I hate people who…

      …take jokes a little too far. Thursday was April Fools’ Day and I had a hearty laugh seeing people falling for some of my practical jokes. Today is Sunday and no longer time for fooling around.

      …take jokes a little too far. Thursday was April Fools’ Day and I had a hearty laugh seeing people falling for some of my practical jokes. Today is Sunday and no longer time for fooling around.

I am left with time to hate and hate seriously anyone who still thinks it is time to joke around. Some of you borrowed money and other things from me and you think I have forgotten.

You are joking with the wrong character. Please return to The Hater what belongs to thee! I tried to be good but that is not a guarantee for you to try being bad by not paying me back or returning borrowed things. I hate you and this is not a joke.  

      …spend festive days all by themselves.
I really know what it means to live as a loner. Due to the nature of my job (hating) I found myself staying alone in a very small house.

However festive days like Easter are much better when spent with family and friends. Loners need to go to their relatives in order to enjoy this day. Spending it alone is certainly not much fun.

Those without families can link up with their friends for abetter experience. With that in mind, I am still hoping and waiting for an invitation to a tasty heavy Easter Sunday lunch.

If the day ends without one, then my hate levels may surpass what psychiatrists consider to be normal hatred!
  
…think their skin colour allows them dress shabbily.
I have failed to understand what kind of travel books some people read before boarding an aircraft. For example who told Wazungu that it’s cool to wear tennis shoes with business attire?

And who even deceived them that it is ok to wear bathroom sandals (flip-flops) as they walk on the well paved Kigali streets?

And by the way I also hate those who move with their entire luggage all the time. It just makes you look like modern day refugees. Please, have some sense of fashion.  

 …still betray their buddies or even their countries.
 Easter time is incomplete without the memory of Judas Iscariot. Yes that guy who invented betrayal. Those of you who read the bible all the time like me should know that what this guy did was not funny at all.

More than 2010 years later, some fools still think it is funny to play Judas. What happened to having some loyalty and principles? Why should you be swayed by money that does not even bear your name (it belongs to the central bank)?

And those who betray their countries are indeed very useless. They deserve to be stripped of not only their country’s citizenship but also global citizenship. They need to go and meet Judas. 
       
…think that what they know is the best.

One man’s meat is another man’s poison. That is a proverb that any English speaker should know. I am using it to justify my hatred for people who think that their tastes and preferences are universal.

If you prefer urban hip-hop music it does not mean that those who like old music are fools. If you are a Christian celebrating Easter do not think that people of other religions or those of no religion are less human. If you do, I will have no option but to hate you for life.  

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