from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. excellent
- v. Present participle of bitch.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. an informal intensifier.
- n. complaining; griping.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Some choice quotes: Robert A. Heinlein: I don't know what all the bitching is about.
Their bitching is already limited solely by the fact that the day has only 24 hours.
Here you go again bitching about the Wapo but you JUST linked to an article from there in your previous post.
I think you just kinda have to realize that some bitching is just integral to being a “Bad Mother” blog.
But oh no, idle bitching from the other gobshites ruined it for her.
Regardless, bitching is good for the soul – it’s just not healthy to keep it all in, people!
Some bitching is just integral to a blog written by a diagnosed depressive who’s committed to chronicling her struggles with motherhood.
But they insisted upon prefacing that statement with a few pissy remarks concerning the blogosphere’s persistence in bitching about this matter which – according to them – occurred this past July and for which they’ve already apologized.
If she’s read this, your mum will note that you’ve started nagging again – bitching that your boy jester doesn’t pull his weight domestically, doesn’t wash the dishes quietly (even after he’s made you dinner), hasn’t done the ironing while you watch a pathetic show that you’ve chosen because it’s YOUR finger on the remote button.
As long as your bitching is polite, to the point, and doesn’t call our engineers dipshits because the one feature that nobody in the industry has is one that you want and you’ve somehow convinced yourself that “it would be simple to add”.
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