This message only applies to the 1% of people who cannot control their excitement at the thought of being allowed to send small rockets into the air and who, as a result of their inability to control their excitement, will end up acting like a d**k tonight.
In particular, this message is aimed fairly and squarely at the imbeciles who will be lobbing fireworks at members of the emergency services as they try to do their job.
We just want to remind the 1% that there is something out there called ‘karma’ and that this phenomenon is not only very real, but is also very patient too.
So you are stood there, with your balaclava on and rocket in hand, deciding on whether or not to aim your rocket at the emergency services, just remember that, at some point, karma WILL pay you a visit should you decide to go ahead with your foolish act.
Karma may not strike immediately. It could take a day. A week. A month or a year.
But, in time, karma will find you.
So, don’t be a d**k.
Don’t throw fireworks at members of the emergency services.
To the remaining 99% of the public, then have a good night 🙂
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