I also wonder how certain couples 'do it'. Also the too-short shorts! Anytime I go to the shops there is teenage girls all over the place with those ridiculous shorts on and their butts hanging out and I just think its really gross. I always say to DF "Well, she may as well of just gone out wearing her undies!" DF just nods and says "Theres no way Id ever let my daughter wear that s**t!"
As a pp said I dont judge them as a person for wearing it, I just think that they could choose to wear something a bit more appropriate to wear in public, because not everyone wants to see a girl of any size with their butt hanging out or see them picking their pants out of their vagina!
I am quite judgmental about looks and that kind of thing. As is my husband and my friends. However.... Everyone judges people for something and I don't ever ever be mean to anyone in person or ever tell any stranger what I really think.
I'm not proud of it how ever and keep it in our close friends group and family.
Usually it's just people on tv etc.
And I am far from perfect as is my husband.
"Stop whinging that your 4yr old has tipped food on the furniture/drawn on the walls/screams all day, she is BORED, you don't pay attention to her except to yell at her, you sit in your room on fb all day, so stfu and play games or take her out instead of complaining!"
I'd never say this, but oh boy do I think it on a daily basis! If it didn't result in a massive family rift and unnecessary stresses on myself and my children, I'd say it!
That's not judgmental.
Seeing someone without shoes on and thinking 'is it that hard to put shoes on?' Is NOT judgmental.
Seeing someone without shoes on and thinking 'no shoes huh? You must be a white trash bogan on the dole with six kids to different dads and a drug habit' - now THAT would be judgmental.
Last edited by HugsBunny; 30-11-2012 at 09:19.
Not proud of my recent judgemental moment, but here it is...
DH and I were sitting in the doc's waiting room last week and I had DD on my knee. A couple walked out of one of the consulting rooms and they just looked... odd.. very Kath & Kel Day-Night, iykwim.
The wife was wearing what looked like tight black lycra bike shorts and an odd combo of heavy black sandles and a big green winter jumper with a zip at the collar... I turned to DH and whipsered, "hellooo 80's"...
They were talking to the woman at the reception desk and I was having a quiet giggle, she really did look strange. Then she turned around and gave me a big smile and walked over and started talking to DD, commenting on how cute she was etc.. she then when on to say that she was 8 months pregnant, was leaving the sex as a surprise... just a really lovely, polite woman, very warm and happy. Then I realised that her "bike shorts" were actaully those pregnancy support things.. her husband approached and he was just the same, he said "you have very beautiul daughter" and they both left saying "have a nice day". I wished them luck for the birth and when they left I felt about 2 feet tall for making fun. DH rubbed it in by jokingly saying to me "feel bad now?" erm, yep.
Last edited by ~Marigold~; 30-11-2012 at 09:54.
I'm 5'2 and DF is 6'6... Never crossed my mind people might wonder how we "Do it"... His size makes feel petite, protected, but never someone else's porn! Lol
I often wonder why some women dress to fashion crazes without taking their body shape into account, I mean seriously when I was 100kg with chunky legs I would never think to wear midriff boob tubes, micro mini skirts or short shorts! Loose skirts or knee length tailored shorts was what I wore if it was hot out but now I weight 35 kilos less I still would not wear a "muff scraper" skirt as I'm too old now! I work in retail and love helping women dress to their shape...We are beautiful in all shapes and sizes but flatter rather than fall victim!
I would love to take them by the hand and go shopping but not really socially acceptable!
Sometimes I want to yell out encouragement when I see people running on the street "Go girl! You can do it!" but people often look angry already while running!
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