Simply 14 tweets to make your Bonfire Night go with a bang
Just in case your Bonfire Night is in need of a bit more bang, these 14 tweets should do it.
There were supposed to be 15, but one of them didn’t go off.
November 5th is so gloriously British, celebrating someone failing to do something by standing out in the cold
— joe (@mutablejoe) November 5, 2019
As Bonfire Night approaches, please remember that loud noises frighten your pets. As do your asinine views on art, politics and culture.
— Arena Flowers (@ArenaFlowers) November 3, 2019
— Larry the Cat (@Number10cat) November 5, 2019
If you’re having a bonfire party in your garden tonight remember & prepare your fireworks by soaking them in warm water for a couple of hours
— joe heenan (@joeheenan) November 5, 2019
If you’re having a bonfire tonight, remember to check your wood pile for wildlife. There could be a dragon hiding inside! #BonfireNight 🔥
— Medieval Manuscripts (@BLMedieval) November 5, 2019
Just seen an advert for “Hot guys in your area tonight”. How fitting. #BonfireNight
— Marty Lawrence (@TeaAndCopy) November 5, 2019
— Alexander Hall (@AEHALL1983) November 5, 2019
I once got booed by my family and friends because the fireworks I lit went off in the wrong sequence…
— 🤣 The Dad Joke Man 😉 (@DadJokeMan) November 5, 2019
— nudinits (@nudinits) November 5, 2019
On this day 414 years ago Guy Fawkes was sitting in a pub, thinking: “And the best part is, nobody suspects a thing!”
— paul bassett davies (@thewritertype) November 4, 2019
On this day 1605: Guy Fawkes is tortured and forced to sign a confession for his part in the Gunpowder Plot. pic.twitter.com/wXTvwv2Ubo
— Balderdash (@notDcfcBoss) November 5, 2019
Top: Guy Fawkes signing his name.
Bottom: Guy Fawkes after he became a doctor. pic.twitter.com/MkufjqIjDU
— John Rain CBE (@MrKenShabby) November 5, 2019
ALL OF NOVEMBER
IF YOU LIVE IN MY AREA
WHERE GUY FAWKES OBVIOUSLY SPEND EVERYDAY BLOWING THINGS UP LIKE A TOTAL ARSEHOLE
AND NOW PEOPLE FEEL THEY HAVE TO REPLICATE THAT BECAUSE THEYRE AWFUL #GuyFawkesNight
— Tiernan Douieb (@TiernanDouieb) November 5, 2019
40 years and I’m still none-the-wiser if fireworks are supposed to celebrate Guy Fawkes failing to blow up parliament or almost succeeding.
— Tokyo Sexwhale (@tokyo_sexwhale) November 5, 2019
Actor Rufus Jones injected a little topicality into the proceedings.
On November 5th we remember Guy Fawkes, who all those years ago intended to demonstrate exactly how much common sense a politician would display inside a burning building.
— rufus jones (@rufusjones1) November 5, 2019