How do you spell hate?Hate IS dislike. Literally and factually defined as such. I know you think the Oxford English Dictionary is bullshit, but here you go:
hate - intense or passionate dislike
It’s not intense apathy. It’s not passionate fondness. It’s…wait for it…DISLIKE.
The DEFINITION of hate is dislike.
A goose is not a duck, but they are both waterfowl.
A pen is not a pencil, but they are both writing instruments.
Hate IS dislike, by the very definition.
Stop arguing things you don’t understand.
You literally just ignored shit again. I said this had nothing to do with dictionaries or thesauruses. That was used by you two so you could argue. None of these words are the same, they are in fact, DIFFERENT WORDS.Ironically you just misused "literally different" to describe two words that are actually synonyms and therefore by definition are not "literally different." This is literally why there are dictionaries & thesauri.
Wow, the vodka really turns you your brain to applesauce.How do you spell hate?
How do you spell dislike?
Hmmm spelled differently, not the same. LITERALLY and you are still arguing because you think this is a different discussion. I expected nothing less from a liberal democrat.
You keep saying I am arguing with someone else. I am arguing with YOU stupid. Those are literally two different words. You can't accept that as fact for some reason and want to argue definitions which is not the argument.Wow, the vodka really turns you your brain to applesauce.
I wish I could say I was shocked that you are once again arguing that the Oxford Dictionary is wrong, but I’m not.
You just whined that I would not believe someone’s claim as true simply because that same person SAID it is true, but you won’t believe the Oxford English Dictionary is accurate.
For someone who also cries about other people arguing, you argue a lot. And you argue on behalf of a false premise.