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    PHRASAL VERB P*SS OFF

    Is it correct to say " I was pissed off with his behaviour." " Don't piss off." "He will piss off if you ask him any question." Does it carry the same meaning as fed up with or annoyed with or irritated with ?
    Last edited by PENDSE; 03-Nov-2012 at 09:26. Reason: Clarification

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