Or to put the question more directly: When will the curmudgeonly American music labels let it happen?
James Caan should be able to play a curmudgeonly drunk grandpa in his sleep and still get laughs.
curmudgeonly comedian Gilbert Gottfried has a voice and laugh as damaging as fingernails on a blackboard.
1570s, of unknown origin; the suggestion, based on a misreading of a garbled note from Johnson, that it is from French coeur mechant "evil heart" is not taken seriously; the first syllable may be cur "dog." Liberman says the word "must have been borrowed from Gaelic (and references muigean "disagreeable person"), with variant spelling of intensive prefix ker-. Related: Curmudgeonly.