(Closed) What have you found in people's homes that you totally judged them for?

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Post # 347
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: July 2012

Mostly just on smell and overall cleanliness.

My next door neighbor and I used to have sleep overs all the time and her dad used to raise snakes and spiders and stuff for people to use in moves (think Ananconda). One night I was sleeping over (on the floor!) and I opened my eyes to see I HUGE triantula right next to my head! 

There house was NOT the cleanest and believe me when I say I never slept over there again. 

 

Post # 348
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA

@tallierand:  omg me too! People who don’t have a corkscrew just blow my mind! How do you  drink the most delicious liquid known to man without a corkscrew?! 

But once the bottle is open, I’m good. I’ll drink that shit out of a mug or a jam jar or whatever, as long as it gits in ma belly.

Post # 349
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

i hate hate hate when a couple has photos of themselves decorating the entire house…but no photos of family members or friends. and these same people are the ones who send out christmas cards that are a photo of them…good grief get over yourself! 

Post # 350
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

My oldest friend had a ginormous picture blown up over her fireplace in the living room. I couldn’t quite figure out what it was but upon closer inspection realized it was close up of HER NIPPLE!!!

Yeah. I judged her for that.

Post # 351
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Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: December 2011

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@Sunfire:  We got nice stoneware for our wedding, after six months it went to goodwill and we took hand me down correlle from my Mil. I broke four bowls, two mugs, a dinner plate and three salad plates in three months. No thanks! I didnt drop it on the floor or anything either, it fell three inches into the sink and split. Not worth it to me! I am much too clumsy for fine china. My gma is willing me 100 year old china with gold rims, I am scared to death. 

Post # 352
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Honey bee

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@Sunfire:  It’s ok. I totally dislike Corelle dishes too. Something about their thinness and drawn on designs creeps me out. 

Post # 353
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

My apartment would get so judged haha. We’re poor college students so we have crappy silverware, mismatched furniture (although I really try!), and some tacky decor. But it is clean!

I let my Fiance decorate the living room. Silly me thought this would be okay…. Big mistake. There are posters and stupid stuff everywhere. There is a big movie poster of the Boondock Saints guys pointing their guns. If you sit a certain normal way on the couch it looks like they are going to blow your brains out. It used to really embarrass me. Now I find it hilarious.

I judge people by how their house smells and how clean their kitchen and bathroom are. One of the reasons I do not like staying over at my FMIL’s house – her kitchen is always dirty.

Post # 354
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

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@badabing88:  because they’re fantastic!

Post # 355
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

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@Sunfire:  yes. Corelle is the devil. I cannot stand the sound it makes!

Post # 356
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

This is fun to read. I’m sure a lot of people will disagree with this one, but I judge people who make me take off my shoes at their house. I mean, if it’s a close friend and we are just hanging out, then okay. But I hate if I’m over for a party or dinner and they make me take off my shoes. I understand wanting to keep the house clean, but surely you can let it go for one night!

Post # 357
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

I’m super germaphobic and HATE seeing kitchen sponges that are sitting by the sink that you can tell have been used to wash many many dishes. Ughhh. Germ traps and I HATE the way they smell!! Or when people fill up a sink with water and just let their dishes soak in it for an extended period of time with food bits floating around…geeeeewww. That is not sanitizing your dishes!! :/ Also when you use a glass at someone’s house and it smells like musty cupboard – this sounds snobby, but if you have an old house (I’ve been there!) line your kitchen cupboards

 

 

 

 

Post # 358
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: April 2014

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@Sunfire:  GIRL YOU DID NOT just insult Corelle! That’s my favorite brand! They never break (my dad dropped a plate at like 5 1/2 feet off the ground and it didn’t even chip!) and (I think) they have pretty patterns! 😉

Things I have judged on in the past:

house 1:

  • Not having scissors. Period. How do you cut shit?
  • Not having conditioner (I was showering at a womans house, not snooping!)
  • Not cleaning up pet messes (I’ve seen accidents left for days! Yuck!)
  • Not taking proper care of pets (baaaaaare minimum)
  • Leaving a list of prescriptions on the fridge (Including one for VIAGARA)

House 2:

  • Too clean (what are you hiding/compensating for?)
  • All diety aspartamey food (That shits not good for you, either eat the real shit or cut it out)
  • Her husband (loljkjk ;););) kthxbye)

Generally, bad smells, sticky grimey floors, too much stuff, too many critters, extreme cleanliness (do you live here or sell mattresses?) or extreme UNcleanliness. Decor I’ll usually giggle at but not judge. Bathrooms… As long as they’re not gross, I don’t care. Kitchens, same.

Post # 359
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Busy bee

One strand of animal hair and I’m done.

Crumbs on surfaces 

Human hair anywhere other than on a human body

Dirty bathrooms when company was anticipated

Post # 360
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2013

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@Dogsbody92:  Hell YES on the bathroom bins. Especially when you also can’t find their kitchen bin so you’re wandering around with a tampon wrapper in your hand, hoping the bin will magically reveal itself.

Post # 361
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: October 2013

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@LALaw:  How exactly does one keep animals from shedding after the house has been cleaned so as not to let any hair been seen by company? If you’ve got a secret I don’t know about, let me know!

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@littlebeanpole:  Ah I hate that! I wrap it in toilet paper and I’m all like, “Oh, don’t mind me… Just walking around with a wad of toilet paper.. La dee dah…” 

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@ErinC6:  Eek I HATE sponges!!!

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