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    (Original post by CoolCavy)
    yay!! :grouphugs::five:


    yeah i made it on GIMP
    You are the cutest person to exist. :jumphug:
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    (Original post by CoolCavy)
    Don't worry Cavy
    It's my first one so I'll bonfire responsibly
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    (Original post by LeyK)
    Don't worry Cavy
    It's my first one so I'll bonfire responsibly
    thank you, i hope you have a great responsible one
    :grouphugs:
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    To be honest id be suprised if a hedghog was living in my bonfire. The petrol fumes alone should be enough to knock it out prior to ignition.
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    (Original post by gaymarrijiswrong)
    have you some weird animal fetish?
    have u some weird gay marriage fetish?
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    (Original post by CoolCavy)
    thanks again for you post it was very mature
    I'm sorry I did now, thanks.
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    also make sure that there are no bears hibernating in your bonfire :yep:
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    OP your avatar is killing me
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    This is sweet and considerate, I've never heard of this before.
    Although I don't have bonfires at home I'll share this information.
    Protect the hodgehegs!
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    Thanks for the info! I never thought about that. I'll be sure to check


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    Ideally you want to put steak in the middle to attract badgers and foxes. Dealing with 2 problems in one.

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    We've always left the building of the bonfire till the day it's need because of this but many thanks for reminding people of the problem
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    (Original post by CoolCavy)
    no of course not it never was and never is 'ok' to burn anyone, animal or human
    those inquisitors who burnt my pagan forcomers would beg to differ
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    Fireworks and bonfires are for pyromaniacs and children anyway.
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    'hogs
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    Save the hodgehegs! Also check compost heaps/other piles of vegetation.
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    If i replace hedgehog with guinea pig is that ok?
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    Hedgehogs:love:
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    many many spiders will be incinerated... i know it is not practical to remove them all from your bonfire.

    i suggest a 10-second silence to commemorate these little guys and also the innumerable woodlice, earwigs, millipedes... *bear collapses with emotion and is helped away from his computer*
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    apparently the fireworks I'm going to don't do a bonfire so that means I don't have to worry about any animals being inside one


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