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Jesus Christs face on a potato. A peanut that looks like George Bush. Stars that resemble famous shapes. Clouds that look like animals, but phallic fireworks?! It’s not often that the magic of professional fireworks takes on other forms of artistry in the sky, but this one has gone viral in a hurry! The display was shot in Glasgow, Scotland recently and amateur video captured the flying phallic, as did some giggling spectators. Not much else needs said on this one, see the video below!
For the record we have our doubts on this one, as everything else in the display appeared to be fired vertically, creative editing?
In 2013, Diwali, the festival of lights, will be celebrated on Nov. 3 by Hindus, Jains and Sikhs. The word Diwali comes from the Sanskrit deepavali, which means a row of lights.
Diwali is now commonly celebrated outside of India with modern fireworks such as sparklers, bangers and fountains instead of some of the more traditional, age old pyro built and used in India for centuries.
Sky lanterns are also becoming more popular for the festival of lights, and more and more participants are now buying fireworks online and having them delivered right to their homes.