Get “pissed as newts” in New York too

Jason Calacanis has nothing to do, so he figured he’d get “pissed as newts” too, albeit in New York instead of flying over to London and joining us. Heh!

Ahh, but he doesn’t have a Firefox party to visit on his little tour through New York’s fine drinking establishments! Not to mention there’s not a bloody Queen in New York.

Can you tell I’ve been in London for a few hours already?

Oh, and happy birthday Jason! We’ll drink to you, your birthday, and the bloody Queen, over on this side of the pond.

Comments

  1. Andy: if you think my language is bad, you should have watched the Madonna, Live from London special, that was on TV the other evening. Whew! My ears and eyes are still ringing.

  2. Andy: if you think my language is bad, you should have watched the Madonna, Live from London special, that was on TV the other evening. Whew! My ears and eyes are still ringing.

  3. Robert
    As Im welsh …50% and living in England…yes Im a traitor to the sheep shaggers!
    A question…
    Whats best ?
    1. Firefox 2.0
    2. IE 7
    3. English Beer

    Be honest now Robert!!!

  4. Robert
    As Im welsh …50% and living in England…yes Im a traitor to the sheep shaggers!
    A question…
    Whats best ?
    1. Firefox 2.0
    2. IE 7
    3. English Beer

    Be honest now Robert!!!

  5. Interesting use of the phrase, I was always under the understanding that the phrase was “as pissed as a newt” not pissed as newts…similarly though (perhaps more Australian) we generally tend to use the phrase “pissed as a parrot”, but I have heard that used to describe a group in the plural, as in “they’re all pissed as parrots”. Anyhow, that’s my two bobs worth on drinking slang anyway, enjoy getting pissed Robert, particularly with real beer :-)

  6. Interesting use of the phrase, I was always under the understanding that the phrase was “as pissed as a newt” not pissed as newts…similarly though (perhaps more Australian) we generally tend to use the phrase “pissed as a parrot”, but I have heard that used to describe a group in the plural, as in “they’re all pissed as parrots”. Anyhow, that’s my two bobs worth on drinking slang anyway, enjoy getting pissed Robert, particularly with real beer :-)