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how do you pronounce that? pie sa? piss a?

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Pi - sa (short i like in IT) accent on the Pi

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The REAL term is: "wikkid f*ckin pissa" or "wikkid frickin' pissa" if you don't wanna sound too gross.

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Pissa means piss in the finnish language.

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pissa means wiked cool in italian

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Wicked pissa is the epitamy of the Boston Red Sox

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Only people that aren't from Boston would say Wicked Pissa. No one on the Northshore or Southshore combine the two.

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Oh No Brian!!!! I was raised in the Back Bay area and I always said "wicked pissa lol.

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Either way... THATS WICKED PISSA!

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Brian Moore is from Boston and always says "Wicked Pissa". He also likes clam chowda.

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Grew up in Bedfid and went ta Shawsheen Tech then moved ta Buhricka. It was always "wicked pissa".

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In Winthrop it's "wicked pissa" or just "wicked."

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I grew up on the South Shore and people may have used a couple times - very rarely though - only for once in a lifetime things, or really awesome things like the BoSox winning the World Series. It's usually posers who use it in my area, or outta staters who don't even know how to use it.

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In portuguese,"pissa" is a non-dictionarized slangy word that translates to the english slangy Dick Tracy - without last name and capitalizing. The pronounciation is almost like the one described above: the "i" sounds ea, as in sea.

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Apparently Wicked Pissa Cool means Pottsie in Radio Land...just ask them over at Radio Daddy!

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I grew up on the Noath Shoah (1958-1976) and I don't ever recall saying "wickid pissa". I'm not even sure I ever said "wickid". Either I'm a "Brahmin" or it came along after my time ;)

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I grew up in Br'ricka in the 60s-70s and heard "wicked," "pissa," and the occasional "wicked pissa"... i think overuse by Charles Laquedera on WBCN in the 70s-80s made it kind of a stoopid cliche thing.

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In my mind's ear I hear "Whoa . . . pissah!" much more easily than "wickid pissah" - which sounds extravagant.And it's "wickit", not "wickid" - at least in western Mass.

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No.....I'm from the South Shore and grew up saying wicked pissa!!

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North and South Shore are not Boston, Einstein

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People from Boston do not say "wicked pissa". That sounds retarded and sounds like a wannabe phrase.

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I grew in dotty - cousins in southie and JP - we all say wicked pissa - so suck it! Also, everyone on north and south shore says the same. Don't hate on our vernacular poser

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Agreed. Saying wicked and pissa were things that I said in high school a while ago on the South Shore. I don't know anyone who still says it though.

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