Brits: Doing anything this Bonfire Night? 23 replies

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DavetheFo

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29th May 2003

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#21 14 years ago

Yeah we do that once we're finished.

Only bummer is I live no-where near the town centre. I live on the very border line of the town itself!




Lyon

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#22 14 years ago

Last year at my cousins we had display fireworks in their back yard..one firework shattered a 1" thick plantpot when it shot into the air from it...they were to big for a back yard..




-zidergirl-

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#23 14 years ago

If I am not at work , patching up people who accidently get into a fight with a firework, I will be taking the kids to a local display:D Its funny how this is a very british thing.I was planning on having a comp on my site to design a bonfire night banner for my homepage.but al the non-british I spoke to didnt have a clue what I was talking about Still going to have to comp and teach the forigners all about Guy Fawkes :D :D :D




mobil1_oils

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#24 14 years ago
-zidergirl-I was planning on having a comp on my site to design a bonfire night banner for my homepage.but al the non-british I spoke to didnt have a clue what I was talking about Still going to have to comp and teach the forigners all about Guy Fawkes :D :D :D

[color=gray]Im an aussie and untill now i had no idea this day even existed let alone what it was all about, lol. Here in aus we dont really need an excuse for a bonfire, aslong as there are no fire restrictions and plenty of alcohol in the fridge theres nothing stopping us... Although now you need a special licence and training to buy / use fireworks legally :(. [/color]