- 8 years ago
- Wedding: October 2012
Hmmmm.. good question!
I judge people when they post the most ridiculous emotional posts on Facebook. Keep that shizz private! This is mostly for people I’m not close with because I’m like, if I’m seeing this and I barely know you, I know others are. Stop broadcasting your business.
I judge ladies when they let their guys treat them like crap. For example: hanging out in a large group of guys/girls and this one guy is totally talking down to his fiance and she just takes it! Other people are telling him to knock it off and he just smiles like it’s no big deal. I’m not talking about lighthearted joking around here, I’m talking calling her out on being overweight when she recently gained some weight, having acne, being dumb, etc etc. So yes I judge the guy for being a total asshole but ultimately I judge the female for being too weak to stand up for herself/leave him.
I judge people for poorly behaved dogs. I have been dragged around by so many dogs that have zero leash manners, Gentle Leaders are your friend! Also dogs that we can’t even touch for a physical exam without muzzles or even sedation. I have had dogs lunge at me and try to take my face off, and the owners just laugh and say “oh my! Fluffy has never done that before!” Sure he hasn’t…
For the record, my cat is an asshole at the vet and I am embarassed every time I take him in.
i hate that i am judgemental.. but sometimes i just can’t help it. i would say the thing i judge the most is people’s clothes. i just don’t understand how some people leave their houses looking the way they do..
i also judge people who are obsessed with sports. if you like watching sporting events and like specific teams that’s totally fine, but there are so many people that watch nothing else on tv, they know every single statistic and every player and all the trades.. it’s like really, you have nothing better to do? my biggest pet peeve would be when people say “we are going to the championships!” or something like that. i’m pretty sure you aren’t on the team and none of the players probably even know you exist, so shouldn’t you be saying “they?”
Don’t hate me, but I’m being honest. People buying things with their EBT card, with their latest iPhones,artificial nails, and then driving away in a nice vehicle. It makes me seethe. This is for people in need, not so you can save for your next hot stone massage!
I judge when it suits me and when it is not a positive contribution to my life, I stop.
I think that judgers have to keep an eye on the impact of their judgemental behavior on their own lives.
I am completely in favor of each business owner making the decision for himself: smoking or not.
I’m completely NOT in favor of unilateral government decree of such.
Here I am juding Soctland even though I love it.
If we’re looking at judge as in things that people (yeah I know my grammar is irritating some right now and probably my spelling as well but it’s an online board, I don’t really mind if my grammar is off) do that irritate and make us angry…
False christians who judge and give the church a bad name.
People who look down on others.
When I’m feeling judgmental, I judge:
adults who judge children with their own measure, instead of accepting that they are children, not mini-adults.
poor (negligent/abusive) parents.
helicopter/clean freak parents. They’re part of why our younger generations are psychologically/immunologically weaker.
poor grammar, spelling, punctuation, and pronunciation (mute vs. moot?), not taking into account regional dialects. Though, for some reason, the word, “warsh,” grates me, though I know it is a regional pronunciation.
glaringly poor etiquette or manners.
rabid political/religious/anti-religious leanings, no matter what side of the fence they’re on.
lack of open-mindedness (toward food, music, indulgence, life, et cetera).
glaringly poor clothing choices (be it too tight, too small, a very wrong color combination, or lacking proper foundation). On that note, people who paid a clothing store to be a walking billboard.
people who judge without good reason.
anti-liberty sentiment. People should be free to do whatever they like to their own bodies until it begins to impede on another’s.
hateful or abusive people. I will openly act on this one as I do not tolerate cruelty.
Most of these things cannot be observed openly, in public, so I do my best not to judge often without reason.
I judge people who smoke in public around children especially but just in general around other humans! It doesn’t just hurt you, it hurts others as well.
I judge the parents of my students for not caring about their education.
I judge people who use incorrect grammar.
I judge people who never try anything new, food-wise. Like people who don’t even know what goat cheese is. C’mon people! It’s 2012. Stop eating Velveeta.
i hate to admit this but I am very judgemental, very. Especially when it comes to cleanliness and eating habbits, these are my two silent judgements. I am most critical of myself but I catch myself doing it with other people too. I NEVER say anything, I just think it.
But, I am openly critical about how people present themselves. So, I live in the city and take public transportation so its pretty bad. I just dont understand why people choose to dress completely inappropriate (boobs hanging out, tight and short skirts, etc) it just really bothers me. I find it incredibly disturbing and I do judge people based on how they dress (not wether it is designer or looks good, but based on their modesty). I honestly cannot be close, hang out or have a true relationship with someone who dresses immodest. I am actually vocal about that one, if it is someone that I know. Sorry, but, I just think everyone should respect their bodies and other peoples eyes 😀
I judge people who can’t spell properly, and who don’t know the difference between your and you’re and there, their, and they’re. I also cannot stand people who don’t know the difference between “an” and “a”. (eg. you’re a asshole and you’re an sweetheart” I also can’t stand people who type “LYk Diz” or replace the letter “p” with a “q” to look cool and like they have “swagger”.
Also, I hate the whole “swagger” hype that’s going on, and I can’t stand seeing teenagers wearing hats that cost them $90, especially when they’re for the Chigago Bulls or another international sports team. I feel like shouting “You’re in New Zealand!” I also cannot stand girls who wear really short and see-through dresses and skirts, and I feel like raging when I see a girl bend over to pick something up without caring that her arse is on display for all to see. I also cannot stand badly applied foundation and tanning products. I judge girls my age who can’t apply them effectively. They’re not 12, and it isn’t hard to do. I also judge girls who don’t look after their appearance, and who wear their ugly sweatpants out. I also judge girls who don’t dress appropriately for certain situations; for example, girls who wear a face full of freshly applied make-up to the gym, or early childhood teachers who wear low-cut tops and dresses or skirts without leggings underneath.
I judge people who parent their children badly. I cannot stand it when I am in the supermarket and there is a child running around causing mayhem by trashing the aisles and pushing items off of the shelves. I also cannot stand indulgent parents who give into their child’s every demand, and who jump when their child snaps their fingers. I also judge parents who don’t take any interest in their child, and parent’s who shove their child infront of the tv or xbox for hours on end, or who buy their 7 year old a laptop or mobile phone. I also judge pregnant women who drink, smoke and take drugs, and also the pregnant women who won’t eat salad or cheese or ice cream. I also judge dole-bludgers, who sit on their lazy arses spending their domestic purposes benefits (benifits for having children and not being able to work) on marijuana, alcohol, cigarettes and iphones while their children eat cheap junk food and are dressed in old, tattered clothing. I also can’t stand people who are on the unemployment benefit who are perfectly able to work, but would rather sit on their ass and be given funding for their drug habits.
I also judge people who dress inapropriately for their body shape, and overweight people who complain about their weight and do nothing to change it. I also cannot stand girls who will not eat anything other than salad, and who count calories and carbohydrates. I judge people who wear ugg boots with shorts, and people who wear jandals with jeans. I also judge people who drink too much (not genuine alcoholics) and especially girls who get super drunk and loud and slutty. I also judge people who plagarize other peoples work because they were too busy drinking and partying to do their own.
I also judge spoilt teenagers, and rich kids, and people who put their 6 week old child in a childcare centre, yet they drive a mercedes benz or chrysler and wear dolce and gabanna, chanel and prada, and both the husband and wife earn a lot of money, yet their baby is placed in the centre from 7:30-5:30, Monday to Friday.
I also judge racist people, people who are cruel to or neglect their pets, and people who believe everything that they see on the news or on tv. I also judge people who think they know everything, and who argue facts and don’t back their opinions up with factual evidence.
And there is more, but I think those are the main ones.
So, I’m a pretty judgemental cow, really 😛
I try hard not to and I know that this is horrible but I judge people’s weight. One of my very best friends has gained almost 40 pounds and I always want to ask her why is she doing that to her body and overall health. Also, I see people who are overweight and try to lose weight but have very bad eating habits. I just have this thing about being healthy and treating your body well since I think eating is a choice and some people don’t have anther choice like people with thyroid diesease etc.
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