THE OTHER FELLOW
When the other fellow acts that way, he's ugly. When you do it, it's nerves.
When he's set in his ways, he'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 are simply showing good judgement of human nature.
When he tries to be accommodating, he's polishing the apple. When you do it, you're using tact.
When he takes time to do things, he is dead slow. When you take ages, you are deliberate.
When he picks flaws, he's cranky. When you do, you're discriminating.
Anonymous - extracted from "Bits & Pieces", The Economics Press Inc., Fairfield, New Jersey, USA