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    What does everyone do then? Go do a display, make your own display or close the curtains and turn the TV up?

    I don't want this to turn into a "Fireworks shouldn't be sold to the public" thread so while you are allowed to have an opinion keep it to yourself please.

    I personally like to have a small display at home, bought 45 quids worth from tesco's today. Okay they ain't the best but they are good for the money

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    Don't really bother m8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gazza4 View Post
    Don't really bother m8.

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    It's a good feeling mate, you can blow stuff up without getting arrested

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    Quote Originally Posted by john.robertson2 View Post
    It's a good feeling mate, you can blow stuff up without getting arrested

    I've got a CDTI.

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    go to an organised display cause i would probably blow up the house or the shed lol

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    Always go to the local display - good excuse for a few beers and a night out with the family

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    Outgrown it mostly, we have dogs and cats anyway - wondered this year if a good clay pigeon shooter could hit a rocket on it's way up, the flashes and bangs would make good cover for gunfire.
    As opinions not required, I'll stick with if I went. it would be to an organised one.

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    The village playing fields are just about 150 yds from my house so i get to watch a one to two hr firework display for free from my lounge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by neverlandandy View Post
    go to an organised display cause i would probably blow up the house or the shed lol
    At least it would be colourful They are very safe if you treat them with respect imo

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    Always go to the local display - good excuse for a few beers and a night out with the family
    Agreed mate

    Quote Originally Posted by Grumpy1954 View Post
    Outgrown it mostly, we have dogs and cats anyway - wondered this year if a good clay pigeon shooter could hit a rocket on it's way up, the flashes and bangs would make good cover for gunfire.
    As opinions not required, I'll stick with if I went. it would be to an organised one.
    Lol we went to tell one of our neighbours last year we'd be setting some fire works off (she has a dog). To which she turned and said "it's ok he's deaf anyway"

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