Look Out!: The 10 Worst New Year’s Fireworks Fails

New Year’s Eve is primetime for colorful explosions in the sky, and a death knell for migrating birds. How soon we forget the delicate truce of flame and man can be broken with large quantities of grain alcohol and incompetence. Take cover with the 10 Worst New Year’s Fireworks Fails.

Apparently the roll of paper towels you used as a holder wasn’t quite up to the task. Perhaps next time you could just wedge the explosives in a pile of rags soaked in kerosene.

Glad to see the Old Town area of Prague is being preserved so well.

The next time one of your hippie friends is raving about their travels through Thailand, show them this sh*t show. That should give them something to meditate on.

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I hear Shlitz tastes way better after multiple explosions to the face.

It’s a Lord of The Rings reference…sorry.

Nothing is funnier than narrowly escaping horrible injury.

They say this happens after every Eagles game.

I should probably fill this space in with a joke about Amsterdam and smoking pot, like “oh, you lit the wrong one” or something, but I feel an indictment of the Dutch people as a whole is uncalled for in this situation. Seriously, though, you were probably really high when you did this.

In what was supposed to be one of the largest displays in the country, these cats accidentally lit everything off at once. Hope that 15 seconds of awesomeness tides you over till next year.

Anyone else feel like Tom Hanks at the end of Saving Private Ryan?

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