No one’s judging you! well…apart from the whole world that is! :D

You guys! have you ever come across a site you fell in love with the moment you laid eyes upon it?

Yes? No? Maybe?

For me, that first happened when Twitter came around and it has happened again! Go check out Judgmint and you will know what I mean!

No no! It is not another social network but rather it’s a place for people to confess their ‘sins’ and then you guys can decide how much they should donate to charity in order to feel less guilty if not be guilt free!

Here are some classic examples and yes some of them made me laugh! [Does that make me a bad person? wait don’t answer that!]

I can so relate to this! 

This is EVIL! I want them to PAY UP! 

OH NO YOU DIDN’T! [I think this one had the highest price tag on the site…wait…charity tag? what’s the word?!]

So what are you waiting for? Go on, use judgmint (@Judgmint) and do some good today! Oh wow that sounds incredibly cheesy! Seriously though DO IT!

P.S: Let me know if you guys like the site! Also, you just need to enter your email address to sign up! Down with lengthy and long ass sign up forms! YAY! SO much win! 😀 oh and no SPAM too!

29 thoughts on “No one’s judging you! well…apart from the whole world that is! :D

  1. What a novel concept! I’ll have to check it out. And, I must say, I can definitely relate to the first one…I’ve never pretended I had an emergency so I could go and read a book, but I love reading and that’s a great idea! Now if only I had somewhere to be called in to! Also…$149 for possibly passing on a disease? I don’t think that’s enough of a penalty/punishment! ~ Sheila

      • Hey, I’m ok, busy, busy…trying to keep up, and so frequently my pleasures (like blogging and reading blogs) have taken a back seat to work and other tasks! But I catch up as often as I can. Thanks for asking! I’m guessing by your posts you are well. You seem to be in a creative mood! ~ Sheila

  2. I have used a similar tactic as #1. If I did anything bad – that hurt someone – I don’t think I’d be confessing that publicly. While confession might be good for the soul, there are better venues. I might read the site, however, for some of the laughter and insight you found. Good call.

    • hahah isn’t it! I love this stuff! I just hope it won’t be another fad! Can’t wait to see you on Wednesday!

  3. I told my younger cousin he was adopted and he was actually black when we were kids; does that make me a bad person?

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