pissy

pissy
piss|y [ `pısi ] adjective IMPOLITE
1. ) angry or in a bad mood, especially in the way you behave toward someone:
Stop being so pissy!
2. ) BRITISH too unimportant to worry about:
I can't be bothered with the pissy details.

Usage of the words and phrases in modern English. 2013.

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