No matter how nice of a person you think you are, you are prone to judge someone for something: people with poor grammar, people who lack manners, or anyone with a persistent sniffle in a quiet place; ever heard of a tissue?!
We’ve compiled a list of the 30 kinds of people we just can’t stop judging… here are a few:
“1. People who smoke. It's 2013, not 1950. We know too much about the health consequences of this nasty habit to keep thinking it's a good idea or an acceptable behavior around others who might not want to be subjected to secondhand smoke.
2. People who drink lots of soda. Don't they know it's filled with high fructose corn syrup and chemicals that are rotting them from the inside out?
3. People who perpetually eat junk food. See #2.
4. People who have "too many kids." Seriously, are they trying to be the next Duggars or what?"
Steve judges people who text and drive while Slacker judges people who smoke and those who are obese, BUT not by what they look like but by what they continue to buy at the grocery store.
What do you judge people for?
I can be a bit judgy wudgy sometimes, I’ll admit, but I do my best not to go overboard. I focus most of my criticism, however, on grammar and people who fail to use it properly: “Your perfect. Im going to walk over their now.” I could die. I know I’m not a perfect writer, but I am a self-proclaimed “grammar Nazi” so I do my best to contain my pronouns and coma splices. But in 2013 we’re still having trouble with the basics of grammar. I don’t get it.