What I usually have to say when I get drunk in the middle of the day and watch Blues Clues.
Possibly the most obnoxious thing you could say when someone is trying to figure out what kind of person you are or sneers at you.
No matter what, people are going to judge you; because you dress in all black and like death or because you watch Star Trek and go to Sakura Con - DEAL WITH IT.

It's the worst when it's on your MySpace profiles.

Actually, no, it's worse when they say "you have no right to judge me." Because everyone has a right to their own thoughts, so stop being self-absorbed and obsessed with pretending not caring about your so-called "haters," people who don't like you, not because they're jealous, but maybe because you may not a likable person, maybe?
Boy's MySpace About Me:
I hate my life and I wear a lot of black makeup BUT DON'T JUDGE ME I'M A HUMAN BEING!
by IAreGirl September 12, 2009
1st appeared in the year 2000. Is used to avoid dirty/confused looks after expressing ones opinion.

objectionars rarely intervenes once this quote is uttered, in fear of offending you.
C - argh just end it
A - ??
C - *raises finger in air* don't judge me! ...
K - waa
by foug January 18, 2005
A new Internet video trends. A dontjudge me challenge video usually starts with a self righteous teen who has drawn on features that dont fit societys beauty standards, such as unibrows, achne, facial hair (on woman), glasses, and imperfect teeth. They then go on to pat some sort of moisturiser on their face, then put their hand in the camera, then taking it off the reveal themselves, with their faces caked with makeup and product in their hair, now fitting societys beauty expectations.
by lilbitchtit July 10, 2015
A "challenge" that is specialized for arrogant, narcissistic & boring people. The challenge is to make fun of people that have certain ugly features, so they themselves can hide their true ugliness and after make new features hided by makeup. The person is wearing drawed features (That's by society) is called ugly like glasses, acne, dimpels & ugly eyebrows. They typically dance, or do some ugly faces. After that they put their hands on the camera and stop recording. They start putting a lot of makeup on, in the hope that will actually start looking pretty. And then start recording again, by starting with a hand over the screen.
(EX)Friend: Should we watch the don't judge me challenge? It is such a fun challenge, and I totally get surprised every time they turn out to be pretty

Me: I hope deep down that you get some help.
by SigneCrym June 27, 2017
Used as an exclamation against those who seek to take the moral highground and pass judgement, when they have no such right to pass judgement
(random person living life of quiet desperation): "that is sick that you fucked your sister"
(God's lonely man): "Don't you judge me!"
by Phil Bailey April 14, 2005