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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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Jamie Bryson, from the East Belfast Cultural Collective that organised the bonfire, referred to such workers as "masked mercenaries".
Fortunately, a crew from Canley Fire Station was called to the scene and the out of control bonfire was quickly extinguished.
But there's plenty of bonfire and fireworks displays to choose from to make the most of Guy Fawkes night.
Is this a joke?" Runnells Lane, in Thornton, is a designated bonfire site - but it's still illegal to burn most types of waste and setting fire to treated wood, tyres, plastics, rubber and oil can seriously harm health and pollute the environment.
The bonfire night they go to will largely depend on when they have the time.
All of the funds raised from the pair of bonfire nights will be donated back into the community to good causes.
Facebook's Bonfire app was first spotted by (https://twitter.com/MattNavarra/status/907947721050476544) The Next Web's Matt Navarra after browsing through the (https://itunes.apple.com/dk/app/bonfire-group-video-chat/id1240352476?mt=8) Danish Apple App Store .
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.
The film stars members of Bonfire's new team traveling together for the first time; with Dustin Craven, Beau Bishop, Johnny Brady, Parker Duke and Ralph Kucharek.
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.Every year on November 5, families use old bits of furniture to build up the bonfire and stuff the Guy with scraps of used foam or old clothing.
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.