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as pissed as a fart

slang Very intoxicated. Primarily heard in UK, Australia. When I got to the pub, you were as pissed as a fart. Do you remember anything that happened last night?
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as pissed as a fart

  (British & Australian very informal!) also as pissed as a newt (British very informal!)
very drunk Peter came home from the pub pissed as a fart.
See also: fart, pissed

newt

n. a stupid person; a dull and uninteresting person. Don’t act like such a newt.
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Yet every month from April onwards, newts come to do their breeding dance and lay their eggs.
This slimy newt was moving around in the salad as if nothing had happened.
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And, with the help of the volunteers, cars will be escorted by torch-light carefully towards the car park while migrating newts are moved out of danger to the side of the road.
Even if we knew exactly how newts do it, if their capabilities weaken over time, it would not be very useful to us.
Its home is an area of highland streams that go dry in the summer, when the newt estivates.
The large site is host to both the less common palmate and more numerous smooth newts, both of which need areas of open water to carry out their courtship.
The future of the great crested newt is under threat in Britain and a colony of the creatures has been discovered on the site for the massive Defence Technical College at the former RAF St Athan site.
The newts are living close to a pond near the development and Natural England said they are in danger of being killed.
A council spokesman said: "It may only be one protected great-crested newt that is holding the workmen up.
And an even larger colony of newts has since been found at another Anwyl Construction site - Aberkinsey Parc in Rhyl.
Boss Peter Furness- Smith said: "Rounding up 25 newts which have gone walkabout and returning them to their natural habitat works out at pounds 1,000 per newt.
Crayfish eat the eggs and chop at the newts with their pincers, and you find newts with little nicks in their tails,'' Riley said.
With the help of some wet newts, two California paleontologists have fashioned a theory to explain strange footprints found in sandstone layers within the Grand Canyon and nearby locations.
The group, comprising volunteers who live in the Denby Dale Parish, has been preparing a pond in Denby Dale for newts to breed.