that is basically a good person. They are clean, and a true friend. One problem....they eat like a pig. I am not kidding. I remember cleaning up less after my son when he was two! The man needs a drop cloth. The first time I thought (it was after a night of some drinks with friends) he was just "buzzed". I was so wrong! How do you tell a 52 year old man he is a pig? I just do everything in my power NOT to have any meals with him...LOL
My husband used to be that way. He was raised in a very permissive home where he was allowed to basically raise himself. Manners were not taught. I refused to go out to eat with him or have him to my home to eat when we were dating. I told him if he wanted to take me to dinner he needed to learn table manners. He asked me to teach him took some time but he learned to not shovel food in like he had never been fed before. Took us a few more years before we went to fine dining restaurants. My fil and bil will be at our home next weekend I already have the tarp out to put under the table since they will drop so much food. I will also practice eating and not looking up so I don't have to watch them chew their food with their mouths open. It really is gross eating with his family.
Answer by Anonymous at 2:06 PM on Jun. 28, 2011
Answer by babygirl0782 at 12:48 PM on Jun. 28, 2011
Answer by MommaClark3 at 12:53 PM on Jun. 28, 2011
I keep seeing that....we aren't supposed to "NOT be judgemental of others".
So this doesn't include letting another person eat how they want to or it does? If we are NOT to judge for tattoos or purple hair or sexual preference" ,,but we are going to judge people for how they eat because we don't like it and it offends us? Hmm
I just keep running into areas where the 'not judging' seems to have gray areas and gray areas just don't work for me. I say....let the man eat like a pig if he so chooses. I just won't invite him to dinner. That pretty much settles it for me.
Answer by KellyGirl_TX at 1:49 PM on Jun. 28, 2011
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