Every question I have asked about the etymology of an idiom gets pulled. Yet I found this one that stayed up. It's espcially irritating because sometimes before my question gets closed, I have recieved useful respsonses. I don't post a question unless I have researched all the etymology I can find online.
No question of yours asked on our main site has been “pulled” — whatever you meant by that. Certainly not even one has yet been deleted. You have to date asked exactly three questions on English Language and Usage, which I list here prefixed by the precise timestamp at which you posted them and ordered oldest to youngest:
2023-04-25 13:55:57ZWhat is the etymology of the expression "spit bath"?
2023-10-12 14:48:20ZWhy do my questions on the etymology of idioms get closed, yet this one was accepted?: What is the origin of "out of sight" or "outa sight" i?
2023-10-12 16:14:22ZWhat is the recent etymology of the American expression "mosey''?
Your second question was correctly migrated here to our meta site where it should have been posted, and migration automatically locks the original on the site of origin; it will eventually be deleted by routine system clean-up services in the fullness of time.
The other two questions you have asked are both still available for interactions.
Although some members of our site may quibble a bit with the notion that an idiomatic expression comprising multiple words can have an “etymology” rather than an origin or history, that really doesn’t influence whether someone deleted your questions from the site. No one has done that.