For us, this is Louis C.K. and his crabby, melancholic, and profanely funny half-hour comedy.
Never underestimate the power of “crabby snacks and homemades.”
crabby American billionaires want their money back, writes John Avlon.
1520s, in now-obsolete sense "crooked, gnarled, rough," from extended sense of crab (n.1) + -y (2). Meaning "disagreeable, sour, peevish" is attested from 1776, American English. Both senses were found earlier in crabbed.