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    Quote Originally Posted by FearlessLeader View Post
    Oh yes a million times this. We have a swimming pool at the end of our street so we see shirtless guys quite a lot. Why?? You've left the pool, put your effing t-shirt back on. It's not that hot, I've managed to keep mine on. DS said very loudly walking past some of them they other day 'mummy they not wearing they t-shirts, you have to wear your t-shirt outside, that's CRAZY' my 3 year old gets it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gothel View Post
    If I see an older couple (pension age or thereabouts) walking along holding hands, I always want to ask them how long they have been together. You'd think if they have been together years, they would be past the hand holding stage. And if its new love, then there's a life time of a story how they came to be in a new relationship at their age.
    Whenever we see an old couple like this, DH always says; "Oh that's sweet. Bet he picked her up in the RSL Club last night."

    OT, but one time the opposite thing happened to my brother. He and his wife were walking down the street holding hands, and an old couple were walking behind them. My brother heard the old couple mention that it was sweet they were holding hands, so yanked his hand away from his wife's and shouted; "I told you I'm a big boy now Mum! I don't have to hold your hand anymore!!!" His poor wife was mortified.

    Anyhoo ... Back to topic. Whenever I see people being outrageously rude to retail or hospitality workers for no reason other than that they can, I always think; "What exactly makes YOU so much more important and entitled than that poor person you're abusing?" I always judge them as bullies, because really, that's exactly what they are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigRedV View Post
    Oh, and this is going to found horrible, but after doing blw with my son, I judge the people giving their kids mush. My friend and I have a giggle. She did it with her son and was telling me how her friend spends every Thursday night making purées for the week! Stuff that!
    What's blw and what's it got to do with pureeing baby food?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marepoppin View Post
    What's blw and what's it got to do with pureeing baby food?
    Baby led weaning,
    No Puree food.

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    Quote Originally Posted by faroutbrusselsprout View Post
    I'm ashamed to say.... I judge people with fussy eaters.
    The whole concept of a fussy eater is just foreign to me and I can't comprehend it. So I judge instead...
    I didn't just fluke having 3 awesome eaters. I worked hard and made it a priority.
    How can they only eat chicken nuggets every night?? Who bought the damn things??
    This is me too!

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    I often wonder why people in lower income areas are dirty. Are soap and washing powder really that dear? Am I out of touch? This stems from the "Tale of 2 Housewives" story on today tonight a few weeks ago....

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    I am the worst for judging people in my head. I'm sure people do it to me too, nut I often have thoughts like do you own a mirror, how could you leave the house like that?? Especially those shorts where girls butt cheeks hang out.. I'm sure I'll add to this later, too tired to think right now lol

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    Whenever im saying goodbye to the bride and groom at a wedding i think 'your about to go home and do the nasty...' but i never say it. Makes my smile that bit bigger when wishing them luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by PuppyGuts View Post
    Whenever im saying goodbye to the bride and groom at a wedding i think 'your about to go home and do the nasty...' but i never say it. Makes my smile that bit bigger when wishing them luck
    Oh dear, I do this too - once particularly when I knew the bride was a virgin, the next day I couldn't look at her without wondering ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by PuppyGuts View Post
    Whenever im saying goodbye to the bride and groom at a wedding i think 'your about to go home and do the nasty...' but i never say it. Makes my smile that bit bigger when wishing them luck
    lol DH & I watched a movie on our wedding night! We were too tired to dtd (plus, we did it the night before!) We'd been together for a loooong time before we got married

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