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

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Post # 362
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2015

I only skimmed the first page or so, so I apologize if anyone else said this, but the first thing that came to mind was “It’s not my fault that I have a heavy flow and a wide-set vagina!”

I judge if people are lacking certain things. If I go to use your bathroom and there’s no soap or only bar soap (ugh inconvenient/a little gross), or no towel that’s clearly a hand towel, I’ll judge you for it. I don’t want to have to dry my hands on the towel that you obviously use to dry yourself!

Post # 363
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2013 - UK

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@iarebridezilla:  The first time I got scabies, I got it from a blanket I borrowed. The second time, I got it from someone’s spare mattress. The third time was probably from the fabric covered seats on Asian public transport. It’s sooo common in the far east. The issue was that, in the UK, it’s treated as an STD. When I first got it, I was only young, and I was back in the UK before I had it diagnosed. My doctor started talking about boys, and I couldn’t work out what he was implying. Once I figured it out, I went bright red and started stammering “er… but I don’t… I mean… I haven’t… errr…. I…. I’M STILL A VIRGIN, OK?”

Not exactly my finest hour.

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@suburbian:  I would LOVE an exotic!

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@peachacid:  Really curious now… when you say silverware, do you mean knives and forks and things, or proper silver plated dining and tea sets? Because I don’t know anyone with the latter except for me! My silver plate is all either inherited or from ebay… either way, it’s all mismatched!

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@stephanie091512:  I went through a period where I used to get drunk, and then feel compelled to correct the spelling, punctuation and grammar on all public signage with a black permanent marker. Was it vandalism? Sure. But it was also sooooo satisfying Embarassed

 

As a side note… I’m just amazed that nobody has commented about my BDSM Nazi post, LOL!

Post # 364
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2013 - UK

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@msfahrenheit:  Like I said before, I’m a shoe offender! It’s totally a cultural thing, though. If you’re from parts of Europe, or pretty much all of Asia, it’s completely the norm to remove your shoes. In fact, it’s considered the height of bad manners to wear shoes inside the house.

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@LALaw:  One strand of hair? I mean, I love a clean house, but the only way to avoid one strand of animal hair is to either not have pets, or else shave them, LOL!

Post # 365
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Bee Keeper

The two biggest things for me are no soap in the bathroom which makes me think how mauch germs are all over your house from people only washing hands with water after using the washroom and dirty cutlery….I can stand eating from other people utensils and if it has like food chunks on it and not cleaned properly I want to vomit!!!

Post # 366
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2024

A friend of my EX decided to breed dogs (STUPID decision on her part because she was pregnant and not a knowlegable breeder, annoying all in itself) We went over once for dinner and I immediately said “why don’t we go out to eat” after seeing dog SHIT all over the kitchen. Yep she put their pen in the kitchen then didn’t clean it. There was shit on the floor, on some of the walls. It was disgusting. We went out to dinner then I faked a migraine so we could go home. Disgusting and even worse is they had a baby living in that filth.

Post # 367
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2013

I think my Fiance judged me when he first moved in because I didn’t own a plunger. He came out of the bathroom all sheepish looking and was like “I can’t find your plunger.” I had to break it to him that I didn’t OWN a plunger, nor have I ever owned one… He went into town immediately and purchased one, so now we have one hiding in the guest bathroom closet. 

Is it that strange that I didn’t own a plunger?

As for other people’s houses, I don’t judge too harshly because I have a tough enough time keeping my big house nice and tidy, but I definitely clean up when I know there is company coming. I’m definitely glad I haven’t wandered into any houses like some of you have described with bugs and poo everywhere!!

Post # 368
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: October 2018

My parents’ house is eternally messy (not like Hoarders messy or anything) so that doesn’t bug me as much as it probably should.

But there’s definitely a difference between needing to pick up the clutter and needing to sanitize/vacuum/etc. If it’s the latter, I’m probably judging. Especially in the living room, kitchen, and bathroom.

Post # 369
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

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@Omgbunnies:  The conditioner one is interesting.  I don’t use conditioner at all.  But, I do have random leftover hotel bottles if anyone needs any 🙂

Post # 370
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

@iarebridezilla:  classic!!!!

I buy super tampons 1 big 100 box at costco. My Vagina is not “big”.

I judge people when:

– they dont put the toilet paper in a holder…they just lay it there or worse they have a holder and they are to lazy to change it.

-when it is not clean Or worse living room and dining room ar spotless but you upstairs or into the rooms and it is gross.

– when they wear designer clothes amd drive fancy cars…..but their house needs renovations or touch ups…..

– flower wall paper

-tacky souvenirs

-dirty floors

anf the terrible one: 

-families that put toilet paper in the garbage instead of the toilet and flush

 

Post # 371
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: January 2000

@iarebridezilla:  really bad, annoyingly bad, stupidly bad, art.

 

I don’t mean popular prints by solid artists, I mean: things that are like Thomas Kinkade only worse, prints that take the cutsy to the next level. And when they pay $800 for that print I completely judge them for TMM syndrome (Too Much Money.)

You could ask if I judge people for velvet Elvis art, but I don’t have friends who would have that except in an ironic way.

 

Post # 372
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: January 2000

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@Bazinga:  you said  Disgusting and even worse is they had a baby living in that filth.

looking on the bright side, that stuff will boost that kid’s immune system.

Post # 373
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893 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

Also about people who take of their shoes….ok your house your rules. I live in Canada so you cant come into your house with dirty boots in the winter it will ruin your floors.

but:

40 pairs of stinky shoes at a house entrance is gross!!!

I remove my shoes and bring them in the shoe closet or anywere Not in sight ..but anything different is discusting. Dirty and smelly.

Here it is the norm to take your shoes off when you go into a house. I always bring my “clean ” house shoes I dont go around in socks or pantyhose at dinner parties. It messes with the outfit. 

 

Post # 374
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2013

When I was younger, I used to babysit while I was in University because it allowed me to work as many or as little hours as I wanted. I responded to an ad online and when I went to meet the couple and their kids, I noticed they had a 20×24 picture hanging above their couch of the lady’s deceased mother. Sweet, right? Maybe a nice portrait or something? No, she was already deceased in the picture. In a casket.

I didn’t JUDGE them perse, but it creeped me out so bad I declined the job.

 

Post # 375
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

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@bbfyso:  my toliet paper is now permanently on my counter because my cat plays with iit if its on the roller. A double roll of cottonelle in the toliet is not fun. My cat is also toliet trained and uses her own bathroom. I swear its her way of covering up any smell before its flushed.

i judge:

  • My ILs for wearing shoes in their house. The floor is always dirty. I have to bring slippers and DH has to remind me to put my shoes on in the morning.
  • My parents for using paper plates.
  • My parents for using plastic, divided trays as dinner plates and not their actual diner plates.
  • My friends carpet because it has a layer of white dog fur on navy blue carpet.

What I’ve probably been judged for:

  • No food (just condiments and butter) in the fridge. Only bottles of hard liquor and wine. In our defensive we had a party that month. 
  • Unpacked boxes as a tv stand. We don’t have any bookcases or a tv stand so we have been using our unpacked boxes as permemantly storage.

Post # 376
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2013 - UK

I’ll tell you what you guys would judge me for… oh boy…

You know how KY jelly isn’t always “all that”? We have a similar product in our house which is designed primarily for gay men, and which is much better than KY. Anyway, I buy tiny little discreet bottles and hide them in my underwear drawer. One day Fiance decides that it would be cheaper and easier to buy this huge bottle instead… without any thought of how he’s going to conceal a half litre, pump top bottle of the stuff. The only place we can keep it is under the bed, hidden in the storage. I’m just waiting for the day when someone stumbles across it and thinks WTF? A half litre bottle of anal lubricant? Are you guys a couple of weird sexual perverts, or something?

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