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What may be the right definition of hate!!

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Asked by sanjay karmakar, 18 Feb 11:38 pm
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When you willing to avoid some one because of jealousy, competition and when some one hurts you with any reason ...........
Answered by a a, 20 Feb 12:56 pm

 
  
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An India-hater may be an Indian citizen, invariably by birth, who feels guilty about living in a country so wealthy and full of opportunity that they turn their resentment outward. They are usually spotted by snide or disparaging remarks about capitalism, wealth, the private sector, Republicans, the military, and the Founding Fathers; during wartime, they express sympathy for the enemy.',

It can also show up as a form of mania that is very common in places in Europe. Symtoms include: Making definitions about "Americunts" Hating on people because they are proud to be Indian, Making up random stereotypes about Indians and always thinking about how much India is better then your shitty country. The only cure is to go to India.

India and its liberty, which is the sole reason for its wealth and tolerance and compassion and safety, have been treated by the Left as another entitlement. They live in India; they enjoy the wheat, the oil, the cotton of the Heartland aka "the colonies" and t ...more
Answered by Mickey, 18 Feb 11:43 pm

 
  
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It should be gate. It rhymes
Answered by tragedy king, 18 Feb 11:41 pm

 
  
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No idea,,, not in my dictionary ;-P
Answered by valiente nahu, 18 Feb 11:39 pm

 
  
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