Today everybody’s like, “You shouldn’t judge people, man. You don’t know who they are or where they come from.”
But I call bullshit on that.
Everybody is judgmental. We make snap judgments all the time. It’s only human to judge other humans.
Whether a book sucks or not can be solely dependent on how pretty the cover is.
So you might as well make it easy for yourself by judging people the right way.
1) People who are rude to the waiter.
Or any customer service staff, for that matter.
It boggles my mind to why people think they’re allowed to treat service staff like crap just because they’re paying a premium.
These people have no respect for others. They think they’re better than employees because they give in to the dumb idea that “the customer is always right.” They obviously have not worked in the service line and hence do not know how hard it can be.
2) People who keep bitching about others on Facebook.
You’ve seen it before. People who publicly rant IN CAPS on social media and even tag their own friends to garner support.
It takes a certain kind to cross the line and air their dirty laundry for all to see. It’s childish and immature.
If they’re always willing to do it to others, there’s no reason why they won’t do the same to you one day.
3) People who can’t switch off their salesperson mode.
“I don’t normally do this for others, but for you I will.”
“You’re so lucky! I just happen to be on my break!”
“That’s right, bro! This thing is going to add insane value and transform your life!” *WINK*”
These guys are both patronizing and annoying. The feeling I get from them is that they’ll only carry out favors for people who they know will do the same for them. It’s all a game to them. Personality, character, and real values don’t exist to them.
4) People who are never on time.
If one never bothers to show up on time, then he or she does not respect the other party.
And guess what? They also do not respect time itself, which means they do not respect themselves.
You’re better off without such people. Your life is not meant for sitting around waiting for others to show up.
5) People who tell fat people, “Accept who you are, you beautiful person, you.”
Don’t judge somebody who is fat. Judge the one who says the above.
It’s one thing to accept oneself and look into deeper beauty, but it’s a whole other thing to neglect health and exercise.
6) The guy who’s dating a girl half his age and is like, “It’s not weird. It’s love.”