I have always hated bowling, and I don't mind admitting it.
I always hated Tony Blair, from the beginning.
I hated suits until I wore a Calvin Klein; they just fit me.
Life is obstinate and clings closest where it is most hated.
I spent years commuting into London when I was working as a temp, and I hated the monotony of it.
To be hated cordially, is only a left-handed compliment.
I got all A's and was hated for it; I spoke correctly and was called a punk.
I hated singing and getting up in front of crowds.
I was definitely a tomboy. I hated dolls.
One reason whites, men, and Christians are so hated by the elitist establishment is that they tend to be conservative.
I hated historical novels with fluttering cloaks.
I have always hated machinery, and the only machine I ever understood was a wheelbarrow, and that but imperfectly.
I have loved justice and hated iniquity: therefore I die in exile.
What I hated was doing what somebody in LA thought Jeff Foxworthy ought to do.
I graduated with all honors, and I was about to take the LSATs, and I was working at a law firm, and I hated it.
I have always hated celebrities lecturing people on politics.
I've always hated litigation, and I continue to hate it.
I hated being a public company CEO.
Conventional show-biz savvy held that Americans hated to be the objects of satire.
I've always hated the idea of carrying grudges and resentments around like a load of mouldy suitcases.