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A really cool flame thrower. It only takes a lighter, a stick, and a can of wd-40.

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goeon (author)2008-08-21

thats what i used on this wasps nest near my house i used up 3 cans

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somebody12345 (author)goeon2012-02-19

Where on earth did you get the smily?

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rock climber (author)2009-04-25

This looks fun, but if you spray something you shouldn't, it can become a big mess. There were these kids in an apartment building like 5 min. away from my house that burnt down the entire building trying to get rid of a wasp nest.

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fwjs28 (author)2009-03-13

tehehe i rated it....lol...btw, axe works quite well....*hides empty can*

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I_am_Canadian (author)2008-08-02

Ive done this before. Its incredibly dangerous though, if the flame travles up the spray of wd-40, it can ignite the fluid inside the can, and violently explode.

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Explosions require oxygen. There is no oxygen in the can. This has been argued to a bloody pulp before.

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ye it has been argued to death on the internet but anytime a friend sees you do it you spend half an hour explaining it... Even sensible people are thick enough to believe it, like science teachers that replied it's true...

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Kiteman (author)killerjackalope2008-08-02

Not me!

I said something along the lines of the heat could melt the valve off, allowing a sudden release of the contents in a fireball that could be mistaken for an explosion.

At least, I hope I said that.

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killerjackalope (author)Kiteman2008-08-02

I wasn't referring to you, I've seen them take off at great speed and even when thrown in a fire they have a habit of doing odd things before detonating...

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Firebert010 (author)Kiteman2008-08-02

I said something almost exactly like that... goes off to find comment

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