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You or Me?

When the other person acts that way, he’s ugly
When you do it, its nerves.

When she’s set in her ways she’s obstinate
When you are, it’s just firmness.

When he doesn’t like your friends, he’s prejudiced
When you don’t like his, you’re showing good judgment.

When she tries to be accommodating, she’s apple-polishing.
When you do it, you’re using tact.

When he takes time to do things, he’s dead slow
When you take ages, you are deliberate.

When she picks flaws, she’s cranky
When you do it, you’re discriminating.

- Anonymous

Christopher News Notes, June, 1992