Personally, I've never been keen criticizing someone's weight because I know that often there is a medical reason behind why a person is too big/skinny, but I do criticize.
My "cattiness" usually manifests itself comments about a person's shitty personality or lack of talent, and I couldn't help but wonder if this was a reflection upon myself, or if I was legitimately saying something constructive about someone.
Take for instance this girl that I graduated with. Let's call her Princess. She's very "loud" and "proud" in a Jennifer Hudson wannabe manner and takes every opportunity to show off her vocal abilities.
Sadly those abilities cause everyone within the vicinity to visibly cringe when she starts to butcher an Adele or Alicia Keys song. Everyone talks shit about her voice, but she doesn't care. She thinks her voice is beautiful, and haters? They gonna hate.
I almost pity her due to the fact that her delusion has ostracized her from a lot of people, but then again, she's also a mondo bitch who likes to fight with people.
Am I a bad person for laughing when someone cracks a Princess joke? Especially when the joke is actually true? Is making fun of her terrible voice equally as bad as criticizing her for her weight? Are the Spice Girls going to kick me out of their fanclub for being cruel to a fellow female?
Thankfully, I haven't seen Princess since graduation, and I don't think I'll see her until the next reunion. I don't want to be the reason why someone has insecurities.