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  • n. Plural form of firey.


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  • To be fair to the fireys I understand from comments elsewhere that the Fire Service College is not permitted to fight actual emergency fires on their own premises (despite the presence of 2 dozen plus fire appliances and up to 500 staff and students) due to Ministry guidelines.

    The First Of The Gang To Die. « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Yeah...that last one definitely looks like the fireys from Labyrinth:

    Autumn Terrors

  • Batt Man Peter Garrett fudging insulation blaze statistics, fireys claim THE number of house fires since the failed insulation rebate scheme was introduced is almost double that claimed by Environment Minister Peter Garrett, fire brigades claimed yesterday. | Top Stories

  • The fireys arrived with tankers, a cherry picker, a safety blanket and a bright blue vet pet box. | Top Stories

  • "It was filled with smoke and I couldn't see what I was doing so I got down the ladder and rang the fireys, thinking my house was going to go up," he said. | Top Stories

  • Not every bystander who watches while the fireys drag people from a burning house or gather around the ambos as they patch up a surfer mauled by a shark is a sicko or ghoulish. | Top Stories

  • The fireys might be down the street battling a house fire but don't go and look or your tea will go cold. | Top Stories

  • Shire of Yarra Ranges mayor Len Cox refutes the veteran fireys claims saying there was a lot of work being done on the ground.

    Star News Group

  • When I asked the sergeant how they’d got the bloke out, he laughed and said “it was a job for the fireys”. on March 17, 2008 at 11: 45 pm | Reply Mister Jones

    Shannon Matthews « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • D’you think NBob will loan the fireys his body oil?

    Cheeseburger Gothic » Gadzooks! Gigolos in the Bounders Club!


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