Q: this is my shit とはどういう意味ですか?
A: In this case "my shit" means "something that I really like/liked."

For example, two people might have this conversation in a VERY informal setting:
A: "Do you know that show called Cowboy Bebop?"
B: "Dude, I love Cowboy Bebop! That show is my shit."
Q: "go to shit" in 361 とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It is a vulgar idiom meaning to become much worse or to fail completely.
Q: That ain't shit とはどういう意味ですか?
A: it depends on the situation.

It sometimes means worthless.

Shit is undesirable so if "IT" isn't shit then. "IT" is less than desirable.
Q: "shit" in 694 とはどういう意味ですか?
A: "Crapping out" means to quickly produce substandard work. "I procrastinated writing my English essay for way too long, so I crapped something out and turned it in right before the deadline."

"Shitting me" usually means "kidding me" or "joking with me," but in this context the speaker appears to be using it as a more vulgar variant of "crapping out." He is putting a little irony into this line, because he is suggesting that they "crap out" perfect work, which is usually the opposite of crapping something out. This is likely to imply that he views everything they've produced up until this point as crap.
Q: "shit wagon" in line 10 とはどういう意味ですか?
A: a shit waggon doesn't really exist. it is an expression that implies there is a waggon filled with shit, and therefore the smell must be unbearable, however a buzzard could handle it, but not 11's breath, if the buzzard smelled 11's breath it would be worse than that waggon full of shit and the buzzard fall off the waggon as a result of smelling 11's breath


Q: I shit you not を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: “ I shit you not, my sandwich has a rat in”, this term is informal and should only be said to family an friends.
Q: "beat the shit out of" を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "If that girl keeps talking about me behind my back I'm going to beat the shit out of her. "
Q: shit を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: This is a colourful word.

Excuse me, I have to go and have a shit.

There are lots of dog walkers in the park, and there's shit everywhere.

Oh shit! I forgot to bring my passport.

That is one shit-load of hot dog buns. Even at a music festival, is it really going to be possible to sell all of those?
Q: i’m shit at を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I'm shit at speaking Korean.
I'm shit at this.
I'm shit at coming up with examples.
Q: to not give a shit を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: "He can call my parents if he wants, I don't give a shit."
"Be yourself, don't give a shit what other people think."
"Yeah I know, he doesn't even give a shit. So disrespectful."
"I don't give a shit about her opinion, she doesn't even know me."

(Be mindful the phrase "give a shit" is vulgar/slang and not to be used in a professional or academic setting. So not at work/school/etc.)


Q: Shit と The shit はどう違いますか?
A: Saying just "shit" can be used as an expression to say how to feel about something. For example, "You are a piece of shit," which is obviously an insult. When talking to someone closer to you, "the shit" can be used to tell them that they are cool. It can also be used to describe a noun really awesome. For example, "Man, this burger place is the shit!"
Q: shit と cheat はどう違いますか?
A: eu sei mais quando você fala com alguem ela sobe sobre oque vc esta falando exemplo eu não vou falar eu esqueci meu dever de casa cheat e sim shit
Q: he's a shit. と he's a dick. はどう違いますか?
A: Both are slang, and can be rude. "shit" is more offensive /bad language /curse.

"he's a shit" means he doesn't listen. He doesn't follow rules. He misbehaves or causes trouble. Worthless.
It can be serious :
"He is a bad father. He's a shit. "

or something you say to a friend when they do something to bother you on purpose.
"You are such a shit! I can't believe you saw that movie without me! :)"

"he's a dick" means he's rude or mean. He does not think about other people. It usually means a man.

"That guy parked his car so close to my car that I can't open my door. He's a dick"

"He tells me I'm stupid all the time. He's a dick"
Q: shit と holy shit はどう違いますか?
A: ex: "holy shit, I lost my wallet"(correct) "shit, I lost my wallet"(correct)

"dude that shit is so cool"(correct) "dude that holy shit is so cool"(is wrong)
Q: what is this shit for? と what kind of shit is this? はどう違いますか?
A: I don't think there is different. Also, Shit is not a polite word.


Q: What does "He got paid shit money" mean? / ignore this -> は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: shit money = very low salary, he did not get paid a lot of money. obviously since it contains shit, it's extremely informal, slang, whatever you want to call it..
Q: You will make shit ( from fear / fright ). は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: “You will shit yourself”
Q: I just shit my pants/ I just shit in my pants ?which は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Both are correct but " I just shit my pants" is what people would normally say
Q: i’m gay,but i’ll still do shit! は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: QAの全文をご確認ください
Q: get shit done
get shit done は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: oh okay well when you say "get your shit done" , first of all it's rude lol, and then it's an expression to say "finish what you are doing"


Q: You can temporarily think of this shit like a very yummy candy. It will help to swallow it down your throat この表現は自然ですか?
A: I think this needs context. Shit is a curse word so avoid using it. "Think of this think as very good candy. It will help you swallow."
Q: I can't stand that shit any more この表現は自然ですか?
A: It is commonly heard. However it would only be said in the most informal setting, or if you were extremely angry and unable to control your temper. In other words, avoid the word "shit" except around friends who use similar language. A more polite (and clear) alternative would be to actually express what you don't like:
- I can't stand that arrogance anymore!
- I can't stand the way that guy talks to girls!
- I can't stand that smell anymore!
Q: "I can't dance for shit" I don't understand what "for shit" means here.
A: Ha! I love this! It's an example of strange English slang.

"Shit" is a curse word that means poop, but it is used as a rude way to say bad. Ex. If you wanted to be rude to someone you could say "you are shit at writing" instead of "you are bad at writing"

In the context of "I can't dance for shit" you are saying "I'm a very, very bad dancer"

"For shit" means "I can't do (insert whatever activity the sentence is about)"
Q: What does "all up on my shit" in line 433 mean?
A: When she was here, telling him how to do things (that don't concern her) and being bossy. Being a pushy busybody.
Q: I don't know what "I shit you not" means.
Could you say it in other words?
A: "I'm not joking!" or "I'm telling you the truth!" Note: It's very casual, only use with friends!