Hateful Stuff for the Discerning Hater


How about a Hate Stamp Kit? You can buy it online here.


Here is a gold-billed crow you can buy from McKinley and Sons, who describe themselves as ‘London’s most dashing taxidermists.’ I have to admit I kind of like it, but I hate it too.

My hateful  term of the day is carbon footprint. You can find more words to hate here.

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7 Responses to Hateful Stuff for the Discerning Hater

  1. Graham says:

    Wow who would buy sutch a thing, poor bird.

  2. Suebob says:

    I used to make rubber stamps for a living. It was fun. The sheet of stamps had some blank space, usually, so I would make stamps for myself.

    My favorite stamp said “NO!” in 72 point type. You would be surprised how often it came in handy.

    I also made one that said “Whoever is responsible for this MUST report to Room 213 on the second floor IMMEDIATELY.” I stamped it on postage-paid response cards and merrily sent them back whence they came. What address room 213 was at was of no concern to me.

  3. Mark says:

    I love Suebob’s “room 213” stamp! I want one!

    I’m sorry to say that I coined the misuse/overuse of “random” back in ’84. It’s my fault.

  4. Honeypants says:

    I love the banned words list! Just last week, I submitted one! “Rockin’ ” as in, “Britney’s rockin’ the commando look.” And of course, “commando” should be banned as well.

    I want a NO! stamp too!

  5. Mark says:

    How about “roll”? As in, “That’s not how I roll.”

  6. Sister Wolf says:

    “Rockin” as a synonym for “wearing” is one of the most painful and sickening language crimes in the history of the world.

  7. MB says:

    “Likey” as in “me likey!”. Certainly overused and painful to hear. I also think it is derogatory to Asians as this is a stereotypical imitation of how some people perceive them to speak English.

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