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
Jackman also worked as a party clown charging dollar 50 per show
The English origin Aussie star Hugh Jackman made a living by dressing up as a clown at childrens parties for almost three years. Not only that, he also worked in restaurants and gas stations. Until he got his first television break in the year 1995, in an Australian prison based drama Correlli. Later on he had his big break ironically playing a celebrated magician in Christopher Nolans The Prestige. As confessed to In the News, Jackman stated that he earned close to $50 per party working as a professional clown. He revealed that he played Coco and knew no magic tricks.