from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- v. Obsolete spelling of pissed; simple past tense and past participle of piss.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See piste.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The track or footprint of a horseman on the ground he goes over.
- Same as hist.
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Don't be pist because Obama schooled you all and made you look like the bully 6th graders that you are!!
I think all the people complaining about wikipedia as a source probably are just pist that their vandalism got took down.
A sneaky way of bashing her without getting her supporters pist off kind of article so they can all get on unity with Obama.
I would get pist to if someone booty called on my guy.
I own the first and second season and I'm so pist that they're going to cancel! vicvol
‘E’s kickt teh bukkit (adn teh lolrus iz pist abaowt it, 2 b shurr), ‘e’s shlufflded orf ‘is moartail coyl, run daown teh kertin (kittehs yoozhully klime teh kertinz) and joynded the bleedee’ cwaiyur invizibyool!
I made a Khichdi which looks like that but slightly different, will pist.
Nao I noez y kitteh n pikshur abuv dis lukz sew hist an pist.
Joo kaeks meh awl pist orf adn wanting 2 eet teh dlolfin stakes wif a nyce cream sawse.
A human pest cycling (pist!) and recycling (past!) about the sledgy streets, here he was (pust!) again!