Stanford: Before I tell you, you have to promise not to judge. Carrie: Do I judge? Stanford: We all judge. That’s our hobby. Some people do arts and crafts; we judge. — Sex and the City If someone called you judgmental, you might reasonably infer they didn’t mean it as a compliment. But why? Definitions […]
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