take the piss
You know, cos he was like taking the piss out of them and they took the piss out of him.
A lot of that stuff that people take the piss out of all the time is actually useful.
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take the piss — ► take the piss Brit. tease or mock. Main Entry: ↑piss … English terms dictionary
take the piss — ( ● piss … Useful english dictionary
take the piss — British impolite 1) to say something to try to make someone look silly take the piss out of: His friends were taking the piss out of him. 2) to say or do something that annoys people because they think it is unreasonable £5 for a cup of coffee!… … English dictionary
take the piss — to taunt or mimic The etymology is unclear: It hadn t occurred to me that people take the piss out of Bugs. (Garland, 1996 Bugs did not have a catheter) … How not to say what you mean: A dictionary of euphemisms
take the piss — 1. to make a joke about someone or to make someone look silly. They re always taking the piss out of her because she s a Barry Manilow fan. (often + out of) You should wear miniskirts more often you ve got the legs for them. Are you taking the… … New idioms dictionary
take the piss — Vrb phrs. 1. To ridicule, to tease, to make fun off. Cf. extract the urine . 2. To take advantage of, to exploit. E.g. Just because they like looking after their grand children, doesn t mean you can dump the kids on them every weekend whilst you… … English slang and colloquialisms
take the piss — Brit. tease or mock someone or something. → piss … English new terms dictionary
take the piss — Kiwi (New Zealand Slang) to ridicule … English dialects glossary
take the piss — to ridicule … Kiwi (New Zealand slang)
take the piss — (Slang) to mock; ridicule … English contemporary dictionary