Friday, 1 March 2013

My perspective of 'judging'

Hello people! I have been away from blogging for the past few months because blogging isn't really my thing as I already have Twitter which is a microblogging site. Plus we all have short attention spans after all. But I do want to share with you guys my point of view about receiving criticism and being judged (mostly online)

Personally I run an account on Twitter which barely replies people's tweet although there are times I use my personal account to do so because I feel there is a need to. And I guess it is only fair that I offer an explanation for not replying anyone's tweet. The reason I don't reply tweet is because I made this account to be an account where people would come and read my tweets instead of having to read replies. 

But that's when people take advantage of it, they would assume that I don't read tweets and they will tweet me nasty remarks. I would be lying if I say that these tweets do not bother me because at times they do but everyone has their own right to speak out on Twitter if they are not happy with my tweets.

Being judged is VERY COMMON because I even judge people upon meeting them for the first time. I mean that's where first impression of a person comes from. Being a 'victim' of subtweet isn't something new either because it is very likely that somebody will tweet about you regardless whether you are fat, skinny, pretty, ugly, bitchy, nice etc. Everyone is guilty of subtweeting another person but is it actually wrong? No because you have your rights to comment on a person but if your intentions are just to hurt another person and start a war, then YES, it is wrong. 

At the end of the day, we will always be judged for every action we make, every tweet we tweet and every fart we fart. It's how you take in the perspective of others about you. For example, instead of replying something nasty a person who says "hey, you are never going to make it", why not take it as a drive to make you want to be successful even more? 

I'll just say that the longer an argument gets, the more pointless it'll become. Be happy if someone judges you because you actually managed to get their attention. And not every time people who criticise you are haters. So stop saying "haters are going to hate" when you actually don't hate any hater to begin with. If you are wrong, be the first to admit that you are wrong.

I would love to write a longer post to explain myself but I'm aware that we have very short attention span as I mentioned in the introduction. I mean most of the time I have to tweet as short as I can because some people would ignore reading the full tweet at first glance. Plus I'm really not a very good blogger.


  1. This is soo true.

  2. "every fart we fart"- you are truly a genius <33

    1. That is nice of you. Hahaha. thank you <3

  3. hahahha. you wanna see russell's dick??

  4. you are a great blogger okay