I always secretly hated Maths. But never could gather the courage to say it off to my teacher's face like this character in Chetan Bhagat's "The three mistakes of my life", atleast not in this fashion. Following is what Vidya has to tell her tutor Govind about how she feels about Maths. Page 45/46chapter 4
"Let me make myself clear. I positively hate Maths. For me it occupies a place right up there with cockroaches and lizards. I get disgusted, nauseated, and depressed by it. Between an electric shock or a Maths test, I will choose the former. I heard some people have to walk two miles to get water in Rajasthan. I would trade Maths problems for that walk, everyday. Maths is the worst thing ever invented by man. What were they thinking? Language is too easy, so let's make up some creepy symbols and manipulate them to haunt every generation of kids. Who cares if sin theta is different from cos theta? Who wants to know the expansion of the sum of cubes?"
(I felt the exact same, I could trade memorizing Shakespear for some Maths tests. Lucky me!!!!)