Originating with the point and click adventure games that the computer gaming market was overflowing with in the 80's and 90's, pixelbitching is the act of sweeping your mouse cursor across any given screen of such a game, in order to find the minute cluster of pixels you need to progress. Often used by gamers as a last resort when they can't find any other items/pathways to proceed.

The direct result of pre-millenial psychic expectancy
"Yeah, I got stuck while I was playing last night, and ended up pixelbitching three screens before I finally found the tiny item I needed!"
by relative-frequency, September 18, 2012
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