|pissed off [B]
||angry, mad, pissed, ticked off
||He'll be pissed off if I leave him. He'll be mad.
|pissed to the gills [B]
||drunk, plastered, snapped
||He was pissed to the gills, so we sent him home in a taxi.
|pissing into the wind [B]
||working at a hopeless job, feeling futile about a task
||Cleaning up an oil spill is like pissing into the wind - hopeless!
|pit of my stomach
||(See the pit of my stomach)
||a brief stop to buy gas or go to the washroom
||Excuse me. I have to make a pit stop before we go to the movie.
||(See the pits)
|place on a pedestal
||(See on a pedestal)
|plain as day
||easy to see, clearly visible, in broad daylight
||I saw it, plain as day - Bigfoot - not twenty feet away!
|plain as the nose on your face
||very easy to see or understand, very clear, crystal clear
||We have photos of the earth from outer space that prove the earth
is round. It's plain as the nose on your face!
||the substitute for Plan A, an alternative plan
||Plan A depends on getting a student loan. What is Plan B?