Saturday, February 5, 2011

Words of the Day X

Bleurghhh!

Today, I woke up and remembered I drank last night. Twas excellent, until, at approximately 8 o'clock the next day when a drunken mate charged into the room next door and pissed in a box. Next to my mates head. I was woken up this morning by my friend being woken up by cock and piss.


Japanese Word of the Day is: 息子
  (むすこ)
                                            Musuko

English Word of the Day is:  Pissant


Musuko means son. It also is a colloquialism for cock, dong, pole, staff, wang, the purple helmeted yoghurt thrower and the ruiner of boxes.
Enough said.

Pissant is a word courtesy of England, apparently referring to an insect that smells eponymously. Used as an insult, it proves most confounding and archaic. Splendiferous.




Musuko in a sentence: 息子にご覧になって頂けませんか?
                              Will you not please lay eyes on my cock? (Hyper-polite form)



Well, that's about it for me today. Tell me in the comment section if you've ever been pissed near.

17 comments:

  1. Lol that's probably not the best way to wake up.

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  2. Terrible way to wake up, specially if you have a hang over. Oh yeah and you need more translations, maybe add chinese for the hell of it.

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  3. I can only laugh at both of these words.... XD

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  4. my dad used to call me a pissant :(

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  5. lol @ will you not lay eyes on my cock

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  6. Pissant seems like a useful addition to my insult vocabulary. Thanks for that.

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  8. I think the day can't start better than that :D

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  9. nice starting in the day :D

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  10. never been pissed near, proud to say.

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  11. hhahahahhahahahahahah. Fun drunks

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  12. Great Japanese words! I'm trying to learn Japanese, and these words of the day will be a nice bit of knowledge.

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  13. Ah of course, the hyper polite form.

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