How to Breath Fire

Elenor By Elenor, 31st May 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/2k9r6zdq/
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Learn how to breath fire the safe way.
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How to Breath Fire

How to Breath Fire

I saw this on youtube and tried to do it myself during one of our Company teambuilding activities.

Things you will need:

A torch
Cornstarch

Firstly, if you do not have a ready made torch, you can make one yourself. Below are the steps:

1. Prepare a stick as which measure just right from your elbow to the tip of your middle finger.
2. Prepare cotton balls, a thin piece of cloth, wire, alcohol (or gasoline) and a lighter.
3. Wrap the cotton balls using the piece of cloth at the tip of the stick. Secure with wire. Dip it in alcohol or gasoline. I recommend alcohol for beginners since the fire will not be too big. If you’re gonna use gasoline, ensure to just put very little amount because the fire might get too large for you to handle.
4. Light the torch.
5. Put about two tablespoonful of cornstarch in your mouth. The more the cornstarch, the bigger the fire will be.
6. Extend the arm holding the light torch away from your face.
7. Blow as hard as you can the cornstarch in your mouth on the burning torch.
8. Congratulations! You just learned how to breath fire.

It’s practically safe. Only that the cornstarch in the mouth is definitely not to like... But if you do it with surprise, you will definitely wow your audience, especially your officemates.

Try it.

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Best Finale, Best Presentation, Blow Fire, Breath Fire, Exhibitions, Fire, Fire Dance, Great Act, Surprise

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author avatar Elenor
I am 23 years old and I've been writing to entirely half of my life. I am at my best when I am at my saddest. Writing is my only escape, my sweetest escape.

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author avatar Songbird B
31st May 2011 (#)

Hahaha..I will take your word for it, Elenor!

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