Do you ever say "pissed" to mean "pissed off"?

  • Yes and I deserve to be stabbed
  • No

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i am not american, no.

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Pissed means drunk, pissed off means you’re raging. Learn.

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Only if I’m talking to an american

Nor do I say “tuxedo” when I mean dinner jacket

Nor do I pronounce lieutenant “loo tenant”.

I work with young people so I hear all this sort of thing all the time. As a grumpy old man it leaves me feeling pissed off.

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Mac and cheese?

Hold the mayo!

No thanks just eaten

Have you ever made this joke whilst stocking the fridge with another person?

  • Yes
  • What

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Yeah my level of hatred for this is irrationally high.

I got called out by an American cause I said ‘apartment’ and they were like “do you say apartment or are you just doing it cause I am” so I was all like “I just thought it’d be easier to stick with what you’re saying”

I don’t think I say it myself but it doesn’t annoy me when other people say it

lieutenant is officially pronounced lieutenant now, in the UK

U wot?

leftenant is no longer how it’s said, that stopped. in the UK

Who made that ruling???

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Never

Major Major

Are we having this? I’m not having it.

This one has legs.

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it was a group decision