Post # 32
I think it’s human nature to judge and categorize everything (including people) we come into contact with. If a person doesn’t “judge” then they probably aren’t actively thinking and paying attention to their surroundings. I love to people watch!
However, I often judge people in a “judgemental” or negative way when they are bad drivers haha.
Post # 33
Being overly sensitive, Being too “pc,” bad children, makeup… i’m pretty judgy.
Post # 34
Whoa, this is a slippery slope. I guess the one I am most silent about is people who eat fastfood on a regular basis. It is acceptable once in a while, like on road trips or when time is really tight, but daily or even weekly is so unhealthy. ugh.
Post # 35
I hate when people assume your “over sensitive” how the f*** do you even know what that person is even going through or been through. That’s the problem with this world nothing but a bunch of snarky b’s that judge you…must be nice to walk around and feel so perfect!
Post # 36
I am really judgmental, I won’t even get started…
Post # 37
If people put socks on their babies when out in public or not. WHY is your child barefoot in Target?? Not ok
Post # 39
The people who go around correcting other people’s grammar. I’m always thinking to myself, oh yeah who are you? Lol Guess it bothers me because I can’t be the only person posting from an android phone and it’s definitely not easy!
Post # 40
haha you must work in film
Post # 41
- Wedding: September 2012 - Southern California
People who go out in their pajamas. How hard is it to just throw on a pair of jeans & simple shirt to go out!? I equate you to lazy! Sorry :/
Post # 42
It’s not much better posting from an Apple product. Between the little keyboard and auto correct, much harder than you think!
Post # 43
People who are rude to waitstaff or customer service people for absolutely no reason. I really can’t ever look at someone the same way again after they snap at a waitress or yell at a cashier.
Post # 44
Doing anything from a cell phone has proven difficult but at least I still have internet for now until we can get it at home! 🙂
Post # 45
I judge people when their kids are dirty. Not normal kid dirty, but snotnosed dirty fingernails dirty.
Post # 46
@Bellagiobride: Every “modern grammar” class I took as a linguistics major took this stance on sentences ending with a preposition: Who cares? The rules of language have changed so much over the years that casual communication (speech / writing) has become fairly even across classes (I’m talking American English here, specifically) and our descriptive (actual use) grammar has become much more lax.
Not to mention the fact that there are some phrases (put up with, hang it up) that can’t be rearranged in a coherent way. While you would say “hang up the coat”, you wouldn’t say “hang up it”, just to avoid saying “please go hang it up”.
Anyway, my point was that plenty of people are willing to call you out on “omg you ended your sentence in a preposition!”, but I say go for it! You know, as long as it makes sense.
As for my silent judgment, I judge people who get all high and mighty about grammar in an in-your-face kind of way. Don’t get me wrong! I love grammar and I happen to be the type of person who does communicate with a high degree of grammatical prowess, but I am not the type to attack someone for ending a sentence with a preposition or for saying “me and him” unless the forum / discussion / situation / atmosphere warrants it. I’m not going to make someone feel bad just because I happen to notice the mistake, even if it’s one that I find frustrating to read / hear.
The other is in line with a previous poster who said that they judge people’s carts at the store when they’re filled with frozen meals and no fresh produce. It’s not that issue, exactly, but it’s close. When I see adults there with their kids and the cart is full of chips and candy and all sorts of “crap”, but not a package of meat (not that all people eat meat) or a single piece of fresh produce in sight, I can’t help but sigh internally. I don’t have the best eating habits, to be sure, but my issue is more overeating than eating “crap”. I notice it more now that my grocery shopping is for kids, too. It’s absolutely horrifying that my fiancé’s kids literally do not eat vegetables at their mothers’ houses. That means that his daugther (we get her every other weekend) gets veggies and fruit only when at our place and his son (50% custody) gets them only at school and at our house. But at least he has school to feed him right! The daughter is home schooled, so the food isn’t different then, either!
Oh, yeah, and I (not so silently) judge my soon-to-be step-kids’ mothers for stuff like this.