snitchy

snitchy

(ˈsnɪtʃɪ)
adj, snitchier or snitchiest
informal NZ bad-tempered or irritable
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Less Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and more Snitchy Snitchy Banged Up.
It was snitchy real estate yenta Yolanda Yakketyyak who first let us know that action and horror movie specialist James Wan--the co-creator of the epic "Saw" franchise--slapped a ballsy but, given the currently electrified high-end market in Los Angeles, probably not unrealistic $13.75 million pricetag on a modern-minded, Mediterranean-style ranch house high above the Sunset Strip that he purchased (via trust) just a year ago for $9,726,500.
"I've worked with Paul Reilly, Eorl Crabtree and Chris Thorman with England and I've known Jacko and Snitchy for several years.
``Dad,'' said my snitchy brother, ``Did you hear what Dorinda just said?''
Once again, big Eorl and Snitchy led us from the front, and then when big Wayne McDonald came on he proved almost impossible to handle.