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    People who replace phone numbers with the word 'digits'. So ghetto.

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    People who won't eat something off of a buffet prepared by a caterer who they know, whose food they have eaten many times before, until you tell them exactly what is in it, even though they know the caterer has been informed of their food allergies and preferences. "What is this? Are you sure that's what it is? Hm, it doesn't look like a whatsit. Why is it that color?" on and on and on. NOBODY IS TRYING TO POISON YOU, YOU DUMB C*NT. PUT SOME ON YOUR PLATE. TASTE IT. IF YOU DON'T LIKE IT, DON'T EAT IT.

    (Sorry. Just needed a place to rant. She's driving me nuts this week.)

    Short answer: Picky eaters. I hate them with the hate of a thousand white-hot suns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gromit View Post
    I just realized I judge people who don't like mushrooms. I have no idea why, but I totally do! I am just like UGH what is wrong with this person... almost disgusted or something.
    What surprises me is that someone could actively dislike a food that is so bland and uninteresting.

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    those who only read fantasy or sci fi books
    those who don't like red wine (judge/pity)
    those who wear open toed shoes when it's cold
    those who bring their noisy, filthy children to nice restaurants/movies/events not intended for children
    those with stupid ringtones

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    There is one but I've forgotten it again. So I'm going to post this now in the knowledge that as soon as I've posted it it will hit me.
    [sorry, i've just been on the fluffy "Vague Thread"]
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    Quote Originally Posted by zelo1954 View Post
    There is one but I've forgotten it again. So I'm going to post this now in the knowledge that as soon as I've posted it it will hit me.
    [sorry, i've just been on the fluffy "Vague Thread"]
    Remembered:

    I strongly judge people who pronounce KILOMETRE as kil-O' miter rather than KIL'-o-miter. I usually ask them how many cent-I'-miters there are in a kil-O'-miter
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    I judge people who judge people.
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    Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.

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    I have loads upon loads of these.. it's just ridiculous.

    I'm super judgmental. I am trying to work on it because it separates me from others and breeds resentment which is a feeling I don't like.
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    At a grocery store, after having people behind me move to other quicker lines, I stepped in front of someone's grocery cart once, who was behind me, while waiting in line, so I could have time to decide which line would be best to move to. The lady got real mad at me and I told her "Maybe I'd like to change lines and I am farther in line". She started speaking in another language and got really pissed, but I was pissed too, so I wasn't going to move until I decided. Then she pointed at an empty aisle that I hadn't noticed and told me to go there. I felt really stupid and was kind of speechless for doing something so stupid and said "sorry", but it must have sounded weird because I felt so awkward. She didn't seem like she cared much anyway and was more concerned that I hadn't noticed the aisle, which surprised me. People don't really get mad for the same stuff I do, which always surprises me a bit.

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    I'm judgemental about grammar nazis.
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