I judge my 27--year-old-still-lives-at-home-pays-no-living-expenses-SIL who just co-leased a $90K car with her BF. Who also lives with his parents and has no expenses. And no she does not make 6 figures. They also live in Long Island and have traffic citations so their insurance is pretty high. It's their life, but yeah I judge them for leasing that car instead of IDK, moving out on their own? Either separately or together.
I also judge my DH's cousin who just shared a FB post about drug testing welfare recipients in FL. Umm, that post was from 2011. As of Feb 2013 it's still in the courts with the state losing and re-appealing. Oh and the post said " It's a legal requirement that every person applying for a job has to pass drug tests in order to get the job, why not those who receive welfare?"
Now some jobs require drug testing, but it's not a requirement for all jobs. Neither DH or me had to take a test for our current jobs.
I think I'm just judgy over my ILs today. Which is funny to me, because I generally like them.
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