what's the difference between mad and hate to someone ?
Surrey, British Columbia
March 12, 2010 3:38am CST
i think simple words that i confused eventhough its says common to us but how do you define mad and hate ? for me i dont know if you agree my difinition ......mad means you are mad because you hated someone and you hate because you get mad because someone will hated you am i right?
12 Mar 10
For me, mad, is when someone got angry at a person's action which had either directly or indirectly affected him. Degree may vary from slight to an intense feeling but there's a possibility that when the issue had been cleared out and sincere apologies were asked and accepted, this emotion may calm down or totally vanish. Hate, is also anger at its highest intensity that may have rooted from a very grave offense done to someone where explanations could not just wipe away the pain and anguished it caused on the offended party.
12 Mar 10
Hello sarameastrong. :) Mad and hate are often misinterpreted like the two words mad and angry; but few people know that the word MAD does not necessarily mean a negative connotation such as words like hate and angry. According to dictionary.com, mad "also" means: wildly excited or confused, overcome by desire, eagerness and enthusiasm or wildly gay or merry. For instance, when used in a sentence like "I am madly in love with you"; the word 'mad' did not mean a negative meaning at all. :) So it's a bit different when you say you mad or hate someone. Hate is a strong word, it's like a curse so I rarely use the word when I'm angry with someone. I can be "mad" sometimes because I don't like the feeling of being angry.. and hate is just too strong a word that it's should not be included in everyone's vocabulary :D