If I give in to him, I will be annoyed with myself.
He was very annoyed about the whole affair.
I'm aware of the meanings of them and I'd just like to make sure my understanding about the usage is correct.
The phrase "annoyed about" is usually followed by something while "annoyed with" is for someone.
Is my understanding correct?
Besides, are there any other adjectives which work this way, like "disappointed", "excited", "upset"?