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    piss me off=? drive me nuts

    In what kind of situation can I use it?

    Does it mean Sth or Sb makes me mad?

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    It does. You can use it in any context where slang is acceptable. I wouldn't use it in the classroom, but I would use it with friends. In British English, it's not really rude, just slangy.

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    Re: piss me off=? drive me nuts

    Quote Originally Posted by zli79
    In what kind of situation can I use it?

    Does it mean Sth or Sb makes me mad?
    In AE, "piss me off" is not the same as "drive me nuts". The first means "make me angry"; the second means "irritate" or "annoy".

    In most instances, "piss me off" is considered vulgar and combative in AE. It is often used just before a fight. :wink:

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