I've found that among all types of character, perhaps the ones I enjoy writing most are the unlikable ones. Now, I'm not necessarily talking about out-right villains. In fact, they don't even have to be bad people; just people who have traits that would be considered annoying, vexing and/or infuriating in real life. For example, I once created a minor antagonist meant to be a comedic type of villain. He had plenty of negative traits in general, but one of the most prominent ones was that he was a misogynist - he was constantly rude to women, almost at a subconscious level, and generally acted in an exaggerated chauvinistic manner. I was slightly surprised to find that writing this guy was hilarious. There was just something extremely amusing about how unapologetically offensive he was. My current story has this girl who is basically the Draco Malfoy of the story: she's a spoiled, bratty, easily angered and very confrontational person who's primary role is to annoy the hell out of my poor protagonist. Again, writing her is just buckets of fun for some reason. Seems like there's something about making characters deliberately unlikable that really makes me, well, like them. Does anyone else experience this?