Is there any difference between throw a fit and pitch a fit? Which is used more often in the US?
Pitch a fit (Merriam Webster): US, informal: to become very upset and angry in a loud and uncontrolled way, ex: He pitched a fit when she said she was going to be late again.
Throw a fit (Webster) :to express extreme anger, Ex: Dad will throw a fit if he finds out.
I had to provide definitions as the question was shut down as off-topic. What I can't get my head around is why this is necessary when it's all about something that couldn't be more intuitive for native speakers. It's pretty intuitive even for me, reading the definitions. What I need is a short confirmation, not someone drawing me a picture. Add to the equation the fact that this is the learners' stack exchange, why would anyone venture to answer my question if I throw in a definition, if they wouldn't without one? Because logic tells me, they're only using their intuition, inferring something obvious from the definition. Thank you very much, but that I'm able to do myself.