Are you one of those people who have someone they absolutely hate? Like just the shadow of the person alone makes your blood boil and makes you change mood from happy to bursting with irritation in a heartbeat?

Then read on my friend, because if you hate someone, you shouldn’t show the person that you are. For by doing so, not only are you ruining your reputation, but also helping the person to progress.

I’m sure you know Katy Perry’s song Roar, there’s a line there that perfectly describes what I’m trying to say, it goes like this: “You held me down, but I got up. Get ready ‘cause I’ve had enough. I see it all, I see it now… and you’re gonna hear me roar.”

The following statements may be labeled harsh and rude, but hey, we’re talking about hate here in the first place. So now, here are the three ways on how to correctly hate on someone.



People don’t actually notice it but hating on someone and bullying them can actually help them be better. That is if they don’t fall under the other picture of course, where they either go depressed or lose their self-esteem. You know, pointing out other’s mistakes (or in this case, your enemy’s mistakes) gives them the opportunity to correct it.

For example, you know that someone’s diet is not really good because he or she is fat, so you use that insult to make fun of the person knowing that it would take him down. But man, that is totally wrong. Not only will it make you look like a total twerp, it will also remove the belief in the person’s head that he is fine as he is and will soon aspire for betterment. They’ll be motivated to lose weight and the next time you see them, they might even be hotter than you.

So if your enemy has frizzy hair, bad breath, poor vocabulary, funny accent, weird mannerisms, or bitchy attitudes, do not, I repeat, do NOT point them out.



The last thing you want for the person you hate is to improve. So let them stay as they are. I know. I know. It’s harsh, but you hate the person. Besides, instead of wasting your time digging up dirt about him, why not just do that?

Why not just let them be as they are? Why not just let them do exactly as what they’ve been used to for the last couple of years without any improvement? Instead of constantly bullying or hating on the person, just brush him off.

So what if he or she is so dense? Leave him alone. Don’t insult him, just laugh at him from afar.



You wanna know what’s the easiest, meanest, sweetest, smartest kind of hating? It’s none other than praising your enemy. That’s right. Praising your enemy. Be good to the jackass. With this you will be hitting two birds in one stone.

You will look good-natured (which you truly are except for the hate feeling you have that cannot be deemed totally abnormal) while also being able to bully the person without his knowledge.

Or you can just ignore everything I wrote and just read the 3 bolded statements. ‘Cos maybe, just maybe, they’re just the ones I want you to follow. *winks*

Rozzette Anne Reyes

Rozzette Anne Reyes is a graduate of University of the Assumption with a bachelor's degree in Psychology. You can find her online, sharing funny cat videos or tweeting about her writing progress. You can follow her on Twitter at @noitszette and on Instagram at @roanrey.

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