A state of discontentment that primarily arises from excessive amounts of unsuccessful soliciting. Most often expressed in feelings of anger, resentment, depression, or bitterness, “cained out” can also refer to any unresolved emotions that inhibit one from being able to happily or willingly solicit to other people. “Cained” is specifically in reference to the negative attitude and nature possessed by Cain of the Old Testament in the Bible.
Dude 1: Hey man you seem really cained out today. I couldn’t help but see you across the street sitting on the curb crying in agony while we’re supposed to be going door to door doing our fundraiser. Don’t worry, everyone has their bad days and I’m sure things will work out for you eventually.
Dude 2: Easy for you to say, dude. You sold your entire box of candy bars today, Mr. Perfect. I’m sure you have nothing to be cained out about. Well, I guess it’s just too bad that God doesn’t love me.