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    Default That very British celebration of pyromania.

    Other than the usual supplements of black peas, treacle toffee and parkin, did anyone else "supplement" their Standard selection box of fireworks* this year?



    With all that lovely free smoke, it seems rude not to!

    *Fireworks of course decanted in to a nice safe biscuit** tin.

    **Fox's Speciality I believe.

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    I have been known to take advantage of the fact that bonfire night - for some strange reason - always ends up being foggy.
    This year I could do this for a week before and i suspect a week after, as I dont know what its like by you, but some of the divs up here cant grasp the concept of bonfire/fireworks 'night'.
    its seems to get longer every year so I estimate by 2015 we will be having fireworks every night of the year.

    Rob
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    Quote Originally Posted by stanwax View Post
    I have been known to take advantage of the fact that bonfire night - for some strange reason - always ends up being foggy.
    This year I could do this for a week before and i suspect a week after, as I dont know what its like by you, but some of the divs up here cant grasp the concept of bonfire/fireworks 'night'.
    its seems to get longer every year so I estimate by 2015 we will be having fireworks every night of the year.

    Rob
    We generally get a couple of weeks of apocalypse here, but I never look gift fog in the mouth!

    The heavy fog of last christmas was great!

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    I played the 'spooky' show on Halloween.
    I have vertical blinds on my living room (lounge) window and projected it onto them, it showed up great outside.
    I only had it running from 8:30 to 9:30 pm. the local kids (and parents) loved it.


    Jim

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