Talk:pissed as a newt

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Rolled back some edits from today: the "seems to be made up etym" was qualified as such. As long as there is no pretense that it is the true etymology, but only supposition, it should stay.

Idioms are (by convention) listed as a heading, here on the English Wiktionary. Changing that convention requires significant support on WS:BP after discussing the pros and cons. --Connel MacKenzie 17:26, 13 July 2005 (UTC)

These drunk animal things are always made up (confer [[1]]). I shall delete it shortly if nobody comes up with a credible reference.
'Idiom' is not a part of speech, thus doesn't qualify for the part of speech header. See User_talk:Ncik#MILF for some BP archive links. Ncik 17:44, 13 Jul 2005
The heading level "===Idiom===" is in very common use on the English Wiktionary, except for entries that you have changed, apparently. The archived conversations you link on your talk page do not seem to support your assertions. I have replied again on your talk page. --Connel MacKenzie 17:59, 15 July 2005 (UTC)