1.When mom makes me a hot cup of coffee, I wait till it gets cold and read papers and talk over the phone and finally just gulp it down, but when I'm given a lukewarm coffee in the cafeteria, I complain loudly.
2.I dont help my father when he asks me to, but I expect my children to help me even if I dont ask them to.
3.I laugh it off when a studious friend of mine offers me important notes, but before the exam I blame the friend for being selfish for not lending me the notes.
4.If someone fell on the road, I wouldn't go and help them, but if I fell on the road and no one comes to help, I say that the Everyone was being rude. (applies only for some)
5. I watch TV with maximum volume unmindful of what others are doing, but when I have exams and my sibling watches TV even with moderate volume, I say that my sibling is not being considerate.
6. Its not a crime if I chat with my friends while classes are going on, but I mind when my friends talk ,when I take a seminar.
7.When I am standing in a queue and somebody tries to join in between, I get angry. But when there is a big queue and I try to join in between, Its not wrong on my part.
these are just a few instances and still I call myself to be "PERFECT". How fair is it?
** I've used 'I' everywhere instead of 'We' so that it would make us think if any one of these were true in our case.