(Closed) What do you silently judge people about?

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Post # 407
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

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@les105:  I had to LOL at this one! I firmly believe that if traveling to a foreign country, and you do not know the language, AT LEAST learn how to say “I’m sorry, I don’t speak ________. Do you speak English”…. IN THAT LANGUAGE!

Post # 409
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

I’m pretty judgy. It sucks, and I hate it, but I haven’t been successful in preventing it from happening. I usually keep my mouth closed about it though so I won’t list them because I’d rather not stir the pot.

Post # 410
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Newbee
  • Wedding: August 2012

It really bothers me when fb friends and instagram contacts post a million pictures of themselves. I’ve seen girls dedicate entire albums to photographs of their face, then sit back and sweep up the compliments with a sickeningly “I know I deserve this” attitude. It makes me delete them, every time. 

 

Post # 411
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: February 2012

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@SpecialSundae:  Oh Brits abroad…. I have quite often pretended to not be British when faced with screaming drunk yobs who want to know “Where we can go to get f+!&%^g wasted yeah!”.  And unfortunately 9 times out of 10 these people are British.

I also judge people who choose to live in a foreign country and choose NOT to learn the language. Because “EVERYBODY UNDERSTANDS ENGLISH IF YOU SHOUT AND WAVE YOUR ARMS LIKE AN IDIOT!”.  I have lived in Greece for 6 years, and made it my business to learn the language. so I cannot think of an excuse for someone who has lived here for 25 years and has only managed to learn to say one word – and that being hello.

I judge parents who ignore bad behaviour in their children.

I judge people who whinge they don’t have money to pay 50 euros to have leak in their roof fixed, and then go out to a restaurant and boast about their 100 Euro bill.

I woke up very judgy today, and people are just feeding me with things to judge.

Post # 412
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

Right now I’m feeling a little judgemental of my parents for spoiling their dog rotten and treating her like a newborn baby. I’m staying with her while they’re away and I haven’t had a full night’s sleep since they left. It’s actually a good think I’m still not working or else I’d have a hard time functioning during the day.

I love dogs and I love her, but I’m exhausted and crabby at the moment.

Post # 413
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: February 2013

I know this thread is meant to be fun and I judge people too. I know people have said it already but I’m also really offended that people judge someone about being overweight. I am overweight and it IS because of medical issues. I know everyone has said they realize not everyone is overweight because of how they eat but how can you judge some random person on the street not knowing why they are overweight? I eat the same things as every thin person in my family yet I am overweight. I work out everyday and I’m still overweight. I will always be overweight… it’s something I will deal with for the rest of my life and I can’t do anything about it other than what I’ve been doing. I was teased so badly growing up before I knew why I was overweight and sometimes I considered killing myself because I was so badly teased. To know that I will be judged in public for just having the body I have is so heartbreaking I can’t even put it into words and makes me not even want to go anywhere. 

I’m also so offended that someone said they hate it when skinny people wear baggy clothes and fat people wear tight clothes. Fat people should not have to spend their whole life in baggy clothes because it’s what people stereotype and think fat people should wear. I am overweight but I have an hour glass figure and tighter fitting clothes are more flattering on me. I don’t mean super small tshirts showing half my stomach but nicer curve hugging clothes. Just because I’m fat doesn’t mean I shouldn’t be able to wear the same clothes you wear. I also think that goes both ways… if a skinny person wants to wear baggy clothes, who cares?

Just like someone else said… people who smoke choose to smoke, people who drive badly do that out of their own fault, people who are rude choose to be. I can understand judging for those things. However, I can’t understand judging someone for the body they were born with without any choice of their own. Just like some very skinny people are that way because of their body type and they can’t gain weight, some fat people are overweight because they were born that way and can’t lose weight.

I am sorry for this long rant, it just really hurts to read these things. I had a hard time growing up but I have come to accept my body and learned to dress in a way that flatters me. I have been lucky enough to find a man that loves me for who I am, fat and all. Hopefully this will make someone realize why they shouldn’t judge someone who is overweight. I’m sorry to be one of those people but I had to say something… I was almost in tears reading a few comments.

Post # 414
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2018

I judge creationists and anyone that believes more in religion than science. And republicans. 

Post # 415
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Helper bee

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@MsMadHatter:  Hi, I truly apologize if anything I said hurt your feelings. It’s horrible that people make decisions about someone’s character because of their appearance and I am certainly guilty of it. I’ll try to be more conscious of how I phrase things from now on. The bee shouldn’t be a hostile place for anyone. And as a side note, I went to your profile and saw your picture and you look beautiful in your wedding gown.  

Post # 416
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Bumble bee

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@LaCroix:  I’m WAAAAY late to reply, but it is Rin 😉

Post # 417
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Blushing bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

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@kittyface:  Oh I’m so worried about this one! We buy all our fresh produce from the local farmers market and then do a grocery shop, so we end up with a trolley full of packet food… And I always say to my DH, can you imagine what people must think about our trolley :/

Post # 418
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: February 2013

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@MrsDocHorrorShow:  It’s ok and I’m sorry if I came off as hostile, I was just trying to express how I felt. Some things are just hurtful. The way I look at it… if someone smokes around you, it does effect you. If someone cuts you off in traffic or talks on their phone and causes an accident, that effects you. But someone being fat in no way whatsoever effects random strangers.

And thanks so much, I truly feel better than I’ve ever felt when I’m in my dress 🙂

Post # 419
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Bee Keeper

I judge people for making choices I see as unethical.

I judge people who judge people for things they did not choose (e.g., a facial attribute), or superficial things that really don’t matter (e.g., taste in music).

That pretty much covers it, but it ends up making me a very judgy person…and I know it.
 

Post # 420
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

LEGGINGS AS PANTS

Post # 421
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: July 2014

Grammar and the stuff in your grocery cart (but I’m a total hypocrite cause my grocery loot can be pretty disgraceful)

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