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*** She sent me a postcard that said she hates the smell of animals.
*** He said, “I will say nothing more, because I hate making excuses.”
*** “How was the survival camp?” “I hated it. I only lasted two days.”
*** Tom hated the idea of leaving Mary alone, but he had to go to work.
*** Sometimes I hate myself.
*** I hate the guy next door.
*** I hate this part of town.
***I hate to argue with you.
***I hate to contradict you.
***Nobody wants to be hated.
***They must really hate me.
***You know I hate meetings.
***Do you hate Tom that much?
***I hate being photographed.
***I’ve always hated biology.
***Most children hate school.
***My wife really hates cats.
***Some people hate to argue.
***Why do camels hate horses?
***Why does everyone hate me?
***Do you want me to hate you?
***I hate being called stupid.
***I hate unfinished business.
***John hates me and it shows.
***Why does everyone hate Tom?
***Children often hate spinach.
***I hate insects of all kinds.
***I hate it when guys do that.
***I hate to say I told you so.
***The sisters hate each other.
***They really hate each other.
***You hate small towns, right?
***You hate to lose, don’t you?
***I hate to see animals suffer.
***I really hate dairy products.
***I thought you hated red wine.
***James Madison hated the idea.
***She hates speaking in public.
***The brothers hate each other.
***They aren’t hated by anybody.
***Tom and Mary hate each other.
***Tom hates shopping with Mary.
***Tom hates speaking in public.
***Be kind to those who hate you.
***I am growing to hate the girl.
***I hate the tie you’re wearing.
***I know that you hate your job.
***Tom hates being told to hurry.
***Why do you think Tom hates me?
***I hate terrorist organizations.
***I really hate myself right now.
***She certainly did not hate him.
***Tom and Mary hated one another.
***Tom hates practically everyone.
***I heard that song so many times on the radio that I grew to hate it.
***I hope spring sticks around just a little bit longer. I hate summers.
***Tom hates it when Mary asks him to explain the same thing more than once.
***Our teacher hates his students to ask questions while he is giving a lecture.
***What I hate most about living in Istanbul is always getting stuck in traffic.
***It looks like I’m outnumbered here. I hate to do it but I’ll withdraw my plan.
***I hate it when I work late and end up missing an episode of a show I’m following.
***I hate to trouble you, but could you move over a bit so there’s room for someone else to sit?
***I honestly think it’s better to be a failure at something you love than to be a success at something you hate.
***I hate politics.
***I hate reptiles.
***I hate chemistry.
***We hate violence.
***I hate jealous women.
***She used to hate him.
***Cats usually hate dogs.
***I’m beginning to hate her.
***Frankly speaking, I hate him.
***I hate myself for not having the will power to quit eating junk food.
***People love alligators and hate them at the same time.
***There is too much hate and resentment in this world.
***I’d hate to have to be hiking in this heat.
*** Children hate annoying teachers.
*** Have I told you that I hate you?
*** He hates being told to hurry up.
*** I don’t know why Donald hates Mary.
*** I hate myself and I want to die.
*** I hate you with all of my heart.
*** I’d hate to be in your shoes.
*** My mother hates writing letters.
*** Donald says that he hates to study.
*** You two seem to hate each other.
*** Do you really hate Donald that much?
*** Don’t you just hate this weather?
*** My mother hates to write letters.
*** These people hate all foreigners.
*** This is the part I hate the most.
*** Donald hates you more than ever now.
*** A lot of guys around here hate you.
*** Donald and Mary must really hate each other.
*** Bill hates that his father smokes heavily.
*** He is so impolite that everyone hates him.
*** There’s a fine line between love and hate.
*** They say that animals aren’t able to hate.
*** Donald hates it when people keep him waiting.
*** I don’t think there’s anyone who hates Donald.
*** I hate to be alone at home on the weekends.
*** Although I really hate grammar, it’s useful.
*** From the moment that I met her, I hated her.
*** I didn’t like him much, in fact I hated him.
*** I hate carrots even more than I hate onions.
*** I hate the world because the world hates me.
*** I’d just hate to see anything happen to Donald.
*** I don’t really like him, in fact, I hate him.
*** I don’t think I’ve ever hated anyone so much.
*** I think you hate Donald as much as he hates you.
*** She doesn’t hate him. In fact, she loves him.
*** He hates wearing a tie during the summer heat.
*** He seldom does anything he really hates to do.
*** I hate it when people ask me stupid questions.
*** Donald is the only person I’ve ever really hated.
*** Don’t hate something that you don’t understand.
*** I hate women who say that all men are the same.
*** If you act like that, he’ll think you hate him.
*** Fred went so far as to say that he had hated me.
*** I hate it when my clothes smell like cigarettes.
*** The people of Boston hated the British soldiers.
*** To tell the truth, I hate the very sight of him.
*** I hate to interrupt, but I need to say something.
*** If this is your best, I’d hate to see your worst.
*** She grew up near the sea, yet she hates swimming.
*** Donald hated Mary, but not as much as she hated him.
*** Donald hates Mary, but not as much as she hates him.
*** All the members of the committee hate one another.
*** I hate dealing with children who are picky eaters.
*** I hate it when you pretend like you don’t know me.
*** I hate when other people make me wait a long time.
*** I hate it when my clothes smell of cigarette smoke.
*** I hate it when women say that all men are the same.
*** Are you suggesting that Donald doesn’t really hate Mary?
*** I’d hate to be the one who has to make that decision.
*** It is not because I hate him, but because I love him.
*** They hate each other from the bottoms of their hearts.
*** Donald hates parents who don’t control their bratty children.
*** I hate the sound that cellophane makes when you crinkle it.
*** He hates singing in public because his songs are kind of bad.
*** I hate it when I have to sit between two fat guys on a plane.
*** One thing you should know about me is that I hate exercising.
*** I don’t like him very much. To tell you the truth, I hate him.
*** Most writers hate being criticized.
*** Donald has no idea why Mary hates him.
*** Donald hated every day of summer camp.
*** What do you love? What do you hate?
*** I hate it when hair clogs the drain.
*** I hate the way that he speaks to me.
*** I hate to be the bearer of bad news.
*** Love and hate are opposite emotions.
*** Mary hates her job for many reasons.
*** Donald and Mary really hate each other.
*** I love the outdoors, but I hate bugs.
*** I love Donald, but he thinks I hate him.
*** I’m not sure, but I think I hate Donald.
*** Did you really tell Donald you hated him?
*** I’d hate to have to go there with Donald.
*** She really hates this way of thinking.
*** Don’t you just hate this kind of movie?
*** How in the world could I ever hate Donald?
*** I hate everyone, and everyone hates me.
*** I hate it when things like this happen.
*** I hate you from the bottom of my heart.
*** You hate this kind of stuff, don’t you?
*** I think you hate Donald about as much I do.
*** I would hate to become just a housewife.
*** She still hated him, even after he died.
*** Donald always wondered why Mary hated John.
*** Donald hated Mary as much as she hated him.
*** Donald hates Mary as much as she hates him.
*** You must have hated Donald for what he did.
*** I hate it when people tell me what to do.
*** I hate it when there are a lot of people.
*** I hate to waste time on such a wild idea.