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    How much are you going to spend this bonfire night?

    How much of your money goes up in smoke?

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    £0

    how ever much it is to go to the local fire work display...

    fiver each for local display

    Not a penny

    Original Poster

    Damn you guys are cheap and bloody boring.

    PraxxtorCruel

    Damn you guys are cheap and bloody boring.



    If I was to spend any it would be to go and see a local firework display, why waste loads of money to set a few crappy ones off in your garden

    Think its about a fiver to go to the local display, i never buy fireworks to do at home

    Zero, unless we go to a local display.
    Edited by: "DragonChris" 29th Oct 2010

    I wouldnt trust myself letting fireworks off.... When my friend doe it once it hit me on the head....

    £15 for a family ticket at a display and a couple of quid for sparklers. I wont buy fireworks for home too dangerous and you get much better displays at organised events, also like the anticipation of which one is coming next!

    None, I'm going to save some as had someone come round collecting wood for the local bonfire!

    Banned

    I have already paid the council from my council tax

    Not a penny.

    PraxxtorCruel

    Damn you guys are cheap and bloody boring.



    we cant do fireworks at home-our house is surrounded by fields filled with horses/cows/sheep-farmers wouldnt be too happy if we started letting off fireworks-obviously legally we could do it,but dont want to upset the animals(or the farmers)

    About tree fiddy.

    nothing it free at our local firework display and im a bit old for sparklers lol

    Nothing as to be honest I just don't like fireworks

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    Banned

    Our local display would be impossible to put a price on. i would probably still pay a fiver though if i had to. some tip top totti out

    £0 as it;s my birthday and OH taking me out

    Zero

    none, I can stand outside my front door & watch the 2 local firework displays. One I can just walk down the road and watch it closer(then after they come along with buckets to get you to donate money!)
    Edited by: "nicster08" 29th Oct 2010

    although have had effing fireworks going off around here for weeks, therefore I now have a cat on tranqs for the next 10 days

    Banned

    £20,000

    bout a tenner for like 50 rockets

    our local park has a free display so going to that and then just the cost of some sparklers , toffee apples, chestnuts, baked potatoes, etc to put on the fire pit at home and then sit in the garden and enjoy all the fireworks going off around at the neighbours expense
    Edited by: "shopstilldrops" 29th Oct 2010

    shopstilldrops

    our local park has a free display so going to that and then just the cost … our local park has a free display so going to that and then just the cost of some sparklers , toffee apples, chestnuts, baked potatoes, etc to put on the fire pit at home and then sit in the garden and enjoy all the fireworks going off around at the neighbours expense



    Sounds like a great idea. me likes

    f all

    about £15 i spent tho i got 100 quid worth of fireworks ,bought them end of november last year been in garage since

    we spent about £600 on EID last year.
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