|piss in the pickles [B]
||ruin a project, wreck a piece of work
||Plans for a school were OK until the Premier pissed in the pickles.
|piss like a race horse [B]
||have to urinate, back teeth are floating
||I hope this mall has a washroom. I have to piss like a race horse.
|piss off [B]
||leave, go, beat it, take off
||"If you don't like cigar smoke," he said, "you can piss off."
|piss on them [B]
||who cares about them? they are worthless
||When Scotty heard you quit the team, he said, "Piss on him!"
|piss parade [B]
||a group of people pissing together
||On bus trips we stopped for a piss parade every two or three hours.
|piss poor [B]
||of poor quality, not well made
||Grandpa said, "That's a piss-poor tractor. Don't buy it."
|piss pot full [B]
||a lot, very many, more than expected
||After the poker game, Sammy had a piss pot full of loonies.
|piss your pants [B]
||become very frightened, be very scared
||The House of Horrors is so scary you'll piss your pants!
||angry, upset, teed off
||She was really pissed when you told her to carry your luggage.
||drunk, hammered, sloshed
||When I saw her walk, I knew she was pissed. She nearly fell down.