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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!
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bitchy

mod. irritable; complaining. (Usually objectionable.) Why are you so bitchy today?
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Dismissing Mr Osborne's claim that her resignation had been "unnecessary", she said: "My actions would not have been necessary if he had done what he should have done, which is pick up the phone to people he is incredibly close to and say: 'It's unnecessary for you to meet your ends by taking out power stations, homes, schools and killing kids on beaches'.'' Rounding on criticism of her exit from the Cabinet and performance as a minister, she said: "Some of the bitchiest women I've ever met in my life are the men in politics.
She added: "Some of the bitchiest women I've ever met in my life are the men in politics".
I've been living in LA for eight years and in Australia for two years, so who knows?" The Spice Girl soon earned herself a reputation as one of the bitchiest judges ever last year.
Speaking before the final presenter and Big Brother winner Brian Dowling revealed he thought this year's show had been the bitchiest yet.
On New Year's Eve Tracy is at her bitchiest best, but is later found in a pool of blood.
She's called Liberty, she's gorgeous and about to send fistfuls of fur flying in one of the bitchiest shows on TV.
And despite a short-lived revival amongst dubiously-attired fashionistas, even the classification for shoulder pads ( as beloved by the cast of the hit 1980s TV soap Dynasty and wholeheartedly embraced by its bitchiest star, Joan Collins ( is being phased out of the British telephone directory.
And BB Aled, who compiled his ideal household exclusively for Wales on Sunday, says a combina-tion of the bitchiest girls and the beefiest blokes would ensure even higher ratings.
The audience (mostly straight) lapped it up, along with the bitchiest exchanges--warming to the zingers rather than the play's uneasy heartsickness.
The bitchiest clique at Westerburg High are the three Heathers and Veronica, played by Wynona Rider.
That's more than can be said for the rest of director Gregory Doran's surprisingly ill-chosen cast, with Anna Francolini retreating once more into shrill hysterics after her transformative work late last year in "Merrily We Roll Along." Playing the bitchiest of Mahler's bare-bosomed discards, Francolini is heard carping about "Americans (who) only attend the opera so they can have a party afterwards." I can think of worse reasons for attending "Mahler's Conversion" and only hope that everyone involved had a great opening-night bash.
Still, having viewed the film in West Hollywood, I can attest that belly laughs from the audience at the bitchiest lines in the film were real, perhaps validating this depiction of gay life as narcissistic and unfulfilling for denizens of the largest gay-majority city in the world.
WITH the possible exception of politics and journalism music is the bitchiest business you could hope to find.
She added that "some of the bitchiest women I've ever met in my life are the men in politics".
My acting is very one-note and I can see I got complacent" Actor Daniel Radcliffe criticises his own performance as Harry Potter "Some of the bitchiest women I have ever met in my life are the men in politics" Baroness Warsi, above, who resigned as a Foreign Office minister over the Conservative Party's stand on Gaza "Put us all in the same place and it goes a bit EastEnders" Sarah Vine, wife of Government Chief Whip Michael Gove, on their family holidays "For all his bluster, Boris Johnson is a slippery character" TV news journalist Adam Boulton "Not just once but three times.