arse-ache
Noun. 1. A bad mood, bad temper. E.g."I've got the arse-ache with my mate - he owes me £200 and won't pay it."
2. A bother, trouble. E.g."It's an arse-ache having to mow the lawn every week. Why can't be just pave over the garden?"

English slang and colloquialisms. 2014.

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