Ha! What do you say to that, Mr "your colloqiualisms are too obscure for me to know of"?!Kimra wrote:*holds up degree in English like anApocalyptus wrote:Hmm well that's the first I've heard of it used in that context - I can't find any official reference to it, but in my area at least, if you call something 'a pisser' that means it's hilarious. And being 'pissed' means you're very drunk.LordRetard wrote:http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/pisser
This is a problem.
So it certainly is a problem*
*That no online dictionaries agree with me
awesomeimpenetrable shield of defense*
I totally agree with you miss Apocolyptus. Though I can imagine a 'pisser' could also be something that pisses you off in colloquial language here it means a crack up.
p.s. I prefer to go by Ms, so please keep that in mind next time Kimra.