In this study, participants were asked to describe using written text, a person they liked and a person they disliked. Participants also completed a self-report HEXACO100 questionnaire, excluding the altruism items. The written descriptions were coded by three judges, who were asked to identify descriptions that included high levels or low levels of each of the six HEXACO personality dimensions. Judges also identified any descriptions that were particularly vitriolic. All judges were trained in a 2 hour virtual session after reading two articles about the HEXACO model, and completing a set of tests of HEXACO knowledge. In the study, we investigate a set of hypotheses and research questions relating to the traits that are described in liked and disliked people, and how those traits relate to participants' own traits.