Personal exceptionalism

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Personal exceptionalism is the belief (typically unspoken) that rules which apply to others do not apply to the speaker. It frequently results in the phenomenon of leopards ate my face.

It is a form of exceptionalism which seems to be related to authoritarianism, the fair world fallacy, and privilege blindness.