THERE are three interesting Liverpool expressions related to negative emotions - specifically bad temper, irritability or moodiness: "narky" or "narked
", "to have/ get/take the hump" and "to have a cob on".
Elsewhere, Ian goes to an event without Masood, so a narked
Masood tells environmental health that there are rats in the chippy.
Jammy beggars who camped out overnight at the box office managed to bagsy some, but those who didn't were narked
when the online tickets were nabbed within seconds.
And perhaps he is right to feel a bit narked
when managers who haven't done anything like he has done in the game, are gaining all the plaudits ahead of him.
Luis Suarez 6 Niggled, narked
, made himself a monumental pain.
Again, jolly decent of you, I'd have been a bit narked
if you where trousering my Council Tax, and then using it go and cut the grass in Nottingham or Surrey.
Richie Brittain narked
the ref, narked
his team-mates, narked
the opposition, set the tempo and scored.
Nikeboro was narked
with the whole Groundhog Day repetition of it all as well, asking: "What can anybody say that hasn't already been said hundreds of times this season and thousands of times over the last couple of years?" But Boro Doug provided some light in the gloom as he typed: "Come on guys, let's get behind the team.
He wrote in the email that Queen was so narked
that she started marking the bowls to see when the levels dipped.
"Queen so narked
she has started marking the bowls to see when the levels dipped," Goodman added.
LIVE AT THE ELECTRIC (9pm BBC3) YOU'D be a bit narked
if you turned up at London's Electric Cinema hoping for a night of live comedy.
Sure, the big lizards might burn down the odd fishing village and gobble up a few fair maidens for elevenses - but they're probably a little narked
that blokes in armour are always trying to stick them with the pointy end of their swords.