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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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However, there is a maypole and a bonfire in the town; a mystery, Pope of the Fools, and Flemish ambassadors in the city; and, at the university, nothing
We must have a bonfire this evening in the Champ-Gaillard," went on the other, "made of Master Andry's books.
Had they followed their hereditary taste, the New England settlers would have illustrated all events of public importance by bonfires, banquets, pageantries, and processions.
The general scarcity of everything, occasioned candles to be borrowed in a rather peremptory manner of Monsieur Gabelle; and in a moment of reluctance and hesitation on that functionary's part, the mender of roads, once so submissive to authority, had remarked that carriages were good to make bonfires with, and that post-horses would roast.
Let us gather together in the great cities, and light huge bonfires of a million gas-jets, and shout and sing together, and feel brave.
Behind the guns were their limbers and still farther back picket ropes and artillerymen's bonfires.
On the left our troops were close to a copse, in which smoked the bonfires of our infantry who were felling wood.
What are all the ringing of bells, and bonfires, to one that is six foot under ground?
FIREFIGHTERS in Merseyside attended 79 fires caused from anti-social behaviour on Bonfire Night.
The Environment Agency is asking people who are planning on having a Guy Fawkes bonfire to make sure that they only burn small amounts of paper, leaves, wood and cardboard and the waste is kept securely before being burned.
Bonfire Night celebrations across Huddersfield will take place on and around November 5, organised by clubs, societies, pubs and other groups.
RESIDENTS in Durham have been urged to attend organised displays as bonfire night grows closer.
Bryngwran: Bonfire and fireworks night at the Iorwerth Arms, today at 6pm.
RESIDENTS fear they could be burned alive in their beds by a towering bonfire close to their homes.
OLD clothing, piles of cardboard, discarded furniture, a collection of bits and pieces rising like hills in streets across Teesside meant Bonfire Night.