There are haters everywhere, all over all the world. Anytime you step out of your comfort zone and do something 30 percent of people will like it, 30 percent of people won’t like it and 30 percent of folks won’t care. (Who knows what happened to the other 10 percent). I have experienced this with the web site, people hating on me for what I have created.
When some jerk mouths off, “I hate you!” you can either respond with a comeback or let it go because he might be part of the 30 percent of the hater population. If you are continually being picked on, you can use a comeback to let the person know that you are not a doormat who can be walked all over. Often after responding with a few comebacks, and making the bully look like a fool, they move on to another target.
Below we have some great comebacks for the haters in this world. Use your comeback and let them know that they can spread their hate elsewhere.
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Taylor Swift was picked on by mean girls at school
Taylor Swift found herself suddenly unpopular in middle school when she was picked on by a group of mean girls. “Junior high was actually sort of hard because I got dumped by this group of popular girls,” the singer-songwriter, 19, told Teen Vogue She said of the mean teens, “They didn’t think I was cool or pretty enough, so they stopped talking to me.” Taylor liked a style of music that wasn’t popular where she lived, which gave the bullies another reason to single her out. “The kids at school thought it was weird that I liked country [music],” she says. “They’d make fun of me.” Taylor can look back on this time on her life with a positive perspective. She says, “Really, if I hadn’t come home from school miserable every day, maybe I wouldn’t have been so motivated to write songs. I should probably thank them!” Read more about Taylor’s story