I hate that we all now say that we hate that we hate stuff. How did we use to say we hate stuff?
that displeases me! I like to reserve Hate for something particularly bile enduceing.
If we hate that we hate something does that mean that we like it?
that it wasn't our cup of tea?
This is just interminable/ impossible/ implausible/ bloody awful/ bloody typical #hatestuff
Sergeant Wilson from Dad's Army might have said: "I'm not awfully keen on...."
I think people used to say "that's bollocks" a lot more than now.
Before Twitter we didn't feel the need to hate something new every few days.
worse still is the way that "hater" is used as a term for all that dare to criticise someone - lazy use of language.
I read that four times and I've no idea what you're talking about. I can't stand that!
How about 'Personally, I don't understand how someone could like that'. Just enough British sarcasm.
maybe "I have taken a dislike to your choice in music" rather then " I hate Justin bieber I wish he'd die"
I hate that you hate that we hate stuff. Jking. Mere dislike insufficient for enormous antipathy toward, say, salt+vinegar?
I do not like that was the old way of saying I hate stuff!!!
Some of what you're smoking, please.
You should not hate anything or anyone , but it is ok to say you dislike something or someone.