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pee in (someone's) Cheerios
rude slang To really upset, irritate, or disappoint someone. Sorry to pee 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 peed in his Cheerios?"
pee in (someone's) Corn Flakes
rude slang To really upset, irritate, or disappoint someone. Sorry to pee 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 peed in his Corn Flakes?"
pee 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 peeing like a racehorse. Can we pull over soon? I need to pee like a racehorse!
pee (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 pee 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 peeing their pants!
3. To be absolutely petrified with terror; to be scared out of one's wits. I was peeing my pants when that huge burly guy started threatening me and my girlfriend.
Angry. A euphemism for "pissed off." I don't really want to talk about it in front of the kids, but I got a speeding ticket today, and I'm so peed off!
To urinate. This phrase is typically used with children. Sweetheart, do you have to go pee-pee before we leave the house?
slang Angry. A mild substitute for the slang term "pissed." (Also formed as "p'd" and "p'ed.") I could tell that he was peed, so I just gave him some space to cool off.
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peed offannoyed or irritated. informal
Pee represents the initial letter of piss , and the phrase is used euphemistically as a slightly less vulgar expression than pissed off.
mod. alcohol intoxicated. (Euphemistic for pissed.) His old lady gets pee’d after a few beers.
mod. extremely angry. (Euphemistic for pissed (off).) I’ve never been so pee’d off in my life!
See also: off