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What is the absolute ultimate thing you get judgy about?

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AtYourCervix Mon 14-Apr-14 17:54:13

Toddlers eating greggs?
Fat people eating macdonalds?
P&C parking?
Fat people eating?
Disabled loos?
Fat people?

My own personal judgement is reserved for those people who hold their knife like a pen.

elahrairahforprimeminister Mon 14-Apr-14 17:55:43

Adults who like Winnie The Pooh.

kinkyfuckery Mon 14-Apr-14 17:56:13

Girls (or women) wearing skirts that mean I can see the shape of their bikini line.

Surely judging that is acceptable???

SouthernComforts Mon 14-Apr-14 17:57:09

Piercing babies/toddlers ears.

Sparklingbrook Mon 14-Apr-14 17:57:27

Here's a clue

YouTheCat Mon 14-Apr-14 17:58:34

My next door but one neighbours, who never ever have walked their dog in the 18 months they have had it. The fact that they have only put their bin out 3 times since December (family of 5). Also the fact that they let their untrained and unsocialised dog shit in my garden because they can't be arsed to replace their fence.

I also judge them because they frequently shriek at their children - 'get in the fucking car' etc - instead of just sodding asking them. The also row loudly and neglect their lovely, but insane, cat.

BertieBotts Mon 14-Apr-14 18:00:04

People using car seats wrongly/car seats which are hopelessly too big for their child/not using them at all.

BertieBotts Mon 14-Apr-14 18:00:51

On a regular basis, anyway. Not as a one off emergency or on holiday for one trip from the plane etc.

MojitoMadness Mon 14-Apr-14 18:01:12

I judge anyone eating a Greggs' pastie. You want to come up to the NW and get a pastie from Sayers, much nicer than that Greggs crap. wink

YouTheCat Mon 14-Apr-14 18:01:16

And also what Sparklingbrook said - I'm a pedestrian not a sodding mind reader.

WipsGlitter Mon 14-Apr-14 18:01:21

Saying seen / done. I instantly judge.
Poor table manners comes second.

GingerPuddin Mon 14-Apr-14 18:02:27

Swearing at children (not just near them) and leggings as trousers. The world is not your gynecologist.

Both are things that are easily avoided.

BrianButterfield Mon 14-Apr-14 18:03:30

Swearing at children - not a muttered "oh for fuck's sake" at an irritating toddler, but calling them "shithead" to their face or saying "get here or I'll fucking batter you" (both heard with my own ears!). No excuse for it.

twinjocks Mon 14-Apr-14 18:03:31

Ha - I'm totally on the same wavelength as Sparklingbrook - saw the thread title and straight away thought "Idiots who don't use their indicators". I reserve especial judginess for people who slow down/pull over and then indicate, or people who indicate incorrectly on roundabouts. Asides from that, I'm not so judgy!!

FourForksAche Mon 14-Apr-14 18:03:34

For me, it's parents who let little toddlers wobble precariously along beside busy roads, usually 5 steps behind them, while they mess with their phones angry

BrianButterfield Mon 14-Apr-14 18:04:07

Ha - crosspost with ginger!

YellowStripe Mon 14-Apr-14 18:04:13

Pregnant women smoking.

sunshinysummer Mon 14-Apr-14 18:04:32

Smoking when pregnant. Not a judgy person at all but that one really gets to me.

Ploppy16 Mon 14-Apr-14 18:04:44

Using text speak. I hate it, especially in email or fb comments.
I.second Sayers btw. The traditional.pasties are gorgeous!

gordyslovesheep Mon 14-Apr-14 18:05:10


and 'Ugg' boots

AlpacaYourThings Mon 14-Apr-14 18:07:03

This kind of bollocks...

2whippetsnobed Mon 14-Apr-14 18:08:19

Children with dummies. I do mean children not babies. A friend has a four and five year old who constantly suck manky dummies and therefore can't talk properly.

I also agree with lots of the above.

ToAvoidConversation Mon 14-Apr-14 18:08:22

Currently wearing my brand new lovely uggs. Also like Winnie the Pooh.

Things I judge is fake tan. You all look ridiculous. No-one looks good orange and you smell funny.

Also sexism. No excuse.

beachyhead Mon 14-Apr-14 18:08:29

Anything but water or milk in a bottle! Sets me right off.... Google the attractive arch shaped decay that results.

WireCat Mon 14-Apr-14 18:08:42

Judge me! Judge me!

Ds is having a party at home on weds. So I've bought the kids fruit shoots so I don't have spilt drink everywhere.

I have also bought him a shop bought cake.

I am keeping my beady eye on mn after 4pm on weds to see if there's a thread started about this heinous crime.

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