Can anyone help me find a little bit more polite way to say "I am pissed off at you"?
I know this is used to show anger or irritation, but this is bit harsh.
So, do you have any other option?
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I was really pissed off at someone the other day so after fuming in private and thinking about it for a bit I told the person in a calm yet firm manner what I was pissed off about (I had condensed it to about 12 words) and then I said (calmly yet firmly-rather matter-of-factly) "I am not at all happy about this." So now, when I'm pissed off at someone, that's what I'm going to say.
You could say you were dischuffed, a useful word that was common a while ago, but seems to be disused now.