Hidden categories: Use dmy dates from February This would be described as "taking the piss" out of that person, or "a piss-take". The phrase is in common usage throughout British society, employed by headline writers in broadsheet gazettes  and tabloids  as well as colloquially. Look up take the mickey in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. The term sometimes refers to a form of mockery in which the mocker exaggerates the other person's characteristics; pretending to take on his or her attitudes, etc. Equally, a wilfully unproductive employee could be described as "taking the piss" for accepting a wage while knowingly failing to deliver on their obligation, or an employer could be accused of "taking the piss" for making unreasonable requests of their employees, e. It is also used in English speaking countries such as Australia. This could be considered a "false" erection, as its origin is physiological not sexual, so in a metaphoric sense, then, someone who is "piss-proud" would suffer from false pride, and taking the piss out of them refers to deflating this false pride, through disparagement or mockery. Views Read Edit View history.
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