Can We Figure Out Your Personality Based On What You Hate?

It's unbelievable what the things you hate reveal about you!

Sam McCarty
Created By Sam McCarty
On Feb 24, 2015

What do you hate more: people interrupting your story or everyone totally ignoring you?

What bugs you more: waking up early or going to bed late?

Which social norm do you most detest?

What do you hate more: doing the dishes or mopping the floor?

Which celebrity do you most loathe?

Which one ruins your day: folding the laundry or ironing your shirts?

Getting up to turn off the TV or the light?

Which adorable pets do you actually despise?

Which causes you serious pain: getting stuck in traffic or searching for a parking space?

What is actually repulsive: using a beeper forever or having to send a fax?

Which dessert makes you totally gag?

A frustrated idealist

A frustrated idealist

The things that you hate reflect your frustration when the world does not comply with your grandiose visions. It comes from a place of passionate idealism and not a bad spirit.

You have strong beliefs, and want everyone to live up to those expectations. As far as you're concerned, an ideal world is possible as long as people put their minds to it. Keep working on your goals, you really can change the world!

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A misunderstood people person

A misunderstood people person

The things you hate reflect someone who understands social graces and feels frustration when people don't conform to them. Why is it so hard for the world to just behave appropriately?

You are a relaxed extrovert who has no trouble getting along in social situations. People naturally gravitate towards you, which is great for you because you are at your best in big groups. Keep being a loving socializer, and people will begin to learn from your butterfly-like qualities.

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A stubborn intellectual

A stubborn intellectual

When you express hatred, it comes from a place of intellectual frustration and the belief that the world should make sense. There is nothing worse than people and things that waste your time and rational energy.

You are remarkably smart, but more than that, you are adept at analyzing and understanding situations and people. More than anything, you are concerned with understanding the world around you and grasping its ideas and functions. You should continue making thoughtful choices and the world will follow your lead!

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A judgemental evaluator

A judgemental evaluator

Your hate is the object of what you see as wasted intellectual energy. You think the world should be engaged in loftier things than pop culture and other limited ideas.

You are first and foremost always in the process of pondering an event, idea, or person. Sometimes you get caught daydreaming, but most of the time you are in the process of creating something in your mind. Keep ruminating like you should, the world will hopefully be more thoughtful one day!

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An opinionated loyalist

An opinionated loyalist

Your hatred for things always stem from a desire to see others practice the type of reliability and loyalty you do. You just get so frustrated when they don't.

No matter what, you are loyal to your friends, your family, and your cause. You have a strong sense of what is right and important and you throw yourself into that completely. Keep being the dependable person that you are, and others won't be able to help but follow suit.

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A not easily amused cynic

A not easily amused cynic

You tend to look at the world while standing aside and making jokes about it. You tend to hate people and things that unjustly soak up attention and bore you. Lackluster un-amusing things have no value to you.

As far as you're concerned, the world should be fun and enjoyable at all times. You do your best to entertain those in your surroundings at all times and make things generally more enjoyable. Sometimes your wish to entertain turns to harsh cynicism, but hey, most times, it's still funny.

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