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  • Again and again, I related the circumstances to my uncle; but he "pished," and

    Lords of the North

  • One Glasgow night of aberrationWhen kilted goblins with libationToasted Burns in tawdry exultationAll pished as fartsNot even armed with banjo could theyHit a coo's arse

    Poor Robert Burns. He deserves better than this | Kevin McKenna

  • I pished at some long-tailed tits as they came around us, and the boys laughed because I was caught in flagrante, sucking and chacking, as another walker crossed our path.

    A Year on the Wing

  • Hope not ... though I may be too pished to * know* I'm drinking with yez.

    MeCon, MeSaw, MeStaggeredHome

  • Will he now concede that every time he jumped in a car pished out of his window licking brains this was a busted Baby P, a busted mother and child, a busted war hero, or some busted stars of tomorrow youths waiting to end up splattered over Guido's bonnet and in the morgue?

    Mr GuF: Window Licker Calls For Lynching, Again

  • It seems to be either (1) MES got pished in Aberdeen (2) some nonsense about wanting to come back and do a proper show (3) to do with curfews. (3) to me is most plausible as coming on late has become a pattern of behaviour in recent years.

    The Fall online - latest Fall News

  • La Mere Bauche pished and pshawed, as though she were not minded to pay any attention to recommendations on such subjects from the capitaine.

    Tales of all countries

  • Fitzgerald pshawed, and pished, and poohed; and then, breaking away from them, rode home.

    Castle Richmond

  • Frank rather pished and poohed at all these preparations of grandeur; he felt that when the ceremony took place he would look like the ornamental calf in the middle of it; but, on the whole, he bore his martyrdom patiently.

    The Kellys and the O'Kellys

  • Lord Cashel knew that delay was death in this case, so he pished, and hummed, and hawed; quite lost the dignity on which he piqued himself, and ended by declaring that he would not interfere; that they might do as they liked; that young people would not be guided, and that he would not make himself unhappy about them.

    The Kellys and the O'Kellys


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