People who either warranted or unwarranted consider themselves to be important.
Person 1: "Are you going to the gala on Saturday"
Person 2: "Pffft of course"
Person 1: "You and all of your esteemed bignitary friend no doubt"
A gentler response to fuck you when someone says something pfft worthy.
Ben: "Carrie, are you coming for drinks?"
Carrie: "I can't Ben, I went out last night and I'm still hungover"
Ben: "Pfft you then"
Suppressing the urge to mock at an inappropriate time such as meetings with upper management, your parents, young children, your children's teacher/principal at weddings and/or funerals.
I had to exercise the highest degree of mockrestraint when I noticed my cousin at the funeral wearing white pantyhose and Doc Martin's.
When someone takes things for granted. Or whines for no reason. Lack of appreciation or having an unjustified sense of entitlement.
15 year old girl: My parents said they won't buy me the new iPhone
2nd girl: Your rents pay for your cell phone?
15 year old girl: pffft duh ya
2nd girl: Bitch - you need a serious grattitude adjustment. Most of us have to buy and pay for our cell phones.
The feeling that overcomes a woman when she realizes the guy who has been hitting on her is married.
Janice experienced ring rage when her bff told her the guy that was flirting with her was married.
Something that is Not Actually haha (funny)
The opposite of BAHAHAHA
Andrew: "Oh Roz, you crack me up.
Ben is referencing a document of polite Britishisms and their translations, such as "I'm sure it's my fault" = "It's totally your fault." Or "Roz, you're awesome!" = ...well, you can work that one out yourself"
The feeling of mortification after you call someone then hang up when they answer knowing they will see that you called then hung up.
I was overwhelmed with call remorse when I hung up on my weekend hook up when he answered.