People who set off fireworks

Discussion in 'SMB' started by PhilSAFC, Nov 2, 2018.

  1. Thebumble

    Thebumble Central Defender

    BONFIRE Night is completely different nowadays. A previous poster was right! Kids taking the afternoon off school (dolling) so they could pinch wood. One of the lads dads owned a fruiters so we got all of the crates.. was massive! Families gathered on the field enjoying it together, followed by some blackened half black spud from the embers.

    Nowadays, unfortunately kids would rather just light a torch on Minecraft or some shite!
     
  2. lenshack

    lenshack Winger

    This elderly and his hound are enjoying the action.

    I Suggest all you boring pain in the arse spoilsports stuff some cotton wool in your lugs and go stick your heeds under a pillow till it’s all ower.
     
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  3. yamar1

    yamar1 Winger

    and dont forget the 15 year olds on their cub 90 field bikes. anti social behaviour at its highest. git hard though.:lol:
     
  4. Teed

    Teed Striker

    They didn't have those back in the 1966 like, 250 Triumph Tiger Cub, or Matchless 350, though the matchless was a bit to big for my legs, had to sell it for a BSA..ya cannit be git hard when ya 13 riding around a disused airstrip, no one around to bother either, so not anti social, but It did allow me to grow tired of bikes by the time I was 14 and six months later I was working, so didn't have the time to fuck about anyway..;)
     
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  5. mcq10

    mcq10 Striker

    Same problem here.

    Baby can’t settle with the noise and the four year old is wired with excitement at all the bangs and explosions.

    Going to lend the neighbours dog to make it a hatrick.....
     
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  6. yamar1

    yamar1 Winger

    actually they did.

    sorry it wasnt for you. some people enjoy motorcycling, some dont, usualy the people who have never ridden. quite an enjoyable hobby tbh, never too late to give it another wirl you know. nothing better than heading out on a sunny day on the open roads for a spin. do you have any hobbies apart from safc?
     
  7. Arkle

    Arkle Striker Contributor

    Elderly cat is doing okay so far. Spent some time in her little house (igloo bed) when the fireworks got loud and now sleeping on my lap and purring.
     
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  8. Teed

    Teed Striker

    I know mate, just having a laugh man, SAFC isn't an hobby, it's an affliction...;) yes I've got plenty to keep me busy, so no time for anymore tbh, my car gets me from A to B and that does for me, not really interested in cars or bikes, enjoy the bike mate..;)
     
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  9. oROSSo

    oROSSo Striker Staff Member

    9 o clock man. Takes a special kind of twat to be still setting them off now
     
  10. yamar1

    yamar1 Winger

    cheers Teed. it is that.:)
     
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  11. Teed

    Teed Striker

    It's still like Bagdad around here, 1 . 30 last night when they finished.
     
  12. Bob Fleming

    Bob Fleming Striker

    Still some absolute twats setting them off around Roker at 9.15. It's a fucking school night man you arse clags.
     
  13. CEF

    CEF Midfield

    How much money to people eat / drink, "waste" during celebrations. It's just life.
     
  14. cluffy

    cluffy Striker

    Ooh it's bonfire night!
    Ooh it's Halloween!
    Ooh it's black friday!
    Ooh Xmas eve !!
    Ooh mothers day!
    Ooh Valentine's day!!
    Ooh xmas! New years.....blah blah blah..

    ALL JUST CAPITALIST EXPLOITATION OF THE SHEEPLE STEERED BY THE SUPERMARKETS
     
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  15. lenshack

    lenshack Winger


    Except all of those already existed long before Supermarkets came on the scene.

    Good to see that the vast majority of folk have stuck to the traditional date for their fireworks and bonfires.
     
  16. mcq10

    mcq10 Striker

  17. Teed

    Teed Striker

    I wouldn't say eating and drinking are a waste, they're essential, unless people are over indulging and if the truth be known, those that do so are more than likely the same people that are burning their money on bonfire night, the postive side of it is, it's their money that's gone up in smoke, so maybe one less trampoline in a front garden, or less vodka bottles smashed on the pavements, the negative side is there for all to enjoy, the polluted air and the health problems that brings, the house fires and hospital admisions etc. anyway the bulk of it is over now, we only have to put up with the scroats wandering the streets, setting of the odd one until Febuary...:cool:
     
  18. The Great MES

    The Great MES Winger

    It was like Aleppo round ours last night, wankers
     
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  19. Keawyeds

    Keawyeds Striker

    I remember when I was younger watching the fireworks and going to the bonfire in Bishop. It was usually a pretty good night. Some of the displays set to music etc. It was well attended and I think the rotary did it. They were there with collection buckets anyway.

    I always thought on the way back home if any one set a few off in their own back garden or something was a bit pathetic. There's just been a massive display, why on earth would you want to set some off yourself?
    Waste of money and you just look like a tit.

    The way I see it, the amount of people who are buying them probably shouldn't be. The amount of irresponsible use of them is beyond a joke. More than likely people are pissed.
    I saw a sign that said "Fireworks from 99p" the other day. That's just an accident waiting to happen.
    I'm not saying that people should be priced out of buying them, but it would be better if there were just organised big displays rather than the blitz for 4 nights on the fucking bounce.
     
  20. HABA87

    HABA87 Winger

    The ones I saw in Tesco were 2 boxes for £30 with 15-18 in each box, so 99p isn't that radical, although obviously being sold as a single unit isn't great.
    Less than a quid a bang seems to be the going rate. [insert joke here]

    Sales are licenced and should by law be to 18+ only. Whether or not that actually happens...
     

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