouldn’t think it!

Post # 402
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

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@KatyElle:  I made Nutella chocolate chip cookies and watermelon margaritas.

Post # 403
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2014

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@Jacqui90:  Aww, no I wouldn’t! We all do stuff that other people judge. I’m reading this post and I’m realizing I must piss people off daily, ha! 

Post # 404
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

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@SpecialSundae:  So true! I’m American, but I am seriously embarassed by American tourists while abroad. It’s not that hard to learn “Pardon me, I don’t speak French, could you please help me XYZ…?” ugh! I especially hate it when the same darn people complain about immigrants not bothering to learn English when they come to America. Jerks!!

OT story…Last time I was in France, I was at the train station. There was an English speaking woman in front of me, and she approached the ticket counter and said “I need a ticket for XYZ…”…the man at the ticket counter responded (in French) “I’m sorry, I don’t speak any English…I’m sorry, I don’t understand” etc. This conversation continued with each in his native language. Eventually, she stormed away frustrated. I approached the counter, and, in French, said “May I have a ticket for [city name, I forget] please?”, and he responded IN FLAWLESS ENGLISH “Would you like the 9 o’clock or the 11 o’clock train, Miss?” HILARIOUS! She deserved it, though.

Post # 405
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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: December 2010

I judged the woman at walmart who let her son (who looked around 10) to go in walmart with NO shoes or socks on. I wanted to say something but… I didn’t. I should now judge myself for being silent.

I judge those who judge others for their size, be they “to small” or “over weight.”

I judge myself while at the grocery store…. To much junk food Mrs.Estep… TO MUCH!

I judge people who act like they are better than others because they have alot of money.

I judge people who air out everything on facebook.

I judge people who brag about everything they have to rub it in others faces.

I could go on but I am starting to sound to judgey!

Post # 406
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2019

I’m a Graphic Design student, so I’m extremely judgemental about anything design.

Sometimes I’ll sit at my desk and make faces at what I can see on the other computer screens around me. I know that sounds so horrible, but it’s a pretty cutthroat occupation.

I’ll even have an internal monologue about it. “No.. no, what are you doing? NO. STOCK PHOTOS. OH GOD MAKE IT STOOOOP.”

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