I have read the following sentence in the book Le Petit Nicolas:
D'accord, d'accord, ce que tu peux être contrariant, tout de même !
Context: a group of kids is playing Cowboys and Indians. One of the kids suggests they play a story where the kid X is an Indian and the other kids defeat him. The kid X does not like it and sulks in a corner. Then, one of the kids says the sentence above.
What does "tout de même" mean here? Word Reference says that it means "all the same", "anyway", "even so", "for all that", but those do not fit well in this sentence.