Even disregarding the pre-flop, where if you're playing a solid aggressive game you should be raising 30-50% of hands depending on opponents and therefore KK as part of that, there are still minor mistakes in the rest of the hand. It is definitely bet bet but make it $1+ on the flop on a great board in this spot and this has the added benefit of not needing to over shove the turn.
You don't need to get tricky with what you have said is a bad player and I agree you're probably selectively remembering, how many times did he fold to your raises before you formed your decision? Just play standardly, get the simple things right time and again and wait for genuine reasons to deviate from that, because right now nobody is exploiting you, and you don't have to do much more than the basics to exploit your opponents.
Originally Posted by naruto_miu
...Every Time I Limped into a Hand...
This says a lot in itself.
C9 is right about not posting in the right place too, surely you know there is a sub forum for HA by now?