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piss on (someone's) bonfire

rude slang To really upset, irritate, or disappoint someone. Primarily heard in US. Sorry to piss on your bonfire, but you won't get any credits for the class unless you attend every single lecture. A: "Watch out, the boss is on a foul mood today." B: "Wow, I wonder who pissed on his bonfire?"
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HOLYHEAD: Bonfire on Sunday, November 5 at Penrhos Beach from 6.
In Bedworth, the fireworks will be set to the soundtrack theme of 'movies' while Anker Radio will be providing the sounds at Nuneaton's civic bonfire.
But after an appeal in the Examiner they replenished the bonfire in just a day-and-a-half.
We encourage people to make sure they dispose of their waste legally and safely, and be aware that their community bonfire could be targeted by unscrupulous waste businesses who want to find somewhere to dispose of waste, resulting in the illegal burning of commercial waste.
Participants in the chat are also capable of sharing pictures from their Bonfire sessions via Instagram, Facebook and Messenger.
He added: "Some people are trying to turn us into the Belfast bonfire police and it is not going to work.
On March 6, Response Capture moved their offices to the Bonfire office and adopted the Bonfire marketing branding.
But Bonfire Night has also become synonymous with an incredibly busy period for emergency services, with fire services across Wales responding to calls on what was a busy Saturday night.
Since the very first organised bonfire in the early 1980s, which was held as part of a village arts project, Richard Baker had been one of the free event's guiding lights.
Says Ralph Kucharek, repping the East Coast for Bonfire out of Burlington, VT, "I had no expectations for last winter and jumping in at the end of January right into the Free Range trips was the highlight of my season.
Among the incidents was a large bonfire on Warrington Street, in Birkenhead, at 10.
It is also important to prevent others from dumping illegal waste on your bonfire by keeping it secure.
RESIDENTS in Durham have been urged to attend organised displays as bonfire night grows closer.
It's part of Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service's efforts to encourage youngsters to have safe and enjoyable Bonfire celebrations on and around November 5.
He found what was left of the furniture near Easter bonfire pile.