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Fireworks at midnight
« on: 31 December 2018, 19:45:24 »

I thought that was the general idea on New Year's Eve. But the Jeremy Kyle fodder have been at it for a couple of hours already round here. What is the connection between a lack of intelligence and loud bangs?
Answers on a postcard please.
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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #1 on: 31 December 2018, 19:47:09 »

Sorry, Jaime, I mean 'intentional' loud bangs.  ;D
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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #2 on: 31 December 2018, 19:51:15 »

I thought that was the general idea on New Year's Eve. But the Jeremy Kyle fodder have been at it for a couple of hours already round here. What is the connection between a lack of intelligence and loud bangs?
Answers on a postcard please.
No Idea, but its probably a bit like asking the question -

"whats the difference between Ignorance and Arrogance"

Answer, - "I dont know and I dont give a F#ck"  ;D
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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #3 on: 31 December 2018, 20:02:31 »

I thought that was the general idea on New Year's Eve. But the Jeremy Kyle fodder have been at it for a couple of hours already round here. What is the connection between a lack of intelligence and loud bangs?
Answers on a postcard please.

Having so much money to waste! ::)
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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #4 on: 31 December 2018, 20:34:05 »

Cos it is for the kids who they wanna get in bed so the can hit the pop....
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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #5 on: 31 December 2018, 20:54:37 »

WTF do people need to set off fireworks at unsocialable hours, ie midnight.

Any oppser doing so should be immediately culled.  I'm sure if I ramped up the bongo bongo tunes to full power at midnight, the ol' bill would be round.



oppswits, the lot of them :@
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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #6 on: 31 December 2018, 20:59:31 »

Er, because there's a reason why they don't let off fireworks at midday, TB! :-X

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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #7 on: 31 December 2018, 21:00:58 »

WTF do people need to set off fireworks at unsocialable hours, ie midnight.

Any oppser doing so should be immediately culled.  I'm sure if I ramped up the bongo bongo tunes to full power at midnight, the ol' bill would be round.



oppswits, the lot of them :@
You miserable bleeder...you never thought of others when you were setting off that nuke in your garage and woke the whole of northampton up did you.  :y :y :y :y :y
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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #8 on: 31 December 2018, 21:04:04 »

WTF do people need to set off fireworks at unsocialable hours, ie midnight.

Any oppser doing so should be immediately culled.  I'm sure if I ramped up the bongo bongo tunes to full power at midnight, the ol' bill would be round.



oppswits, the lot of them :@
Absof*ckinlutely  ;D
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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #9 on: 31 December 2018, 21:19:58 »

I'm trying to be interested in the shite on the telly thinking I might try and stay up till midnight. But I doubt it very much, just CBA.
I'm hoping my tee shirt is here by Wednesday, so I can wear it when I take the dog out. Everyone will be shaking hands and  'Happy new year' ing. My tee shirt will declare 'New Year, Same Old Shit'.
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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #10 on: 31 December 2018, 21:46:30 »



I'm sure if I ramped up the bongo bongo tunes to full power at midnight, the ol' bill would be round.




I'm just off to the cathedral, where we'll be swinging 6 tons of metal above Rochester's heads at midnight ;D
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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #11 on: 31 December 2018, 21:56:44 »

Illegal here and cannot be bought over the counter, wonder why ?
Expect to see a controlled display at midnight which to be fair is beautifull against the mountains down here.
I don't miss all those idiots who " light up the sky with Standard fireworks "
Enjoy yourselves and have a good New Year.
Don
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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #12 on: 31 December 2018, 22:24:20 »

Illegal here and cannot be bought over the counter, wonder why ?
Expect to see a controlled display at midnight which to be fair is beautifull against the mountains down here.
I don't miss all those idiots who " light up the sky with Standard fireworks "
Enjoy yourselves and have a good New Year.
Don
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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #13 on: 31 December 2018, 23:38:16 »

Just put "the Equilizer " on.

Maybe after he's sorted a few Ruskies out he can sort the early Firework retards out.

Dont they realise there taking the edge of the evening?
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Re: Fireworks at midnight
« Reply #14 on: 01 January 2019, 02:28:38 »

I've just got home from ringing the old year out, and the new year in. Ringers have been doing this for about 400 years, and we brought friends along to join the party.


Hopefully the revellers along Rochester high street weren't too confused by us fading out 2018, chiming Midnight and firing in 2019. Then we continued the party in the ringing chamber.


Our visitors stood on the cathedral roof, watching the fireworks over Medway listening to traditional ringing on a lovely 10 bell ring.
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