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This exaggerated sketch is based on the funny quote.
I decided to give the elderly lady muscles while she is in irascible state, she’s been waiting to flex them for a long time!
The blue lines on the upper left hand corner is not part of the sketch.

irascible \ ih-RASS-uh-buhl \ , adjective;

1. Prone to anger; easily provoked to anger; hot-tempered.

Quotes:
The lawyer described his client as an irascible eighty-two-year-old eccentric who alternated between spinning fascinating tales about her past and cussing him out.
— Jack Olsen, Hastened to the Grave


Origin:
Irascible is from Latin irascibilis, “prone to anger,” from ira, “anger,” which is also the source of ire and irate.
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