by Clark and Miller – better English
You can’t trust her:
Deceitful — She pretends to be your friend, then she’ll stab you in the back (do something bad to you after you’ve started trusting her).
Dishonest — She’s not honest.
Machiavellian — She intelligently uses different people against each other to get what she wants.
Sneaky — She does things that you don’t know about that affect you negatively.
Untrustworthy — You can’t trust her. She lies!
She hates change:
Dogmatic — She has strong beliefs and doesn’t accept any view outside those beliefs.
Inflexible — When she’s made plans, NOTHING can change them.
Intolerant — She doesn’t like certain types of people and will never accept them. Sometimes this can be extreme, like racism, sexism or homophobia.
Narrow-minded — She has a small view of the world and doesn’t accept ideas outside that view.
Stubborn — You will never be able to change her opinion on anything.
Obstinate — Like “stubborn,” but a little stronger.
Pig-headed — Like “obstinate.” But with a pig.
Fussy — She likes everything to be a certain way. If there’s a change, she gets very upset or angry.
She’s difficult to work with:
Tactless — It’s like “indiscreet” but with words. It means she sometimes says something stupid that might hurt someone, usually without realising it.
Unpredictable — You don’t know what she’s going to do next!
Vague — She doesn’t explain things clearly.
Impatient — If she has to wait too long for anything, she gets angry. Maybe she’ll walk away.
Unreliable — If she tells you that she’s going to meet you at 7 o’clock, she probably won’t. You can’t trust her to keep her promises.
She behaves badly in relationships:
Jealous — She hates seeing you with other people.
Possessive — She only wants you to spend time with her. You have no other friends now.
Resentful — She still gets angry about things that happened a long time ago.
Secretive — She regularly keeps secrets from you.
She’s always in a bad mood:
Quick-tempered — She gets angry very easily.
Grumpy — She’s always in a bad mood and doesn’t want to speak with you.
Moody — Her moods are unpredictable. Sometimes she seems fine, and then suddenly she’s in a bad mood.
Pessimistic — She always sees the negative side of things.
Sullen — Like “grumpy.”
Touchy — You can make her angry or upset very easily.