One of my favourite idioms in Newfoundland English is “poisoned” as in “to be mad.”
As in “Mom’s right poisoned with him for letting the cat out.”
"Crooked" too. Which I guess means "to be mad" too, but … I don’t know, I guess it’s more "to be in a bad mood"?
You know … I thought Newfoundlanders had a lot of words for being drunk. But I think we probably have at least as many for being in a poor mood.