hangry


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hangry

(ˈhæŋɡrɪ)
adj, -grier or -griest
jocular irritable as a result of feeling hungry
[blend of hungry and angry]
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I then spent a very Angry and terrible hangry hour using the live chat function of the delivery company's website trying to get them to address why they failed with my order.
She continued expressing her appetite on Tuesday that "Wish I finished my breakfast sandwich but my stubborn self decided not to and now I'm getting hangry (a blend of hungry and angry).
Snowflake, meaning an overly sensitive person, hangry, which describes someone who is grumpy as a result of hunger, and the term me time made the list.
The list of more than 1,000 additions also includes the term "me time", when an individual devotes time to doing what they want in order to relax, and hangry, used when someone is "bad-tempered or irritable as a result of hunger".
A list of more than 1,000 additions also include me time for relaxation, and hangry for those in a bad mood because of hunger.
I'm generally hangry, brain dead and, by the time I'm schlepping back from the station past dimly lit homes with cosy people in chunky socks watching Holby, it feels like midnight.
Chief Lending Officer Fawn Sachleben said the bank was familiar with Wicked Hangry because of Heard on Hurd.
Their friendly natures are a cue to swallow the hangry thoughts bubbling under the surface.
Thank you for continuing to be the light in my life, teaching me how to stay positive, and loving me even when I am hangry.
Home grown food truck, My Mosa, which is located at Hangry Hangar for the summer is offering the first 100 customers over this weekend free Nutella Mosa (mosas stuffed with Nutella served with vanilla ice-cream and salted caramel drizzle).
Ample snacks mean no one will go hangry on the trail.
Bestsellers: The Uniwhale and the Hangry Cloud enamel pins