When you make a mistake, you are learning from them. When I make one, I am messing things up.
When you scream at me, it is out of deep love. When I do the same, I am being rude.
When you give me advice, you are more experienced. When I suggest something, I am a know-it-all.
When you call me dumb, you are speaking the truth. When I say you are acting dumb, I am being impolite.
When you hide the truth, it is a white lie that does everyone good. When I stop myself from telling the truth, I am being hypocritical.
If I say I am going to do something and do it, I am selfish.
If I do something I did not say I would do, I am being careless.
If a neighbour’s son is rebellious, it is only natural. Plus, it just shows how wonderfully individualistic he is.
When I refuse to do something because I do not like it, I am being stubborn.
When your friend writes a book, he is extremely talented.
When I write a poem, I am wasting my time.
When ABC makes a wall hanging using the Anchor Stitch Kit, she is being delectably creative.
When I make up a song about how wonderful you are, I am trying to impress you.
When XYZ cleans up her boyfriend’s room and cooks wonderful dishes for him, you say she’s such a responsible girl.
Oh she’s a darling. Did you know, she does so much for him?
When I praise my one a little, you say I am such a sucker.
If I wear makeup, you say I am stuck up.
When I do not, you say I have crow’s feet and laugh lines.
Boy, you are beginning to look old. And are those love handles on your waist?
If I watch movies, I am a conformist. When I do not, I am trying too hard to be different.
When I am happy, I am being irresponsible.
When I am sad, I am seeking for attention.
We seem to be in entirely different worlds, don’t we?