Why did cole hate to be touchedTouching Spirit Bear?
because nobody ever touched him except to hit him
If you encounter a polar bear, what happens is up to the bear, since it can outrun you and kill you with a single swipe of its massive paw. Whatever you do, don't try to sing 'Sweet Home Alabama' to the bear. All bears hate that. Last answer (just as valid): The polar bear would shatter you to pieces if you do not run away from it, especially when the polar bear is hungry or…
No, polar bears do not hate people. They see people as curiosities, as intruders or possibly as threats, or as a potential food source. None of these involves hate, and the animal reacts instinctively to the presence of people. Hate is not a part of an equation that might predict how a polar bear reacts to a human, at least not on the bear's part.
Hate is all about dislike, not wanting, feeling bad and just totally not needing something which already exists. If someone does not want/like someone then its most probarbly that they hate them or somthing related to hate. Hate is when you cant stand being around someone in the same room or even cant bear to hear them say anything. Its just that you dislike something very much and want nothing to do with it
because hate means you really don't like that person they have done something to you that is unforgivable you can't even look at them with out thinking about what they did. Hate means a person caused you so much pain and tears and heart break that you couldn't bear it and now you can't get passed what they did. That's why hates such a strong word well it is when using it properly some people…
In the CBS television series M*A*S*H (1972-83) the character Radar O'Reilly had a teddy bear first seen in episode 10, "I Hate a Mystery". For seven years, the bear did not have a name. It was placed in the unit's time capsule during episode 250, "As Time Goes By". According to Gary Burghoff, the actor, the bear's name was "Tiger". On Sesame Street, Big Bird's teddy bear is named Radar.
The Japanese do not hate America now. They do a ton of trade with Americans and many Americans live and work in Japan. World War 2 issues are for the most part resolved. You must bear in mind that, thanks to the Marshall Plan, Japan was able to transform intself into a modern technologically advanced country.
I HATE my little sister FOR REAL I hate her what am I supposed to do to let people know that cause they're always saying you love her you're just saying that when I REALLY do hate her?
You should just ignore her. But bear in mind that children do grow up, and as adults they may improve. So, although you hate your sister now, don't burn your bridges; you may want to be her friend later in life. I can tell you that I like my own sister much more now than I did 50 years ago. Also, it doesn't really matter if people don't believe you when you tell them that…
You have misquoted. The lines are: Romeo, the love I bear thee can afford No better term than this,--thou art a villain. to paraphrase: 'This is how much I love you - you're a villain" In other words the only word Tybalt can think of to describe Romeo as is villain - Romeo didn't deserve a more sophisticated insult.