Yeah, in the US you'd more likely hear "it scared the shit out of me" or "I was scared shitless. Sign up using Email and Password. Jon Purdy Jon Purdy 28k 7 86 Tom Tom 1, 13 42 Pretty sure this question came up about 2 months ago. You cannot use the words "be scared to pee" for your intended meaning, because, as you noticed, this phrase only indicates an actual fear of urination as experienced by toddlers who are potty-training. Dan Bron 26k 12 86
I was told that one-line texts should be a comment.
piss (one's) pants