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

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Post # 407
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Buzzing bee

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@braverbeating:  If I’ve made one person laugh, I’ve done a good job today 😀

Post # 408
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

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@Rachel631: no I’m not talking about onesies, but now that you’ve mentioned it, those too. Snuggies are like the gowns at the hairdresser’s with sleeves, except they’re warm and fuzzy.

Post # 409
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: March 2024

@FauxPas2012 True, good immune system but still that amount of fecal matter and ammonia in the air cannot be good for anyone! Still makes me want to barf.

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Bee Keeper

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@shootznladrz89:  :/ conversely, I would judge someone for crating a dog on a regular basis, and/or keeping them indoors long enough that they couldn’t hold their bladder/bowels any longer. What we have is a dog room, and a schedule that definitely includes doggy bladder/bowel needs.

I badly, badly judge people who leave their barking-prone dog alone in the home for extended periods of time. You can hear that noise from far away, and when it goes on for a long time, i.e., more than a few minutes, it’s definitely noise pollution that they’re exposing their neighbors to. I’ve had neighbors that leave their dog barking for hours. Noise pollution is not a joke, it really increases stress levels and can even impinge on health. Personally, I’m very sensitive to noise pollution, so it doesn’t take me long to start having murder fantasies about the owners and start making calls about animal neglect.

Dogs naturally bark, some more than others, but if the owner can’t find a way to deal with that without hurting anyone else, they should not have the dog. Rattlesnakes are naturally venomous, but that’s no excuse for me, if I have a pet rattlesnake that bites and poisons my neighbor.

Post # 411
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Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: May 2013

My issue is not with a blank roll, its when there is no toliet paper to put back on the roll!! i cant stand that! my BIL’s place is always like this. more than i can count on my hands are they out of toliet paper. some times they put paper towels or baby wipes. and im like dont you know those are more expensive than if you just had good ol toliet paper. but most of the times i have to ask. and that makes things ackward for your guests. but i sort of ask (when i see nothing) just to make a point.

other than that i have experianced going to the bathroom and having dog poop on the floor. becasue they do not take theyre dog out. they said at least she knows to go in the bathroom. weirdos

Post # 412
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Wannabee
  • Wedding: May 2014

When my ex’s father passed, we cleaned his house, bedroom included. Such a gentle man of few words…so I certainly didn’t expect the dozen or so hardcore bondage pornos I found in plain sight in his closet Surprised

Post # 413
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA

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@strawbs:  My Fiance and I realized one day that Snuggies (yes i have one!) are really just a bathrobe put on backwards.  I wonder how much money the inventer of Snuggies made, just for backwards bathrobes…

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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

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@lolot:  lol pretty much!

Post # 415
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

If someones bookshelf has any of the Twilight books then we can’t be friends. Over the years I have certainly judged potential BF’s over the books (or lack thereof) on their bedside table. No book? Not for me, I love reading in bed every night.  

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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2014

This hasn’t been covered yet, but I judge people who don’t recycle. Most places have good recycling programs nowdays so there’s really no excuse. It’s such a little thing we can do to reduce our carbon footprint and totally worth the 10 seconds it takes to rinse a container or bottle.

My roommate doesn’t recycle (even though we have it at our apartment complex and it drive me INSANE. 

Post # 417
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2014

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@KateByDesign:  OMG I know! I only use super tampons also! If I absolutely HAVE to use a regular for whatever reason, I better have access to a super tampon after about two to three hours because it will be full! Super tampons ≠ big vagina, but usually a heavy flow.

Post # 418
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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2013 - UK

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@strawbs:  Noooooo! Don’t diss the onesie! They’re AMAZING (although I still hide mine from friends and family).

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@TheFutureMissusThomas:  There are no words… Surprised

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@worldtraveler:  YES. I’m not proud, and I’ve admitted this on other threads, but I ended friendships partially over this… I was living on a commune in my 20s, which I thought would be all sweetness and light. It transpired that I wanted to live in a happy clappy communal place. Everyone else wanted to live in a party house with drugs and sex on tap. One of the final straws was when my housemates criticised my recycling because it was “messy”… and I realised that we wanted completely different things…

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Busy bee

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@s2bmrscook:  Nope, sorry.  No secret here other than not to have animals in the house, lol!

I didn’t grow up with them- my family got a dog when I was in high school (or maybe even after I left for college, I’m not positive) and my mom required that he was the non-shedding kind. 

He was Bichon Frise/Schnauzer, and he didn’t leave hair around the house.

 

 

 

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