What does hss mean? View the definition of hss and all related slang terms containing hss below:
horse s**t and splinters
Usage of HSS
The abbreviation HSS is a vulgar expression that stands for "horse s**t and splinters." It refers to a situation or idea that is unpleasant, uncomfortable, frustrating, or disappointing. This phrase can be used sarcastically to show disdain or disappointment towards something, or it can be used more literally to describe a genuinely unpleasant experience.
Example of HSS used in texting:
1. Friend: Hey, did you hear about the movie we're watching tonight?
You: Yeah, it's supposed to be a crime thriller, but the reviews say it's HSS.
Friend: Oh, really? That sucks.
2. Boss: We need to have a meeting with the entire team on Saturday.
You: What? That's HSS! I already made plans with my family.
Boss: Sorry, but it's important for the project.
3. Parent: You need to clean your room before going out with your friends.
You: Ugh, that's HSS! I hate cleaning my room.
Parent: It's your responsibility as a member of this household.