True enough. Plus my brain hurts.
Let's twist the knife, then! Shall we?
You're sitting on a bus stop bench that is just sitting there in one spot as benches are known to do.
I, on the other hand, am driving the finest in Hyundai nuclear powered rocket cars and I zoom past you at a ridiculous pace.
Due to special relativity and time dilation, you observe that the Rolex watch I am wearing is advancing much more slowly than your own timepiece.
Naturally, as I look out my Hyundai window I would see your Casio moving much faster than my Rolex, right? If my time is moving slower, then yours should be faster?
Nope. To me it looks as if your Casio is moving much more slowly than my Rolex.