On the road, everyone driving slower than me is an idiot and everyone driving faster is a maniac. (not verbatim)
Unfortunately, I have to admit I'm a little like this. But the thing is, that kind of reference doesn't actually simply apply to driving. Most of the times, our normality reference is well, ourselves.
So if I feel cold/hot and nobody else does, there's something wrong with them. (This actually happened to me last week when I was recovering from the flu. Because I didn't feel cold, the person who did instantly assumed it was because I had a fever. I did not.)
If I like the colour orange, the person who finds it hideous has no taste.
If I like eating a certain type of food, the person who avoids it is either unadventurous, a frog in a well, or is boring.
If I believe something is right, everyone else who doesn't agree is most definitely wrong.
Basically, everyone is crazy but me.
But how true is that? Does a crazy person actually know they're crazy? Do I have to compare everything to what I would do or to how I see the world?
Life and opinions are a lot more subjective than that. Perhaps it would do us some good to realise we're not the normality reference before we start labelling others.