Judgement or Jealously

Okay I’ll admit it I’m a Facebook fanatic. I love looking at other’s Facebook and seeing the drama in their lives. I’ll be the first to say that I totally judge them. Whether it’s a horrible pictures or just a stupid pointless post. My favorite is to make fun of people who feel the need to put “-ski” after every word or the people who forgot they’re not five anymore and say pwease instead of please. Don’t get me wrong I’m not some creep that just sits and makes fun of everyone on there. Ha I do it in moderation. In all seriousness, I’ve been wondering if  I’m doing this because I honestly hate what the post they’re posting or if it’s because I’m honestly jealous that they feel open to express themselves openly. So the question I ask myself and others is when you judging people is there an underlining of jealously?

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4 Responses to Judgement or Jealously

  1. malak87 says:

    Hello there,
    I think that facebook is just a very dramitic website, and most people try to do their best to get as many number of friends as they can. Personally , I tried it but didn’t like it because its involve people in many different things and “for me” it is a waste for my time. My answer to your question, that some people do judge others on the base of jealousy.

  2. joeleanza says:

    Thank you! I thought I was the only person annoyed beyond belief when people use “w” instead of L or R. For instance “pwetty pwease.” Facebook is really only a place where people update statuses to let everyone know how they are feeling. I personally, think it is all for attention. Facebook=DRAMA

  3. ashhorak says:

    Its the worst when people write on there with a L or R like your example. Its also ever worse when PeOpLe TyPe LiKe ThIs. Also when people use a ‘y’ instead of the ‘i’. Drives me crazy!

  4. Ula says:

    I think u know better than us . Everyone has individual personality if you do not like to do the same .that is fine but I think there is no need to make fun of people.

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