Pist = piss mist. When the CEO stupidly humiliates the janitor for no good reason ...
... so the janitor fills a spray bottle with piss, and uses it to "CLEAN" the CEO's office. Then the janitor quits BEFORE the CEO comes in the next morning. The CEO is PIST!
The present form of pissed, in the state of being severely mad, or angry.
Gah, I am so pist at my girlfriend right now! She's being a total cuntlip right now!
1)Pissed with a slur. intoxicated, blotto, drunken.
2)Piste- a field of battle, a fencing piste - or the pub when the size of a pint is discussed.
3)Pist- a skiing trail or well walked path - like the path from home to the pub.
4)Pist-off - annoyed, irritated, hating the world. See sober.
5)pist - an unclean toilet seat.
4)Pist-off - annoyed, irrated, hating the world. See sober.
The National Pist - a drunken newspaper from canada www.pist.ca
Not to be confused with pissed
, pist can be used as an adverb, or interjectionally to describe something as extremely good, or bad. Whether it's meant to be taken as good or bad depends on the tone in which it's used. A high pitched, happy excited tone usually means it's good, whereas a quiet, lower pitched, or angry tone probably means it's bad. It is sometimes common slang used in punk rock subculture with it's origin in the 2002 song "that's pist!" by southern Ohio punk rock group Jesse Virgin and the Neverfucked
Use meaning good "how was the party last night?" "Ah, man, that shit was pist!"
Use meaning bad "I got robbed." "Ah, man, that's pist!"