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Pack heat; to be packing: To carry a gun.

Peppy (adj.): Energetic, lively. ex: "A peppy song"

Piece of cake: Very easy. ex: "That test was a piece of cake."

Pick back up: To start again. ex: "Let's pick back up where we left off."

Plastered (adj.)Very drunk.ex: "I got plastered last night."

Plead the fifth (v.)To be able to answer a question, but to choose not to.ex: "P1: Did you see my husband at the bar? P2: I'm gonna plead the fifth on that one - I'd rather not get involved."

Psyched (adj.): Excited. ex: "I'm so psyched about the concert tomorrow!"

Psycho (n.): Crazy, mentally-unbalanced person. ex: "You should stay away from him. He's a bit of a psycho."

Puke (v.): To vomit; to throw up. (*rude!*) ex: "He puked all over my shoes."

Put someone through (a lot)(v.): To make someone suffer (a lot) ex: "After all he's put her through, I can't believe she still loves him!

Put the moves on (someone)(v.): To hit on (someone), to try to seduce (someone). ex: "Was he putting the moves on you?"

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