10 Phrases to Describe Offending or Upsetting People
1. They got off on the wrong foot. (= when they first met, they didn't get along) 2. He got on the teacher's bad side. 3. She took offense at his comment. 4. He has a chip on his shoulder. (= he is easily offended) 5. She got bent out of shape. 6. He left in a huff. 7. She got her panties in a wad. 8. He has a short fuse. (= he gets angry easily) 9. She dissed my mother. (= she insulted/disrespected my mother) 10. He got his nose out of joint. #5, #7, #10 all mean the person got irritated/annoyed
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