Do you hate immature people

@bayboy (991)
United States
October 24, 2006 11:10am CST
Do you?
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17 responses
@zuri25 (2128)
• United States
24 Oct 06
Actually no. First of all, I don't "hate" anyone (that's a four letter word in my vocab). Secondly, immature people are that way because they need to be, it's part of their developement as human beings. At one time in your life, even you were immature. If immaturity bothers you, then don't be immature.
@zuri25 (2128)
• United States
27 Oct 06
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@jal1948 (1361)
• India
21 Dec 06
Hate is a negative emotion and not correct to use,Try to understand the other person better.
@manu224 (1144)
• Italy
21 Dec 06
I not it hate, because I think that hate is the fruit of envies from losing, if not I avoid the idiots
@stailgate (2364)
• United States
20 Dec 06
I don't hate them, but I try not be around them either. I find them a little irritating when my kids act better then them and they are adults.
@hermanica (390)
• Philippines
12 Nov 06
a little...i just dont pay attention so that i wont get pissed off.
• Philippines
12 Nov 06
not quite.
• Philippines
12 Nov 06
not quite.
@disvachic (10125)
• United States
9 Nov 06
I dislike immature people.
@disvachic (10125)
• United States
9 Nov 06
I dislike immature people.
• India
28 Oct 06
THERE are some whom i pity , while there are some whom i hate.
@sbeauty (5871)
• United States
27 Oct 06
No, I mainly feel sorry for them. Not for children, of course, because we expect children to be immature. That's part of childhood. However, when I run into an immature adult, I feel sad that their life must be miserable trying to cope with the trials of life without the skills that maturity brings to us. I know two people who graduated from high school with me in 1969 who have never left home. One girl was a friend of mine who had a mother that always did everything for her and babied her. The other is a man who was seriously overweight even then, unintelligent, and rather difficult to like. I can't help but wonder what's going to happen to them when they're parents are gone and they're left to fend for themselves.
@Himansu (793)
• India
27 Oct 06
No Way. Is There any Reason to Hate Them Infact we Should try to help them .
@alena824 (376)
• Philippines
27 Oct 06
Hate? There's that word again. I get frustrated with immature people, especially if they are way beyond the age when they should have matured somehow. Sometimes, immaturity results from the environment they grew up in -- no one ever pushed them to have a backbone, to decide or supported them enough to build their confidence. It's disappointing if this characteristic has been pointed out to them and they still take no effort to improve themselves.
• United States
24 Oct 06
No, I dont hate them. If the grow up bein imature, they need to grow because we cant stay being a kids rest of our life and I dont like people acting like a kids.
• India
24 Oct 06
sometimes
@sambosch (845)
• India
24 Oct 06
No, until they dont become a pain for me.
@nancygibson (3738)
• France
24 Oct 06
No, they just need time to finish growing up. Kids don't stay kids forever so why should I hate them?