I don't hate a lot of things. It's hard to hate; it takes so much energy and feeling. Hating things makes me upset. Oh boy but here's something I hate. When people are so blindly within their own bias/opinion make a "you're with us, or with them" argument, and then are so blinded that they don't listen to you talk. They only nitpick your statement for things they can isolate into 'insults', add an anecdote to evoke emotional response, and use it against you.
There is nothing wrong with putting an anecdote in your argument. It can be a really great way to push your ideas. But if you're going to flat out ignore me, single out a phrase and then use it to victimize yourself without acknowledging the context of the conversation-- I don't want anything to do with you. I also don't like it when people think they are clever and say the final word, before blocking you from social media so you can't say anything back--as if that makes them the winner. Good on you.