What can YOU say in six sentences?
I imagine Vladimir Nabokov with a booming voice, broken blood vessels in his cheeks, and a fondness for pickled herring on black bread eaten late at night by his typewriter.
He once told a friend, "My loathings are simple: Cruelty, stupidity, oppression, and soft music," making him the first person ever to critique the modern mall experience.
What three things could I say, with finality, that I loathe, since loathesomeness is such a moving target? Certainly Nabokov's choices work for me (minus soft music, which is inoffensive), and to those I'd add religous hypocrites and Jagermeister.
I wish I had known the iconoclastic, brilliant Nabokov, even risking his impatience (or worse), and the same is true of Chekov, Balzac and Dashiell Hammet.