arsey

arsey

(ˈɑːsɪ) or

arsy

adj, arsier or arsiest
aggressive, irritable, or argumentative
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To this end, the grapevine reported that a couple of years ago, the fellow was out enjoying an evening with his friends in Lahore and when their car was passing in front of the Governor House on the Mall, he told the fellow passengers, "Kuch arsey mein ye darvesh ki kutthia hogi.
"It was down to us lot to sift through the evidence, untangle the DNA and interview the hell out of a load of arsey criminals who made an Olympic sport out of lying to us," explains the 47-year-old actress, who plays Detective Inspector Martha Bellamy.
Ours is called Xavier, and though he has no exoskeleton or whiny, bitey, malarial-based remit, he IS an irritant - his job being to patrol the campsite pool, disciplining miscreant males in board shorts, with as much arsey attitude as he can muster.
"We said to him, 'Why can't you sail this boat?' and he got all arsey with us.
Verdict: A rare Italian - classy, not arsey. Brilliant family service.
Get the film crew ready, Ardak, and come on, Arsey and Darsy!
"If you had been arsey with us then I would not give you a second chance," said Pc Hughes."
Referring to the pop group 5ive!'s appearance on Fully Booked she said: "They were really arsey and I thought - you're just a bunch of kids.
He said: "I know this might sound particularly arsey, but to me it's already a success in the sense that I'm incredibly happy with how it sounds and how the songs have turned out.