Citations:haterade

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English citations of haterade

hatred as a metaphorical beverage[edit]

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  • 1997 November 4, Spnaz, “SUBCONTINENTAL'S PROBLEM”, soc.culture.pakistan, Usenet:
    WE HAVE TO GET OUT OF THIS BRITISH PUPPET SYNDROME WE DO HAVE ONLY TWO CHOICES BEHAVE LIKE ANIMALS AND MAKE WEST HAPPY( BECAUSE THEN THEY DONT HAVE TO WORRYABOUT COMPITITIONN FROM US) OR RELEASE THESE HATERADE FEELINGS FOR EACH OTHER AND COOPERATE IN HUMANE AND CIVILIZED WAY.
  • 1998 November 12, Damron, Allen, “Re: ELVIS-BEATLES innovations (basis of rock n roll)”, alt.elvis.king, Usenet:
    Why do we have so much haterade for things we do not like I find this to be true om almost any Ng or Forum you go to.
  • 1999 August 28, Bettrduck, “Re: No No Subjects”, misc.writing.screenplays, Usenet:
    Still they hate on me though, almost all of them, sitting on the sidelines drinking all the Haterade. Hating ass haters hating on me.
  • 2001 July 2, Goodridge, Ben, “Cyberstalking? No.”, alt.horror.werewolves, Usenet:
    Drinks his weight in Haterade once a day, perhaps, but not a stalker.
  • 2002 March, Juanika H., “Mail (letters)”, Vibe, ISSN 1070-4701, page 59: 
    All the haters who call him a fake Tupac/DMX need to stop drinking that Haterade.
  • 2003 April 22, Megan McCafferty, Second Helpings: A Jessica Darling Novel, New York: Three Rivers Press, ISBN 9780609807910, OL 3556568M, page 23:
    They are also responsible for the relentless haterade spewed on message boards toward “the blond ho from the video” who “broke poor Kayjay's heart" months after their one and only and very insignificant date.
  • 2004 May 25, Michael Holmes, “What?”, in Parts Unknown: Wrestling, Gimmicks and Other Works, Toronto: Insomniac Press, ISBN 9781894663595, OL 8723672M:
    Take a look at the blue guy / drinking that Haterade / you sanctimonious son of a bitch
  • 2005 November, “International Cool Survey 2005”, Elle Girl, page 36: 
    Watch your backs, Paris and Hil — some girls are drinking Haterade.
  • 2007 March, Aliya S. King, “Haterade”, Vibe, ISSN 1070-4701, page 126: 
  • 2007 November 26, Carl Jones as Thugnificent, “Shinin'”, The Boondocks season 2 episode 22:
    I know y'all love my music, and love my videos, and shit. But be fully prepared to drink hella haterade, nigga. Cause y'all 'bout to see how good it is to be me, and how bad it is to be you!
  • 2009 February 10, Dilara Hafiz; Yasmine Hafiz, Imran Hafiz, The American Muslim Teenager's Handbook, New York: Athenium, ISBN 9781416985785, OL 25075608M:
    You can try telling the hate mongers, “Stop guzzling down the Haterade,” but the best approach is to make the most of your own life by proving them wrong.
  • 2010 September 28, Pharrell Williams, “Haterade” (song), Gucci Mane feat. Nicki Minaj, Pharrell Williams, in The Appeal: Georgia's Most Wanted (album): 
    I be sippin' on haterade (yup!) / That deep-down getcha paid (yup!)
  • 2010 November 1, Tina Brooks McKinney, Snapped[1], Urban Soul, ISBN 9781601622297:
    “Do I detect a little haterade?”
  • 2010 December 8, David Siteman Garland, Smarter, Faster, Cheaper: Non-Boring, Fluff-Free Strategies for Marketing and Promoting Your Business, Hoboken: John Wiley & Sons, ISBN 9780470647929, OL 25064924M:
    Some people wake up in the morning and drink a bitter glass of Haterade.
  • 2012, Deborah J. Copeland, Spring Fever, Pink Snowballs, and a Splash of Haterade, Whirlabout Publishers, ISBN 9780981660219, OL 25414641M:
  • 2012 June 1, Jaime Reed, Burning Emerald, New York: Dafina Kteen, ISBN 9780758269256, OL 25414642M, page 4:
    The daily dose of haterade was bitter and hard to swallow, leaving my thirst for female camaraderie unquenched.
  • 2012 August 21, Adam McClane, “Turn up the love”, Written by Adam McClane, accessed on 2012-09-12:
    It feels like Haterade is on sale all over Facebook and Twitter these days. People are endlessly extreme and full of hate.