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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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Even from her fellow poets there was never anything bad or disrespectful in print, although poets can be bitchier about one another than any other human beings.
When his love life soured, he came up with ``a lot of the bitchier ideas'' in her songs.
But the real climax came only with the realization that it was the suffering, the pain, the discomfort, the misery of all those countless others that they enjoyed, and from then on that became the core around which all their enjoyment revolved, the touchstone of their real enjoyment: if in it they could sense that it cast over countless people a shadow of sheer pain, humiliation, exhaustion, hunger, fear--to make life a bit more brutal, a bit more intense, a bit bitchier, a bit more real.
Some of the bitchier tabloids can't help sniping at Zeta-Jones, maybe because she was born with a beautiful face, or perhaps through some kind of envy at the fact she married one of the richest, most established stars in Hollywood.
REALITY shows don't get any bitchier than this one, which ends tonight with a massive cat-fight in a top restaurant.
It's a huge business worth an estimated $1bn a year - with films watched daily by more than five million people and a gossip mag industry that keeps an eye on the stars' private lives in an even bitchier fashion than over here in the UK.
Expect it to be camp, filthy and bitchier than a female-only dog pound.
And last night we were treated to gossip bitchier than a celebrity magazine writer who'd just been sacked - all preceded, of course, by descriptions of the stars as "my very good friend".
The accent I use for both Heidi and Karl is quite similar except her is a bit bitchier and a bit moire high pitched.
The accent I use for both Heidi and Karl is quite similar except her's is a bit bitchier and a bit more high-pitched.
America's Next Top Model is back on Living on Monday nights (9pm) and this season's looking better and bitchier than ever.
It's back and this time the tasks are harder, the candidates even bitchier, and if you can believe it, the boss is tougher than ever.
While she's fighting for racial integration, her mum gets into a bitchier battle with skinny TV stationmanager Velma Von Tussle (Michelle Pfeiffer).