The stage before getting pissed almost like a psychic perminition of getting completely rat-arsed, derives from being giddy and excited and always makes you look a bit like a drunk before you've even touched the drink.
Lewis:"Dude were guna get pissed tonite!!!"

Thomas:"how you know?"

Lewis:"cos im fkin whistled!!!"
by dopey-33 March 30, 2009
To have something to come very close or to even make contact with ones head that is moving very fast.

It derives from the noise of something travel close to ones ears, and the fact that if a hole is put in ones head thier will be a whistling noise heard as wind goes through it.
That drunk guy threw a dart at me and almost whistled me.

There was a shoot out and boy am I thankful to not be whistled.
by T.EL May 19, 2011
when you cant get the word out you use the Whistle method.
Ty ask Jason, "Hey, what time our we going to the "Whistle, Whistle"?"
by TheBlackTyrone July 1, 2009
making a clear high pitch sound using the mouth as a way to show excitement about someone or something. Can be spelled out over text to illustrate the act of 'whistling' or used in sentences as a figure of speech.
Bill: "Ah fuck that was a sickkkk one, (whistles repetitively) you were fully in there".

Nickiboy: "Thanks dog, its firing out here today (whistles)".

Dill: "You whistle that chick last night".
Rickie: "Ya mate gave her a proper whistle after rinsing down at the pub all night"
by billyrinsenheim April 29, 2021
1. v. To make a clear musical sound, a series of such sounds, or a high-pitched, warbling sound by the forcible expulsion of the breath through a small opening formed by contracting the lips, or through the teeth, with the aid of the tongue. (

a.k.a Something that is fun to do by yourself to entertain yourself, but annoys anyone else nearby.
Joe: "Let's not sit over there, that guy is whistling and it's really annoying"
by Ubersquirell July 25, 2008
slang for a gun.heard mostly in the hbo series "The Wire".
you said we cant have no whistles in here so what the fuck.
by zxulu tha big lip bandit November 15, 2004
First entry is completely correct.

But to add some interesting info... The term 'whistle' is used a multitude of times throughout HBO's, 'The Wire'. Although it is never distinguished or addressed directly, it becomes apparent that the term 'whistle' really refers to ONLY a pistol, a semi-matic handgun.

David Simon's bestseller book and basically the father/catalyst of The Wire is 'Homicide'. Again the term 'whistle' is NOT explicitly defined) (Wether its only a pistol, or maybe a type of Mac/Tec or a shotgun) However the book does make it clear that 'whistle' is a term used in Baltimore. This isn't explained out right, but through stories, recorded conversations with citizens and the times when slang was recorded throughout the book, it becomes abundantly clear that the use of the term is authentic, meaning 'whistle' is actively used there.
>> "Yo we movin' out now, make sure you grab yo whistle!"

>>"Yo man, what if someone jumps out on us, rolls up on our corner?" "Nah its straight man. Check it, Got dat whistle layin over there..." (Points at a pistol sitting on top of a tire on a car, semi hidden between the wheel well and the tire, but close to the corner/stash)

>> "Nigga, either sound off wit dat whistle or tuck it, you be obvious as shit right now!"
by OttotheIII February 28, 2013