PO'd

PO'd

Very disgruntled, irritated, angry, or outraged. ("PO'd" being a euphemistic abbreviation of "pissed off.") John was so PO'd when he found out that someone else had been given the promotion instead of him. There's no point in getting PO'd over a bad grade on your exam. Just study harder next time!
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The catsters were, in no particular order, indignant, offended, PO'd, and beyond believing that anyone could have possibly outfished them or their secret bait.
Dion found herself immersed in a not-so-fairy-tail version of "The Princess and the Pee" - and she's PO'd.
FEBRUARY Washington Post finds roaches, mouse poop, neglect, and PO'd wounded vets at Walter Reed.
Already in a permanent bad mood, Jarrod's really PO'd about the news that his bro has arranged to have his faithful dog put down.
Now it's very difficult to keep Amnesty International happy so that's business pretty much as usual, but when the "Friends" are PO'd that's something.
I knew how PO'd my fiance would be if I showed up for wedding pictures with each arm in a big white cast.
b) Is this a statistical aberration basically reflecting the fact that the huddled masses of PO'd customers are more likely to sting the vendor every chance they get, even if they had "NO" from question (a) tattooed across their forehead?
The AOL DD forums may have changed since two years ago (when I did some lurking and they were *really* bitter about the DDEB), but on the other hand, I think on some levels, no matter how polite or nonelitist we are, some people might be po'd [pissed off] anyway.