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piss and moan

To grumble, gripe, or complain excessively and/or in an annoying fashion. My daughter has reached the age where she pisses and moans about everything we ask her to do. Well, if you spent less time pissing and moaning and more time doing your work, you'd be finished a heck of a lot sooner!
See also: and, moan, piss

piss in (someone's) Cheerios

rude slang To really upset, irritate, or disappoint someone. Sorry to piss in your Cheerios, but you won't get any credits for the class unless you attend every single lecture. A: "Watch out, the boss is in a foul mood today." B: "Wow, I wonder who pissed in his Cheerios?"
See also: Cheerio, piss

piss in (someone's) Corn Flakes

rude slang To really upset, irritate, or disappoint someone. Sorry to piss in your Corn Flakes, but you won't get any credits for the class unless you attend every single lecture. A: "Watch out, the boss is in a foul mood today." B: "Wow, I wonder who pissed in his Corn Flakes?"
See also: corn, Flake, piss

piss like a racehorse

rude slang To excrete an excessive amount of urine; to urinate for a long time. This is why I don't drink lots of beer: only a couple of pints and I'm already pissing like a racehorse. Can we pull over soon? I need to piss like a racehorse!
See also: like, piss, racehorse

piss money up the wall

To waste a lot of money; to spend money frivolously. Our company needs to stop pissing money up the wall on things like company cars and exorbitant bonuses for management if it wants to survive. It made me sick to watch while this administration pissed money up the wall for eight long years.
See also: money, piss, up, wall

piss on (someone's) chips

rude slang To really upset, irritate, or disappoint someone. Primarily heard in US. Sorry to piss on your chips, but you won't get any credits for the class unless you attend every single lecture. A: "Watch out, the boss is on a foul mood today." B: "Wow, I wonder who pissed on his chips?"
See also: chip, on, piss

piss on (someone's) bonfire

rude slang To really upset, irritate, or disappoint someone. Primarily heard in US. Sorry to piss on your bonfire, but you won't get any credits for the class unless you attend every single lecture. A: "Watch out, the boss is on a foul mood today." B: "Wow, I wonder who pissed on his bonfire?"
See also: on, piss

piss (one's) pants

1. Literally, to urinate while still wearing one's clothing. I need you to pull over the car right now, or else I'm going to piss my pants!
2. To laugh in a hysterical or uncontrollable manner (i.e., to the point where one might actually urinate in one's pants). Wow, that standup comedy was great! She had the audience pissing their pants!
3. To be absolutely petrified with terror; to be scared out of one's wits. I was pissing my pants when that huge burly guy started threatening me and my girlfriend.
See also: pant, piss

piss up a rope

1. To do something totally pointless, fruitless, or futile; to waste one's time doing something that will not or cannot come to pass. To be perfectly honest, I feel like voting is just pissing up a rope, so I just don't bother. My mom and dad spent years pissing up a rope trying to get my brother to take his studies seriously; in the end, he dropped out anyway to pursue a career in music.
2. exclamation Get out of here! Leave me alone! (Used especially in the phrase "Go piss up a rope!") Go piss up a rope, pal! No one wants to hear you talking for the entire course of the film. Terry: "John, do you think you could lend me 50 dollars?" John: "Go piss up a rope, Terry. You still haven't paid me back from the last time I lent you money!"
See also: piss, rope, up

get pissed off

To become very disgruntled, angry, or outraged. John got so pissed off when he found out that someone else had been given the promotion instead of him. There's no point in getting pissed off over a bad grade on your exam. Just study harder next time!
See also: get, off, pissed

be pissed off

To be very disgruntled, angry, or outraged. John was so pissed off when he found out that someone else had been given the promotion instead of him. Of course I'm pissed off about the test! Now I'm going to have to take it again this summer.
See also: off, pissed

pissed off

Very disgruntled, angry, or outraged. John was so pissed off when he found out that someone else had been given the promotion instead of him. There's no point in getting pissed off over a bad grade on your exam. Just study harder next time!
See also: off, pissed

piss (oneself)

1. (rude) Literally, to urinate while wearing one's clothing. I had to go to the bathroom so bad that I I'd nearly pissed myself by the time I made it home.
2. To laugh hysterically or uncontrollably. Raj's new boyfriend is hilarious. We were pissing ourselves through the whole lunch! I was pissing myself laughing at that comedy gig last night.
See also: piss

piss (oneself) laughing

To laugh hysterically or uncontrollably. (Usually used in the continuous tense.) Raj's new boyfriend is hilarious. We were pissing ourselves laughing through the whole lunch!
See also: laugh, piss

piss about

slang To waste time, especially in silly or frivolous ways. Primarily heard in UK. Have you done anything productive, or have you just been pissing about all day? I know you're having a great time pissing about with your friends, but we really need to start working on this project.
See also: piss

piss on ice

To live an extravagant lifestyle. Although the practice is rare today, upscale restaurants used to put cakes of ice in their urinals. Now that I've gotten a raise, I'm pissing on ice, and I love it! Tim is someone who enjoys quiet nights at home—he doesn't need to spend a lot of money and piss on ice to be happy.
See also: ice, on, piss

pissed (off)

Inf. angry. (Crude. Potentially offensive, even though it is heard widely. Use with discretion.) I was so pissed off I could have screamed. He's come back, and he's sure pissed.

as pissed as a fart

  (British & Australian very informal!) also as pissed as a newt (British very informal!)
very drunk Peter came home from the pub pissed as a fart.
See also: fart, pissed

pissed out of your head/mind/skull

  (very informal!)
very drunk Anna was pissed out of her mind - she couldn't even walk.
See also: head, of, out, pissed

pissed

1. mod. alcohol intoxicated. (Usually objectionable.) He was so pissed he could hardly stand up.
2. mod. angry. (see also piss someone off.) I was so pissed I could have screamed.

pissed (off) (at someone/something)

and pissed off about someone/something
mod. very angry with or about someone or something. (Objectionable to many people, but heard in all popular entertainment, schools, and the workplace.) She’s always so pissed off about something. He always seems pissed off at somebody.
See also: off, pissed

pissed off about someone/something

verb
See also: off, pissed

pissed off

verb
See also: off, pissed

pissed at someone/something

verb
See also: pissed

pissed

verb
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I just can't believe people would be that pissed off to find out that no one really gives a shit about them.
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So, if you ever get pissed that I'm not covering my end, just take it outside and wait for Al to show up.
And as angry as we got when Jesse Helms and Reverend Wildmon pissed on our parade, nothing pissed us off more than the bullshit attacks from the left - from which we may have been alienated but with which we certainly felt a kinship.
People always get pissed off when I blast the Kennedy women, but they should thank me for the hypocrisies that I point out.
And while we are talking about no hope of making a trick here, just how many hundreds of thousands of times have I seen in contests, or just tiding for fun, teenage Johnny Badass try a kickflip to the rail, fail, try a nollie to the rail, fall, try a 50-50 to the rail, fall, try a frontside boardslide on the rail, fall, launch the five-foot ledge acid drop, fall, get pissed, curse, and throw his board?
I keep my opinions to myself and I don't like to get people pissed off at me.
However, I continue to be pissed that it was done to me.