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  1. Gogami says:
    Oct 21,  · taking the piss To appear serious, but actually meaning the opposite - most of the time. Usually followed up by the 'piss taker' (the one who joked) revealing he/she was only joking.
  2. Kazralrajas says:
    Men will hit each other if one thinks the other is taking the piss out of his car. Note: You can call an instance of this behaviour a piss-take. This is a piss-take of the standard cop movie.
  3. Meztizilkree says:
    Jun 15,  · Takin the piss is a common expression, in the territories formerly controlled by the British Empire, currently the countries listed in the Commonwealth of Nations. It is used to express someone having fun or intentionally irritating someone in order to amass laughs, usually through the usage of exaggerated versions of the emotions, ruling the one “pissed off”.
  4. Taull says:
    May 26,  · Taking the Piss Lyrics. 'Cause I'mma pull up with gang and flip. Still doing my bits. Giving no fucks it is what it is. And that for certain, got 'em all tuned in no sermon. Cuz you know the.
  5. Aragul says:
    Jul 16,  · Figuratively, to be piss-proud is to have false pride, thus taking the piss out of is to deflate their false pride, usually through disparagement or mockery. As the piss-proud metaphor became dated, taking the piss out of someone came to refer to disparagement or mockery itself, regardless of the pride of the subject.
  6. Jutaxe says:
    1. (British & Australian very informal) to make a joke about someone or to make someone look silly (often + out of) They always take the piss out of her because she's a Barry Manilow fan. 'You should wear miniskirts more often - you've got the legs for them.' 'Are you taking the piss?' (British & .
  7. Dinris says:
    Synonyms for taking the piss include taking the mickey, poking fun at, deriding, jeering at, scorning, sneering at, treating contemptuously, burlesquing, lampooning and making jokes about. Find more similar words at complepugisublo.hardwaldtomimacamtipernicuposla.co!
  8. Kajin says:
    piss - urine, to urinate. (The main literal meaning, of course.) take the piss out of (someone/something) - to make fun of. pissed - drunk, roughly equivalent to hammered in AmE. on the piss - out drinking, similar to on the town, on the tiles. piss (someone) off - to offend, irritate, anger someone.
  9. Kigalkree says:
    If someone takes the piss out of another person or thing, they tease them or make jokes about them in an unpleasant way. Men will hit each other if one thinks the other is taking the piss out of his car. Note: You can call an instance of this behaviour a piss-take. This is a piss-take of the standard cop movie. 2.

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