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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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The dialogue, which was snappy and profound in the first season, has degenerated into bitchiness. As for the character development, quite apart from the loss of complexity, The L Herd appears to have completely lost the plot.
For such a masculine game, there's a hell of a lot of bitchiness in today's football.
Brooke - a Miss Wales finalist - told how two years of 'bitchiness and back-biting' led to veterinary nurse Oliver accelerating towards her in a fury.
But it's not all feeble bitchiness and nicely realised observations.
Christine's bitchiness over Tara leads her to comment: "What does she do?" Well, what do YOU do Christine, apart from living on your reputation as a battleaxe?
Adele's bitchiness shows no sign of abating - she seems not to realise that those outside the house can monitor all her conversations - and yesterday she and Alex were at it again, slating Jade and Jonny.
There's something excruciating in the misfit of his compositions--a quality he has called "bitchiness," but which I regard as a dialectic of competing superficialities.
BITCHINESS "People took it incredibly seriously and entrants were literally marched on stage, shoved into position and told when to move by the second.
From Breffny being Breffny, to Joanna cheating, to Aoiffe's complete bitchiness, all the key moments in Apprentice history are there.
In Beijing we did the job, we worked really hard and there's no clique, no bitchiness."
Created by Liverpool playwright Andy Quayle, it stars Merseyside favourites Roy Brandon, Shaun Mason, Danny O'Brien, Leanne Campbell, Lynne Fitzgerald and Jasmine Joel in "a tale of love, jealousy, bitchiness and loads of botox".
My character is the head stylist called Paul who wants a baby but his drag queen boyfriend is the wrong sex.There are gangsters in it and lots of high drama and bitchiness so I should be perfect for the role!
I thought no one would know about it but the other girl told my boyfriend out of sheer bitchiness.
It's proved nothing, except that most men don't like being ordered about and that leaving a group of women together will lead to bitchiness. Which we knew already.
"You usually think there is a lot of bitchiness at these things, but it's actually like a family - you spend so much time together."