piss oneself

piss oneself
b) To be very scared (to the extent that one might lose control of ones bladder).
Syn: wet oneself, pants, trousers, piss, petrified, terrified, shit bricks, shit oneself, in stitches, die laughing, roll in the aisles, split ones sides

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