Can I use the onomatopoeic word 'tsuh'?
Not sure of its existence, I literally googled 'tsuh' to see if it was even a word. What I had in mind was a kind of exaggerated tongue click that one does as a sign of disapproval.
After browsing among Japanese terms, I found this definition by Urban Dictionary that does seem to give the word in question some sort of legitimacy.
'An interjection expressing extreme indifference to or disdain of another person's ideas or presence. Also can be used to express displeasure about a situation. (Note: the T and S must both be clearly pronounced.)
Creepy guy: Hey girl you got pretty eyes, can I get your number? Christine: Tsuh.
Steve: Dude check out my star wars toy collection!
Jenny: WTF, this bar is out of Stoli Orange?!?
I'm here to know how common this word is among English speakers and, possibly, if there are other spellings, or even altogether different words, that might better fit the context.