What's (someone's) problem?

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What's (someone's) problem?

Why is someone being so rude, unreasonable, or difficult? Jeez, what's his problem? All I said was hello, and he stormed out of the office. Hey, what's your problem, pal? You can't cut ahead of people in the line!

what’s your ˈproblem?

(spoken, informal) used to show that you think somebody is being unreasonable: What’s your problem? I only asked if you could help me for ten minutes.
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What's her problem? She's still doing her spare part thing on The X Factor so it's not like she's been dumped from that as well.
So what's her problem? To pretend that beauty is a curse is not only stupid, it's disingenuous.
What's her problem? Hasn't she heard of art imitating life?