Real hatred I am sure most think they have felt, but have not. I know what artificial hatred feels like. I'll try to describe it in phases. Here are the thoughts that continue running through you're head in when you are mad: I'm right, they're wrong, I'm smart, they're not, I did ___ because ___ so I was right, they don't know how I feel, they don't get my reasoning, I never want to be around them again, and I would let them die (When you really know you wouldn't) Fact: For some reason, once you are mad, you want to continue being mad, even if you know you're much happier when you aren't feeling like that, which makes it harder to get rid of. Color, inspired by wakeful-dreamer: It could relate to an ugly dark green. Related feeling: anger. Fact: It "makes" you do things you will regret, like making fun of the person you hate, or if you are the hated (like wakeful_dreamer said) it may "make" you think that you hate the person too, and you might start make fun of each other. All in all, it feels like you just dug a hole for yourself and you are trying to, as a kid might think is possible, dig to China, even though you know it's impossible and it will kill you.
It is a deep and emotional extreme dislike, directed against a certain person or object. It is the feeling of anger and disposition towards hostility against the objects of hatred. Get more information about it on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hatred.