H8t is essentially a quick way to say “hate”, often used when there’s a strong dislike for something or someone. It’s a trendy way to express this feeling, especially in online communication and texts.
This shorthand is not as popular as its sibling, h8, but it still pops up here and there. You might see it used by young people on social media platforms or in their text chats. They might use it when talking about disliked sports teams, bothersome individuals, harsh teachers, or anything associated with the band Creed.
The abbreviation is part of a larger group of terms that playfully replace ‘ate’ with ‘8’. You might see variations like I8U, h8r, 8, 2l8, l8r, m8, and n8kd.
Example for using ‘H8t’ in a conversation
Ugh, I can’t believe I have to go to school tomorrow. 😩
I know, right? I h8t Mondays! 😫
Me too! And I also h8t math class. It’s so boring. 😒
Totally agree. I h8t numbers! 🙄
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