Can you name someone you have never met that you know you don't like?
Ryan Reynolds (actor). I don't even know why, really. He's just got one of those faces that I would never get tired of punching.
I don't think I like Justin Bieber. I know he's only 19 and primarily the product of his environment (show business/lenient parenting), but I've heard him enough in interviews to know he's bright enough to take more responsibility for his behavior and cocky attitude. So I don't like him.
Hillary Clinton, for a great man reasons, not the least of which was her telling the Senate that facts behind the attack on our consulate in Benghazi, "doesn't matter". She may come out now and pretend she regrets what she didn't do to prevent it, but it is too little, too late.
Oh my that is a loaded question. I think Janshares has a good answer. I can't stand Justin Bieber based on his actions, and Miley Cyrus as well.
Logically it make no sense to dislike someone you've never met.
However it is a very common human pastime. We tend to zero in on what a person said or believes about a particular subject that we disagree with and then we decide we don't like them at all!
The reality is we're likely to have more things in common if we ever had the time to really get to know the person.
It's also common to fall "in love" with the public image of people. Some however to have been known to have a change of heart once they got to actually meet that person.
Yes there are people who I dislike based upon what I know of them but I strive to keep thing in perspective because I actually don't know them.
Hilliary Clinton and Justin Bieber. Can't stand either one.
by Ariel Laur 2 years ago
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by Kelsey Tallis 9 years ago
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by aspiretoinspire 6 years ago
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by Lissette 2 years ago
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by Aero2505 7 years ago
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by ubiedropout 5 years ago
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