Why You Shouldn’t Snitch


1. Don’t snitch.

“Snitching” often has a bad rep. People who criticize its practice tend to do so out of anger at having committed wrongdoing and having been caught, while truth be told snitching saves lives, prevents people from getting physically or emotionally injured, and saves people from themselves or others getting hurt by someone else who could do themselves harm; when necessary it should only ever be used to stop this happening; remember the end always justifies its means! All rats eventually die- even Master Splinter was an active snitch.

3. Don’t gossip.

Gossiping is a terrible offense that can ruin relationships and injure individuals. If you constantly speak negatively about others, they may begin avoiding you as they realize they can no longer trust you with their secrets.

The Bible strongly advises against gossip. Its destructive qualities include being hidden, untrue, and secretive (Proverbs 16:28; 25:23; 26:20), which makes it an indirect form of slander if said behind their back instead of directly in their face. Furthermore, gossip often contains lies; often when people speak negatively of someone it’s because they were misquoted or were told something untrue by someone.

One of the chief drawbacks of gossip is its capacity to stigmatize those accused of wrongdoing to encourage listeners to join in this ostracism. While this might be morally permissible if the intent is for change or amends to occur, gossiping can sometimes become overly punitive if those gossiped about are denied sufficient opportunity to refute false allegations against them.

Ostracism can also be unnecessarily cruel when it ensnares those not guilty of wrongdoing, especially when motivated by inadequate or corrupt motives to engage in gossip, or when performing immoral norms through their dialogue. This last point is especially pertinent when ostracism involves lists of suspected rapists or criminals; such lists can have severe legal repercussions for their loved ones and can impede future employment prospects or business transactions with others.

5. Don’t cheat.

Cheating can be a very selfish act and is not only damaging to your relationship but can also compromise your moral compass and set an undesirable example for children. Cheating can also wreak havoc with other relationships such as family, friends, and co-workers who may see how it ties into other aspects of your life.

Cheaters tend to believe they’re getting away with it when in reality it can be extremely challenging. Even if they manage not to get caught, getting caught will erode any trust between the partners; therefore it’s simply not worth risking!