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Dude, you bought that woman drinks all night and you didn’t even get her number? You are such a LOSER. Mac: Wow, so that’s the saddest thing I’ve ever heard. You guys are LOSERS. Dennis: How are we LOSERS, dude? Mac: Well, maybe it boils down to this, smart guy: computers are for LOSERS. Dennis: And you’re drinking a beer at 8 o’clock in the morning. Mac: Whatever, dude, irrelevant. It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia lunkhead (noun) idiot. Last night I cruised by Wendy’s to see if that LUNKHEAD who works the Fryolator would give me some free chicken—if you know what I mean.

Despite standing for long hours, the PEON never had athlete’s foot. piss ant (noun) someone of little worth or importance; best used by drill sergeants to describe a ragtag bunch of recruits that somehow manage to make it through basic training. Tell those PISS ANTS that this ain’t no picnic! piss off (verb) to make angry. Don’t PISS OFF your girlfriend around the holidays—unless you want to spend New Year’s Eve sitting on your couch, eating Chinese food alone. Can you PISS OFF a Puerto Rican and live to tell about it?

Tell those PISS ANTS that this ain’t no picnic! piss off (verb) to make angry. Don’t PISS OFF your girlfriend around the holidays—unless you want to spend New Year’s Eve sitting on your couch, eating Chinese food alone. Can you PISS OFF a Puerto Rican and live to tell about it? Jennifer Lopez pissed off (adjective) irritated, angry. When the new blade on John’s compound miter saw broke he was so PISSED OFF that he hired a contractor to do the job instead. The good news is that Jesus is coming back.

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