bitchfest

bitchfest

(ˈbɪtʃˌfɛst)
n
slang a malicious and spiteful discussion of people, events, etc
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The word is king and no queen is better at bitchfest than Johnny McKnight, who delivers the acidic insults with laugh-out-loud venom.
But I'm not in this business or on this show to put down my cast mates or get into a bitchfest, that's not who I am, and I think if that day comes then I should leave," she said according to (http://www.realitytea.com/2014/05/14/real-housewives-of-beverly-hills-lisa-vanderpump-reveals-she-was-most-hurt-by-brandi-glanville/) RealityTea .
A champion of the collective voice, her work has appeared in many anthologies, including Yes Means Yes, Colonize This!, Bitchfest, Without a Net and Brazen Femme.
And there appears to be yet another "bitchfest" HAIR WE GO: Gary between the female judges.
And we can reveal the bitchfest turned even more nasty off camera, with four of the girls threatening to call in lawyers over botox queen Danielle.
Ugly Betty E4, 9pm The third series of this hit US comedy has been a bitchfest to say the least, and that's thanks largely to the arrival of wild-child Hollywood actress Lindsay Lohan [+ or -] who has been a revelation as the scheming Kimmie.
It's a kind of collective real-time bitchfest of reportage played out publicly over hours, days, or weeks.
Dodie Rotherham, the San Diego/Imperial County chapter CEO for the Red Cross, called the meeting a "bitchfest." Victims received very little financial support to restart their lives.
Bitchfest directs us to examine phenomena such as the lack of diverse African American images on television or the rise of the fat-suit as a comic accessory, and helps us to refuse neatly packaged media messages that try to tell us who we are and what we should buy.
The coeditors describe their early realization that "if we wanted to read something like this, we would have to write it ourselves" (p.xxiii, Bitchfest).
But there's no hiding the two-faced, backbiting, bitchfest personality.