I was scrolling down on YouTube comments until someone wrote 老师好。新年快乐。给尿尿了。A person answered 新年快乐,不说给尿尿,哈哈.

I look it up but it said that 尿尿 means piss. Is that true?

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    Can you provide the source?
    – dan
    Jun 22, 2018 at 11:39
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    sounds like a teasing joke. "Hi, Sir, happy new year! time to (wake up and ) go piss"
    – Tang Ho
    Jun 22, 2018 at 16:30
  • So, is that what the person is saying. However, he wrote 给 does that mean giving you urine, my piss or since it's new years ( here is my pee). This is the weirdest thing I ever heard.
    – Okay
    Jun 23, 2018 at 18:51
  • @TherissaToussaint, That's why I've asked you to provide the source. 给 could be a typo. Without the actual context, the intended character could be 该, which is sometimes easily typed as 给 in Pinyin Input method. So the person who responded to that comment put: 不说给尿尿, which purposely pointed out that typo. Well, 该尿尿了 means it's right time to piss. I think that person was trying to say a joke here.
    – dan
    Jun 24, 2018 at 0:47
  • I provided the source but it's the same thing I wrote. So 该 ->happy New year's. should go pee
    – Okay
    Jun 24, 2018 at 1:09

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Yes, it's true. But I think that comment is actually pretty strange. haha

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