Haters are people who consistently show negative or hostile attitudes to any issue.

The word hater, as such, is a noun from English, and can be translated as ‘hater’, or person ‘who hates’ or ‘who hates’. Spanish can also be rendered as ‘envious’, ‘hateful’ or ‘abhorrent’. Its plural is haters. The term hater has become popular with the rise of the internet to designate those individuals who, to express themselves on any subject, use mockery, irony and black humor. Their favorite areas are social media such as Facebook and Twitter, but they can also be found on sites like Tumblr, blogs, chat rooms, or discussion forums. Haters are defined as hostile cynics; They are distrustful and disdainful, with a disposition for aggression, hence their attitude can, on occasions, be offensive. They like to think that the only correct reasoning is theirs, and that others are always wrong. Haters like to be contrary, provocative and politically incorrect, but they usually try to do it with ingenuity. Haters prefer, above all, to speak out on current issues, such as celebrities, controversies, or any other matter that may be of general interest, in order to mock or ridicule. For haters, any reason is good to hate: sympathy or political militancy, religious creed, musical tastes, place of origin, etc.

They like to attack others, highlight their mistakes. Figures of great fame, such as pop singer Justin Bieber and his Belieber girls, are some of the haters’ favorite objects of mockery. Hater and troll The hater and the troll are two personalities in the world of the internet and social networks that, although they can sometimes be confused, differ in a very clear way. The troll is the person who is dedicated to publishing provocative and irrelevant comments, in order to anger and provoke the rest of the user community visceral reactions. In this sense, the troll seeks personal offense and upset the line of conversation or discussion, and does so generally for fun. For its part, the hater is fundamentally hostile, very critical and negative, but seeks to contribute new points of view (although sometimes unpleasant) to topics of general interest. He mainly uses mockery and irony, and although he may be offensive, he tries, above all, to be witty. Haters gonna hate “Haters gonna hate” is a sentence used to indicate that, whatever the reason, haters are always going to hate. In this sense, the phrase formulates one of the principles of the mentality of a hater, which is that, regardless of the cause, the reason for being of haters is to hate.

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