1 definition by kylacat

the combination of being both sour and bitter
In chemistry, acids are usually described as being sour, whereas bases are described as being bitter; the neutralization of an acid and a base produces a salt, and thus, salty.
The folks: That old man Jenkins was so bitter about our parking in front of his mail box. I've never seen a more sour expression...

You: Oh wait, so he was like salty?

The folks: ohhh...hon, is that how you talk during job interviews?
by kylacat April 9, 2017