>Tagged – Judgement Day

>I’ve been tagged by a blogger who did not invite me! And he’s given me the almost-cathartic job of being judgemental. Ha! A tag that actually allows you to get all judgemental when all I’ve been trying all these years is to be non-judgemental.

I was once called “opinionated” by a person who didn’t know me too well. And who retracted her statement after she did know me. If she reads this post, she’ll have reason to regret her retraction!

Here I go judging:

  • I judge people who think sons are better than daughters because of their genders. Even now, in this age.
  • I judge people who lie, who are dishonest – in relationships, at work, to themselves.
  • I judge MCPs – ALL of them!
  • I judge children who don’t care for their parents. If you can’t take care of the people who took care of you when you were incapable of taking care of yourself, you should be ashamed of yourself.
  • I judge everybody who doesn’t like my family and can’t see their goodness!
  • I judge pseuds – of all kinds. Who can’t be themselves. Who’re fake, trying to be someone they are not.
  • I judge people who are supposed to have received a good education, but it doesn’t show in the way they talk, live, act, think, react.
  • I judge people who don’t know how to have fun. Not just my kind of fun, any kind of fun. If you can’t find a reason to let your hair down once in a while, what are you doing?
  • I judge people who’ll like you only if you have an impressive bank balance. You have it, you want to flaunt it, fine. But don’t go judging people who can’t, don’t or won’t!

I tag the first five people who comment on this post.

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13 responses »

  1. >@Wrirersbloc: That’s how I felt too :)@The Ancient Mariner: Go ahead, judge on.@Standbymind: Yeah, like fake bloggers!@Nisha: Now c’mon! I expect better from you.@MAC: Absolutely. Judges must be feeling so great all the time!

  2. >Nice one. May i add a few [:)]i judge people who think they deserve to be respected on the basis of their age, status, wealth, occupation, etc..i judge people who’d rather demand respect than earn it.i judge people who put up water fountains and light shows when there are power cuts and water shortagesi judge people who think its their right to control their children’s lives and choices, because they raised them up, i judge people who expect their children to sacrifice their happiness for the sake of ‘family honor’

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