piss (oneself)

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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.
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ˈpiss yourself (laughing)

(British English, taboo, slang) laugh very hard: Poor Kath — she was lying on the floor and we were all pissing ourselves laughing!
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piss

1. in. to urinate. (Colloquial. Usually objectionable. Some expressions, such as pissed off, are common colloquial with wide but not universal use or acceptance. Other expressions with piss are more restricted in some circles. See the complete list of all entries with piss in the Index of Hidden Key Words.) Who pissed on the floor of the john?
2. n. urine. (Usually objectionable.) You got piss on your pants leg.
3. n. bad beer; bad liquor; any bad-tasting or poor-quality liquid. (Usually objectionable.) How about another can of that piss you serve here?
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Workers at a meat processor supplying Tesco were not exactly pissing themselves laughing this week over the company's decision to make them clock off when they go to the bog--though they may hove been minus the laughing bit.
A couple more nights at Fat Boy's bar, a couple more people getting blacked out and pissing themselves.
I honestly thought I'd broken one of my teeth and was fretting - the rest of the lads were pissing themselves.
People come up to me in clubs and I end up having total fantasy conversations as Emile Heskey, with my mates pissing themselves laughing.
They must have been pissing themselves when the veiled threat worked.
I'm sure the speculators were pissing themselves laughing when they were counting their billion.
The Gaffe claimed that our young jobless are pissing themselves laughing at the prospect of leaving their homes and families.