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bitchy resting face

rude slang A perpetually angry or sullen look on one's face when it is "resting" or neutral (not intentionally making any expression). This phrase is typically only used to describe women. I'm not mad, I just have bitchy resting face. She looks grumpy but she just has bitchy resting face. She's actually very approachable!
See also: bitchy, face, resting

bitchy

mod. irritable; complaining. (Usually objectionable.) Why are you so bitchy today?
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Afterwards, though, there was a lot of tears and a lot of bitchiness.
Starring Juice FM's Leanne Campbell, The Salon documents the uproarious goings-on at County Road Hair and Beauty, with a typically Scouse mix of jealousy, bitchiness, gossip and gangsters providing the humour.
It's the usual crucible of bitchiness and ambition, where students burst into song in the cafeteria, providing an excuse for the young women to harmonise and body-pop en masse.
I think it's been the nicest series as far as bitchiness goes.
I AM writing this letter to you because I am heartily sick of all the bitchiness and backbiting going on between the so-called leaders of our destiny as constituents of the Newcastle East and Wallsend area.
With luck, Alonso will continue bleating and his bitchiness will give some allure to a sport that for many of us, has the appeal of rearranging the socks drawer.
On top of that there's a great comic turn from Christopher Spelman as starlet's sugar-daddy Abner Dillon and Becky Thompson plays said starlet with a perfect balance of bitchiness and empathy.
Lily learns lessons about the shallowness and bitchiness of the world of the rich and famous and emerges from her summer of slaving away for no appreciation and lots of humiliation sadder, wiser, and more self-assertive for the experience.
Other people to discard: compulsively competitive quipmakers, sexually inappropriate drunks, shirt-tucked-in people who won't eat the cupcakes in an abspatting display of body hatred, and gay men who mistake bitchiness for wit, especially the ones who think every woman on camera deserves comments like "What's she wearing?
The one thing neither has lost is a flair for bitchiness, of the, ``Oh, hello darling, I thought you were dead,'' variety.
They're a really good, close-knit team, which is important on a small course, where everybody has to muck in together, and there's no bitchiness.
Beyond the bitchiness, Ford will be most remembered as editor of View, America's last and best magazine of the avant-garde, which ran from 1940 to 1947.
Danielle LeBlanc sang Musetta with rare ferocity, her bitchiness so unrelenting as to make her kindness to Mimi in the final act implausible.
Journalist and author Seymour Hersh on press attacks on the Associated Press' Pulitzer Prize-winning No Gun Ri story: "I think you can never underestimate the bitchiness of the press.
The shrewd maneuvers, the bitchiness, the uncanny knack for turning publicity into personal windfalls-no wonder the similarly talented Kelley was so intrigued.