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  • n. urethra
  • n. an unpleasant place


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

piss +‎ hole


  • I'm supposed to go back to that Texas pisshole and chase armadillas?

    Ian Gurvitz: Barney Speaks About W's Post-White House Plans (As Excerpted from the Upcoming Book Dead Certain)

  • "It's too hot in this pisshole of a city," Wilsin-cha growled as she entered the room.

    A Shadow in Summer

  • And now the idol of all western civilization will not even let me view the pisshole he still dominates along with MorphoDyke and Dilliam Wembski.

    JAD Office Pool Winners « UDreamOfJanie

  • He paused briefly and studied Bill before adding, "I sometimes wonder if what she wanted when we were married is what she'll want when and if we ever get out of this pisshole."


  • "Wherever he was, that's where we'll find his blind friend," Billy told Augustino, "and we won't have to scramble into every pisshole Indian ruin again."

    Stallion Gate

  • Every goddamn Russian Stalin scared out of this pisshole of a country lived in my house. '

    Gorky Park

  • Suddenly the pisshole opened and a thick stream of creamy liquid poured out, down to the edge of the thick bulbous head and drooled down onto Tracy's upturned cheek.

    Men and Woman

  • Ye olde inne allows for an atavistic presumption of largesse and the blurring of social boundaries that makes it possible for the grimmest little pisshole in the grottiest little town to still importune customers brazenly with its own hearty fare.

    New Statesman

  • Mikhize, why don't you just go and take that land you need so badly and go and drown in your own pisshole.

    Guardian Online

  • With the new registrations in almost every state equalling a 3: 1 or 5: 1 ratio of new Democrats versus Republicans, there is no way this will amount to anything more than a pisshole in the snow.

    Crooks and Liars


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