- v. present participle of arse.
“Basically, for the majority of us, who don't have the golden ticket of a life mapped out for them, there's a lot of technical term "arsing about", before becoming respectable, tax-paying members of society.”
“They didn't play Mummy, so squeaky toys went unused - the atmosphere was all wrong for that kind of arsing about anyway, and likewise the cutout Stve made an appearance in the pub but not the venue itself.”
“It's annoying, because I'm a good customer and I don't deserve this kind of arsing about.”
“What amazes me is the fact that some are truly excited about putting the EXACT SAME crowd who just gave them the arsing of lifetime back into power.”
“And as much as you dislike Dems … do you really think things are gonna be better if the same slimy crowd that gave you the arsing of lifetime over the last eight years manage to creep back into power?”
“I have genuine concerns about US jets "arsing around" over North Norfolk towns though.”
“The internet had ruined my attention span and swallowed hours which I wrote off as pop culture research but was, more accurately, just time spent arsing about.”
“Need to stop fart-arsing about with helicopters and running over hookers.”
“We have several years of a left-wing government and things are coming apart at the seams now, what we need is less right-wing/left-wing fart-arsing and more sensible, practical, common-sense action to sort out our problems.”
“Now, quit arsing around and help me figure out which is the way to Portland.”
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