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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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Expect it to be camp, filthy and bitchier than a female-only dog pound.
There may be no Simon Cowell, but I'm sure these judges can be bitchier than the great man himself.
While the author goes for an edgier feel, with bitchier lines and more explicit lust replacing that earlier pic's teary romanticism, gist is essentially the same: Jaded gay man unexpectedly falls in love with happily married one, causing major soul-searching for all involved.
Samantha's comments come at a time when the Irish showbiz world is getting bitchier than ever.
ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS: FASH hags Patsy and Eddy are back - badder, bitchier and bolder than ever.
It was just one of those testosterone arguments where I sat back and they were like, who can be funnier, who can be bitchier, who can brag the most?
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.
There's usually a competitive element designed to bring out the worst in them, so the bitchier they get the better the producers are pleased.
While she's fighting for racial integration, her mum gets into a bitchier battle with skinny TV stationmanager Velma Von Tussle (Michelle Pfeiffer).
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".
LYDIA WHITFIELD REPORTS BIG Brother guru Aled Haydn Jones reckons the show needs to get bitchier and beefier to survive to its planned sixth series.
Stephen Chbosky and Bill Russell's book tries to evoke the superficial-but-so-what fabulousness of the 54 scene via a Greek chorus-line of pansexual "glitterati," with good-natured boy toy Blake and bitchier Grace Jones look-alike Brigitte (Brenda Braxton) designated as the principal hangers-on.
Spies on the set tell me the bitchier studio eyes all turned to Grant.
It also seems the bitchier the line, the better, none more so than when Julia Roberts delivered the killer line: "That's all you got lady.
Some of Huw's bitchier gems make Joan Rivers sound like Nanette Newman.