I did a little internet into hissy fits, and mostly it is of the definitional type. However, Wikihow does give some pointers on how to have a good hissy fit:
In my opinion, this was just a bare framework, hardly sufficient for its purposes. It's obvious that the writer did not put a lot of work into it. Having a good hissy fit is a social art in itself, don't let me kid you!
So here are some working points:
1. Find some issue to get emotionally labile about. It doesn't have to be trivial; anyway, "trivial" is strictly in the eyes of one person only.
2. Start off slow . . . . but start to hyperventilate. This might cause reddening of the cheeks or a feeling of dizziness.
3. Start off with your voice low, and gradually increase its volume.
4. Changing the octave of your voice is particularly effective, especially if it increases a notch or two or three!
5. Cuss. But in a lady-like way.
6. Throw small objects. It's even more effective if they're breakable. Throwing your shoes carries a particularly dramatic touch. Your bra, not so much.
7. Flounce out of the room. Note -- It is a good idea to practice your flouncing to prefect its expression. There's nothing less effective than a lame flouncing out of the room.
8. Give your audience a little time to think that the storm is over, then blow back into the room.
9. Be really loud. Babble.
10. Throw yourself on the floor and kick wildly.
11. Feign a faint.
12. Pay attention to your audience. It is important to keep them surprised and off balance.
Having a hissy fit can be an art form. It is well-worth perfecting. Guys can have them too. As a matter of fact, some are jedi masters at hissy fits: