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catagorized in "England" as being realy drunk, or by "the rest of the world" as being very angry.
this is incorect as english people have been being pissed (drunk) or being pissed at (angry/very angry) people for more than 1000 years.
the words and spelling might be differrent but the attitude, temper, emotion and disposition (depending on the state of sobriety) are the same.
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IM FUCKING PISSED THAT YOU KEEP WANTING ME TO MAKE A FUCKING WORD, STAP IT
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adjective
1. Intoxicated; drunk. (chiefly British usage)
2. Very annoyed; angry. (chiefly American usage)

verb
1. Past tense of "piss," meaning "to urinate."
Tom is very pissed at the fact that he got pissed last night and pissed himself.
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This is was orginally a British phase meaning one is either extremely intoxicated or angry, the latter has been adopted by Americans.
Drunk: "I got so pissed in town last night, Satan's Hallow FTW"

Angry: "Sorry about last night, i was so pissed-off at my parents"
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off your head drunk, usually aussie, pommy or irish way of saying drunk
"Oh my god, billy chucked in my front yard last night!"

"Yeah, he was totally pissed."
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