Attending: "Are you ready to present your patient?"
Resident: "Oh sure. This was a.... very pleasant 46 year old man--"
Me: "Very pleasant. Wow."
This particular resident always gave a little commentary on how pleasant the patient was as part of his presentation. Admittedly, I usually made a remark to that effect, muttering under my breath about how the patient was either a nightmare who drove me nuts or a generally nice person. But I never made it part of my presentation.
In my dictations, I used to put in little judgments about the patients' personality in my physical. "The patient was a [pleasant/anxious/rancid], well developed, well nourished man in no apparent distress." These days I just say everyone was pleasant. Unless they were really an asshole.