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There's a market for gratuitous, unfunny nastiness these days.
Working with Bitches: Identify the 8 Types of Office Mean Girls and Rise Above Workplace Nastiness is a pick for any who face passive-aggressive behaviors, exclusion or insults in the workplace from bitchy behavior.
It is another example of the meanness and the nastiness that are becoming more and more evident in our society.
But a wedding is all about the bride and Laura, who's utterly unbearable at the best of times, hits new heights of narcissism and nastiness on her big day.
In the realm of computerized nastiness, social outcasts in high school largely escape the fray, Felmlee said.
As for vicious human attacking dogs being 'automatically dispatched so that there is no recurrence and it cannot pass on its nastiness to its progeny' who was it that made the dog nasty in the first place?
And while the Luis Suarez/Patrice Evra spat is a separate issue (and a dangerous one to comment on without possession of all the facts), there is certainly an element of nastiness which follows football around these days.
Quite a few people were making jokes at my expense and it just made me feel awful, because I'm there with my wife - and she's gone out and bought a dress - and it's my big night and I won and the overriding experience was of nastiness.
Other members of the club have noticed Scott's nastiness, but there's one loyal little witness who's a little closer to home.
The nastiness she is showing is unpleasant and not what we would expect from her.