The opaqe junction from your heart to your brain that wrenches the moral of your mentality, drenching your soul in a cold inhumane tar.
Person 1: You've skinned me alive, and amputated my arms and legs, I'm in seething pain and bound to die, just kill me.
Person 2: No, Now I'm leaving.
Person 1: Why?
Person 2: Because I hate you.
A feeling of intense and extreme revulsion, distaste, enmity, and antipathy towards another person, place, or thing. Hate is typically the result of a real or imagined threat or irritation to oneself in the past or present.
Hate and love can sometimes go hand in hand.
To dislike someone or something intensely.
"I really hate you."
Hate is a concept that is generally misunderstood. It is commonly believed to simply be an intense combination of anger
, however, this is incorrect, because hate has little to do with actual dislike.
Hate is born of lack of understanding
, which leads to aversion to the subject of the hatred, but not dislike of the subject.
In order to dislike something, one must understand it, and so it is impossible to both hate and dislike something.
For instance, a redneck who's never read a book can correctly say "I hate Muslims," because that poor redneck has no idea what Muslims are actually about, but has heard that they do bad things. This redneck therefore fears the Muslims and does not understand the muslims, leading to hatred of said Muslims.
INCORRECT: I have tried cauliflower, and judging by it's flavor and texture, I have come to the conclusion that I hate cauliflower.
(In actuality, this person simply dislikes cauliflower.)
CORRECT: I have never tried cauliflower, but because of a video on youtube telling me that cauliflower kills people, I have come to the conclusion that I hate cauliflower.
(This person truly hates cauliflower because he/she misunderstands and fears cauliflower.)
How you'll feel about most of your family.
I hate you mom!
personally, i dont think that you should ever hate someone. you may have an EXTREME dislike for someone, but you should NEVER hate them. some people who read this might say, bullshit i effing hate _____ and i know how you feel... cause i've probably used the word hate over a million times in my life already, and i've said the same thing as you. but the truth is, i never REALLY hated that person, i just said i did, because at the time i wanted to rip that persons head off, but now that i really think about it, i could never really hate anyone. hating is just as strong as the word love, but instead of bringing people together, it tears them apart. i look at it like this, hate is just a feeling, its nothing more, its not like things get better when you hate someone, or someone hates you, it's not like it brings people together, or makes you or anyone else happy. I guess, all im trying to say, is that before i realized all of that, i never really understood how much of a difference i'd make in my life (and other peoples) if instead of hating someone, or saying i hated someone, that by simply smiling at a person, or doing something nice for them, that i could really make a difference in their life. think about how much happier you'd be, and what it would not only do for you... but for other people. by simply saying you hate someone, or calling them a mean name, or treating them badly... im sorry to say this, and i only am saying it from personal events in my life, but you may ...more...
A feeling quite opposite of love
which can cause much hostility. It is associated with such things as war
, and greed
. It is often said on the spur of the moment, when not truly meant.
1)The act of war is the epitomy of hate.
2)"I hate you!"
"...No you don't, you love me."