Green’s Dictionary of Slang

pisshole n.

[piss n. (1) + SE hole]

1. the vagina.

[US] in V. Randolph Pissing in the Snow (1988) 113: Whoo-ee, he stuck the glory-pole up my piss-hole, and squirted salvation all over my ass-hole.

2. a urinal, a lavatory.

[UK]F. Norman Bang To Rights 49: They have got to find [...] a nick where they’ll let us use their piss hole.
[US]Harper’s Mag. CCXXXIX 88: The ladies’ bathhouse and pisshole is thirty paces into those woods, and the men’s bathhouse and pisshole’s behind the car.
[US]D. Mitchell Thumb Tripping (1971) 144: The ladies’ bath-house and piss-hole.
[Ire]J. Healy Grass Arena (1990) 86: Why don’t you go into the pisshole for a shave?
[Ire]J. Healy Streets Above Us (1991) 49: Anyway, now I’m going to try and have a kip in the pisshole.
M. Argueta Little Red Riding Hood in the Red Light District 12: In this chocolate shack, a bedroom-kitchen-pisshole-dining room, and next to a miserable radio that gives news in a whisper.
[US]G. Pelecanos Way Home (2009) 229: The bolted-down cot. The steel shitter and pisshole.

3. any very dirty or unpleasant house, room or place.

Epoch (Cornell U.) XIX-XX 76: No matter how far I travel in this black humid pisshole of a tunnel, I am still a mile from the exit.
[UK]G.F. Newman Sir, You Bastard 86: This piss-hole of a third-rate club.
[UK]P. Theroux Family Arsenal 276: Not this piss-hole. I never drink here.
[US]J. Langone Life at the Bottom 6: The Navy sent me up to Kiska during the war and what a pisshole that was.
[US]R. Campbell In La-La Land We Trust (1999) 211: You were going to book me, you’d have took me down to city or county jail, not this pisshole.
P.A. Bonds Savage 148: And it was busy formulating plans for leaving this pisshole of a country.
D.T. Horsely Conquistador 189: Why would anyone want to live in such a God-forsaken pisshole?

4. the urethra, thus the whole penis (see cite 2012).

C. Quuen Leather Daddy 38: Jack thrust his cock near enough to the cage bars that I could just get to the pisshole with my tongue.
T. Wolf Words Made Flesh 90: He leaned forwards and kissed the fleshy knob at the end, sliding the tip of his tongue into the mouth of the pisshole.
G. Wharton Love Under Foot 72: I was whacking his foreskin up and down his juicy end, uncovering his pisshole and feeling out his most sensitive areas.
[UK]J. Fagan Panopticon (2013) 228: Penises [...] Wrinkled wee piss-holes.

In compounds

pisshole bandit (n.) [-bandit sfx (2)]

a male homosexual who solicits in lavatories .

[UK]D. Powis Signs of Crime 172: Bandit A term sometimes used ironically in conjunction with other words, e.g., ‘piss-hole bandit’ – a homosexual who importunes in lavatories.

In phrases

not worth a pisshole in the snow

worthless, useless.

[US]S. King Stand (1990) 94: A man who can’t police his own family ain’t worth a pisshole drilled in a snowbank.
[US]G.V. Higgins Patriot Game (1985) 90: I don’t know if it’s worth a pisshole in the snow, but he said he was asking me for this Magro kid.
[US]S. King It (1987) 37: Get the true facts of the matter out in front, and this maybe won’t amount to a pisshole in the snow.
pissholes in the snow (n.)

1. eyes which are bloodshot, shrunken and showing signs of excess.

[[Aus]Bell’s Life in Sydney 12 Feb. 2/6: A nymph of the pave with eyes like two burnt holes in a blanket].
[UK]L. Dunne Goodbye to The Hill (1966) 144: When Larry saw me he nearly threw a fit at the state of my eyes. ‘Jesus wept. They’re like pissholes in the snow.’.
Get Carter [film script] Do you know, I’d almost forgotten what your eyes looked like [...] They’re still the same. Piss holes in the snow.
[US]A. Brooke Last Toke 126: ‘Eyes feel like they ’bout to pop from ma head!’ ‘Look like two piss-holes in the snow.’.
[Aus]C. Bowles G’DAY 88: Cop the eyes on it. They're like pissholes in the snow.
[Scot]T. Black Ringer [ebook] n.p.: I see two watery-green eyes. What my Old Boy would say were two piss-holes in the snow.

2. attrib. use of sense 1.

L. Welsh Cutting Room 159: She [...] leaned forward, just the two of us now, no street, no noise, only Rita’s pisshole-in-the-snow pupils piercing me.
[Scot](con. 1980s) I. Welsh Skagboys 395: His wee pish-hole-in-the-snaw eyes set in a white bulbous face.