Things You’re Not Supposed To Judge People For…

There are things that society has determined that you shouldn’t judge people for… race, for example.

But have we come up with a comprehensive list of things we SHOULD judge people for?

-Blowing your nose at a restaurant. (Go in the friggin’ bathroom!!!!!)

-Texting while you’re holding a conversation

-Loading the toilet paper UNDER!

Rant on in the comments

76 Comments on Things You’re Not Supposed To Judge People For…

  1. -pissing on the seat (men AND women, and men IN the women’s room)

    -men IN the women’s room (while we’re on the subject)

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  2. Blissfully unaware, staying in the right lane going 62 mph when everyone else is trying to merge.

    Or being the same asshole hanging out in the left lane as people in the right lane get over for people trying to merge.

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  3. Assholes thinking the left lane is now the “slow lane” and backing up traffic as they cruise along doing a few mph under the limit, all the while texting and/or talking on their phone.

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  4. Are we not to judge them for their total stupidity and ignorance to understand the most basic and simple asinine assaults from the democrat party??

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  5. After the obscenity of the obamas in the White House, all social standards have gone to hell. What’s left to judge anyone for?

    Yep, electing obama was a good idea.

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  6. People who can’t navigate double turns.
    People who seem to have to swing out to the left 20 ft to take a right turn.

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  7. Picking which item you don’t need because your third EBT card is overdrawn….(I just threw up my hands and paid the remaining 4 dollars)….

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  8. People who sniff or touch food that they’re not planning to eat. Worse, after they do it, they make a face as if they’re saying, “gross!”

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  9. Wearing pajamas in the store.
    Screaming kids in the store.
    People with 40 items AND coupons in the express lane.
    “Therapy” animals in the store.

    So that’s why MerryMouse shops at 7:30 am. Before the flipping zombies are even awake!

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  10. People letting their dog poop in your yard and having them tell you it takes a village to raise a dog,and them leaving it.
    Yes I have had that happen.

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  11. 25 items in the fast check out line (15 limit) and then saying oh I forget something and going to get it and then whipping out their check book and then handing over coupons and then asking for a price check.
    Geoff C. The Saltine

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  12. -lining two friends up on either side and walking slowly down a hallway talking so no one can get by.

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  13. -calling me “hon” or any variant when you don’t know me.

    And yes, I have family in the South.

    Don’t care, its still wrong.

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  14. people at the checkout suddenly, shockingly realizing they have to pay & take 10 minutes fiddling in their purse/pockets for a checkbook/money, never quite figuring out how to slide/insert that credit card …. & then realizing they might …. just might have exact change

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  15. SNS: -calling me “hon” or any variant when you don’t know me.

    Yes! And referring to older people as “cute”. People in healthcare do these things. Disrespectful.

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  16. -standing next to me and suddenly talking when there’s no one else in the room, then looking at me like I’m stupid when I look to see if you’re talking to me because I don’t immediately know you’re making a loud Bluetooth phone call to someone in public.

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  17. Everything is perfect!

    No problems anywhere!

    Every person I meet is intelligent, well spoken, nattily dressed with perfect hygiene and constantly helpful in every way.

    All my in-laws make my life complete and the kids are perfect.

    I could go on, but they say it’s time for one of my treatments…

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  18. How about when a service person (e.g. customer service, restaurant server) asks you a question and after you answer they respond “Perfect!”

    What is that? A test?

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  19. -using “literally” for stuff that is, at best, figuratively and, most times, completely wrong (e.g. “Trump is literally Hitler!”

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  20. ..thank you, @ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ, never been there but I always appreciate having my cultural horizons expanded (NOT sarcasm, I like to know about other places).

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  21. …working a service job (which I did for a quarter century with the public), and, when thanked by a customer for something you’re being PAID to do, responding with “No Problem!”.

    …because if doing your job IS a problem, maybe you need to go do something ELSE…

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  22. IMNSHO toilet paper and paper towels should be loaded under. We have a free standing toilet paper holder in the throne room. If you don’t like it under, flip it around and it will be over. Problem solved.

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  23. Coming to a 4 way stop, and having the other person, who clearly has the right of way, motioning you to go first……acting like they are being all sweet and generous, when you know that they just don’t know how 4 way stops work!

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  24. Anymouse
    DECEMBER 7, 2019 AT 8:59 PM
    “Everything is perfect!

    No problems anywhere!”

    Ooookay, @Anymouse, here’s a theme song for you to consider for yourself while waiting for your jacket deivery of the model with 8 foot long wrap-around sleeves…

    https://youtu.be/bSpX9PtxwH0

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  25. Bad grammar and not pushing the chair in after you get up from the table.

    That’s it. I can discuss politics, religion, and family dynamics with anyone who speaks in complete sentences (and doesn’t say ‘between you and I’) and who puts the chair back where it belongs.

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  26. confused people coming into a traffic circle

    (actually, traffic circles can be a whole new rant page)

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  27. Supernightshade DECEMBER 7, 2019 AT 9:19 PM

    Sorry, they don’t let me watch boob tube here. Besides I’m next for my treatment. Juicy Fruit…

    P.S. Check your e-mail…

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  28. @ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ:

    confused people coming into a traffic circle
    (actually, traffic circles can be a whole new rant page)

    Heh! The county here is on a traffic circle building/converting binge, although they call them “roundabouts”. And our county is filled with old people, many of whom shouldn’t be driving at all.

    We live near one, and my pharmacy is next to it. When somebody in a doctor’s office asks me where I get prescriptions filled, I say, “At the CVS by the Circle of Death.” Y’know what? Every damned time I get a laugh and don’t need to explain what I mean.

    I figure the longer I’m in the circle the more risk I’m exposed to, so my solution is to go through it as fast as I can.

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  29. The city of Spokane built a small roundabout on the corner next to my house a few years ago to slow traffic down on my street and another one on the intersection with a major arterial a few blocks away. At first there were a lot of idiots who weren’t used to it being there who ran right over the top of it and got stuck or hit the direction sign in the middle of it. Fortunately they’re smarter now but the city also took a lot of my parking space away in front of my house where I park my car. That is my rant and the stupid city council also removing the traffic light and putting a stop sign there on Monroe which makes it a pain in the ass to cross the intersection now, all for BS traffic calming which has made things worse since now the traffic has moved over to the next 2 major arterials going N & S a few blocks from my house. And if you get stuck behind a bus on Monroe forget about it you just have to wait.

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  30. @Uncle Al ~ my county has only 2 of them (hell, when I moved here the county had less than 10 traffic lights in the whole county).

    one circle a shopping center developer constructed … with merge lanes from other entrance roads that yield to traffic coming out of the circle.

    the other one the county built & I believe it’s the only one in existence that they re-routed the intersection to fit the circle that they constructed caddy-corner to the roads. (yes, you actually have to make quick, severe turns just to get in, & out of the circle; to make matters even better, when you lurch your way out of the circle there’s a good possibility you hit the sidewall of your right-side tires against the metal brackets they so kindly put in the curbs)

    I’m thinking of constructing bleachers next to them & selling tickets & refreshments … maybe even get the politicians in on betting

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  31. Its not the dreaded traffic circle that’s the problem… its the “Yield” sign posted in front of them. Unlike 80% of the american public I learned what the Yield sign meant at a very early age when I heard my grandmother scream:

    THAT DAMN SIGH SAYS YIELD NOT “GIVE UP!”

    /Salute

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  32. People that do personal major banking at an outdoor ATM machine…and don’t give a shit who is behind them.

    That’s just one…

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  33. When you are checking out at the register and the cashiers don’t thank you for shopping there, but you’re expected to say thanks for them ringing you up.

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  34. I detest the response “No problem” when I say thank you. “No problem” seems to diminish the gratitude I’m expressing. But I don’t get hot and bothered over it.

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  35. “There is nothing more painful to me … than to walk down the street and hear footsteps and start thinking about robbery, then look around and see somebody white and feel relieved.”

    Jesse Jackson

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  36. Circuit trainers at my gym. Try and tie up several pieces of equipment and visit each once every five minutes. Then go cry to management when I take their shit. And management always tells them, you can’t do that here.

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  37. Shitheads that pretend to be informed of Q, but then when given the floor it’s clear they only know what msnbscnnabcnbccbsfox tells them. Jesse Waters could have had an interesting segment, but it missed.

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  38. Dogs Dogs every where with a 10 foot leash in stores and they make you go around them and get pissed when you tell them to real in their dog.

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  39. Paper Towel scroll in a tube in a bottle set sail to Ramona on December 7 of 2019 at 6:15 in the evening

    Ramona
    Sorry for the paperwork delay in replying, got so busy flipping back over every time. Could you stop going under behind me. It is alway over in our heads. Under waivers require much overtime. Do you understand the costs involved down in Backatcha Bay.

    Over to You.

  40. People in grocery stores letting their dirty kids with runny noses touching as many items as possible. Especially invaders and their kids.

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  41. @MJA, speaking of people in grocery stores touching things, I was in our local Hannaford’s (Hannafid’s here) a muslim woman in full hijab getup was pawing through the olives and peppers on the little olive bar with her filthy (I kep t thinking of their bathroom habits) bare hands. I told the woman who ran the area. They had to throw everything away and sterilize the cart.
    One reason I don’t buy from that type of thing. Not to mention olives are gross.

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  42. Can’t stand whiners. JSTFU! Sniveling flaming homos is another one. Two fags stuck their nose into my conversation with someone else. They told me to shut up. I told them they’re telling the wrong person to shut up. I continued to belittle them and their filthy acts. I got the last laugh.

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  43. The Doctor when I pay cash every time I show up, still keeps me waiting an hour, calls me by my first name and gets uppity when I try to be involved in decisions about my own care.

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  44. The toilet paper roll rant is a little anal. I’m guilty of not consciously thinking about which way it’s loaded. Both sides of the paper work either way. My rant on the subject would be with that real tough cheep TP that feels like a page from an old phone book. Now that’s nasty stuff.

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  45. Looking back at my comment about Jesse Waters show, it could be interpreted that I was directing my shithead remark at Jesse. It was actually intended for his lame guest. Sorry bout that Jesse.

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  46. Following an exercise at church on Spiritual gifts I realized that mine was “Judgement”. I try to use it as often as possible and am really quite accomplished at judging others.

    Oh, and Epstein didn’t kill himself…

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  47. I can’t judge people on their morphology or anything genetically-determined. Is it honorable to hate a mongoloid for drooling in public? A person with no arms eating with his feet? Suck it up man, they didn’t ask for it.

    But all behavior is normed and subject to criticism. Even the sacred can be judged.

    That means all annoying human behavior. All of it. Every noise, gesture, impropriety, insult, foul smell, untidiness, and unwanted utterance can be an ABOMINATION.

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