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By Your ass... Grab it... - / Thursday 4 July 2013 22:30 / United States - Grand Prairie
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By  Eliseopwns  |  22

'Murica!

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  mb2_native  |  15

79, as long as you didn't have a "wand fight( Roman candles trying to hit each other) one of my buddies almost burnt the hell out of his back due to me getting him and it stuck and slowly burnt through 2 jackets :/ I would've picked up the firework before it went off and chased them with it :p

By  LeeCards  |  8

Would make much more sense if OP was English

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Well, that commenter lists their location as Sweden, so it's hard to be sure which they meant.

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  Axipiter  |  24

No.

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  AngrySailor  |  17

42- Remember, 'Mercia produced the "duck face". Borders on unforgivable.

By  friedpwnadge  |  25

If you had time, you should have thrown it back in the car or called the cops for assault with a deadly weapon.

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  ryan4723  |  18

No

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It's a Roman candle, you pick it up by the end that isn't shooting and point it at the car, if anything. Or just, don't sink to their level, that works too. But if you're going to, do it right. >.>

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  FightMyLiger  |  19

Should've picked it up, held it towards the sky like the master sword and yelled, "Freedoooom!". They're just spreading holiday spirit. It's not a fucking bomb, OP. Roman candles are like adult sparklers. Take a day off and embrace your overweight culture.

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  Steel_BZ  |  8

It's illegal for a reason..

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  ZeroPath5  |  16

Ok 7 and 8 say the same thing, just worded differently. One is thumbed down, one thumbed up. Make up your mind FML! You're not supposed to pick up a lit Roman candle anyways, just stay away from it.

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  ZeroPath5  |  16

Well, I can say I've never once held a Roman candle or any type of firework, because it's illegal in NY without a permit, and my family isn't really into them. I don't feel the least bit deprived about it though.

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  Soninuva  |  40

Except in Deep South Texas (as in the Rio Grande Valley). There's been hardly any rain for who knows how long, and so burn bans are in effect, making non-city sanctioned fireworks (i.e. professional ones for show) illegal. It's enforced by a $500 dollar fine.

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  cmac86  |  21

we've been real lucky in Arkansas to have had rain lately so we can actually shoot some fireworks off. however the cops don't really like it when we shoot them off in city limits (party poppers). and holding a Roman candle is a a great rush the first time you do it.

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