by Gerard Irick January 28, 2010
Expression of being in a bad mood over a relatively minor incident, often resulting after a series of minor bad events over the course of a certain period of time
I am so bitter this morning. Last night I forgot to set my alarm clock an hour back for daylight savings so it went off an hour early and I couldn't fall back asleep, I went to go eat breakfast and their was mold on the bread and we were out of pulp free OJ, and I didn't have any clean socks so I had to wear flip flops to school in the rain and I hate school in the rain, don't you?
by rah rah May 20, 2005
English style pale ale. The three types are session bitter (3.5%-4%abv), best bitter (4%-5%abv) and Extra special bitter (over 5%).
English bitter is the finest beer in the world. Much better than that piss water continental lager and american ale.
by Eddie Hunter March 19, 2006
by huddosauce February 21, 2018
ref below;about accurate on the abv, but not generally pale, although the new trend for "summer beers" tends to be going that way. Traditional pale ales are different as they tend to be less bitter or strong and are so a different category.IPA:India Pale Ale is again different as it is hoppier and generally paler but in its proper form much stronger, above 6%abv.There is a modern trend to label light hoppy beers as IPA,this is wrong they are pale ales. Duchars is a prime example it is a nice beer but at3.6 definatly not an IPA.
by toymi69 May 29, 2008
a Manchester City FC and their supporters; can only be used by Manchester United supporters in reference to their rivals.
by butchasteve February 29, 2008