I believe it's pee pee and it just sound more relieving that 'gotta take a piss" I don't know why but maybe as a female I was raised with now Kimberly you go on and go pee pee and now at 43 I still laugh as I say hold on I have too pee pee
It seems that on TV I hear the term "pissed off" used frequently but I can't recall hearing anyone mention "pee" on the electronic media. This causes much confusion, so in a social situation it's prudent to avoid both terms and just say "...gotta go drain the ole lizard, or similar."
Piss is generally accepted as a slang version of the word...the use of the work pisseth however is located in the bible! The word is most often used in association with anger or negativity ie pissed off, what a pisser etc!
Watch out Michael, I have a way of clearing forums. I was raised with a very weird family and a very weird sense of humor. If I ever say anything that may seem to offend, it is just my foot in my mouth, please over look it.
I love all kinds of music. As of late though, I haven't had much to do with it. So I'm curious to see what everyone likes, what music they listen to most, and what artist or composer is their favorite? List as much as you like! (:
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