By Austin B. Hahn
This was a cathartic release and therapeutic for me. Here’s a list of reasons why I hate:
1) People can belittle and ignore you when you’re alive, but they will spend all the time in the world appreciating you and making a biopic of your life when you’re dead.
2) You can do right by people ten times in a row, but they will hold the one time you fuck up against you forever.
3) You can unintentionally hurt someone’s feelings, and that person, out of petty vengeance, can go out of their way to intentionally ruin your life.
4) We’re lied to as children. We’re told, “It’s okay to make mistakes. We all do,” but then we can get a bad credit report, denied a loan, rejected on a job application, or thrown in jail once we do. All this talk about how these consequences are in place to help us “learn” is bullshit because the message is clear: it’s not okay to make mistakes. If the contrary were true, then these harsh punishments would only be reserved for delinquents and not for human beings who happened to make a few errors along the course of their life.
5) Everyone can voice their opinion on social media, but many will sit on their ass and refuse to pursuit a cause or to stick up for someone who’s being physically attacked in a public setting.
6) People attribute their misfortunes to circumstance, but when others experience the same, they’ll blame them for their “laziness.”
7) People want rights for their own group, but they don’t want equality.
8) Once someone is comfortable, they stop giving a fuck and could care less about how their actions affect others.
9) We all start somewhere from the bottom. Status and wealth come and go. We all should respect one another regardless of our social standing, but people seem to forget that once they make it to the top.
10) People live as if they’re never going to die.