FIRE WRITING

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Introduction: FIRE WRITING

the easy way to make writing with fire.

Step 1: Gather Fire Materials

1.you will need a lighter, or match.
2.a tube of flammable glue ( i found that the super glue brand fix-all glue works the best BUT DONT USE REGULAR SUPER GLUE IT IS DANGEROUS)
3.a space where you wont burn anything down and is well ventilated.

Step 2: Writing

Next write something large with a nice amount of glue. then draw a line of glue beneth the word(s)

Step 3: Lighting

take a lighter or match and light the tip of the underline till it catches fire well. stand back.

Step 4: Enjoy

stand back and enjoy the total awsomness of a flaming fu

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    40 Discussions

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    LinuxH4x0r
    LinuxH4x0r

    13 years ago on Introduction

    I have this spray de-icer that contains methanol which gives off a nice blue glow without all the smoke. Do it at night - during the day it is hard to see. Nice

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    hcold
    hcold

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    Spray deodorants do the same, though I don't recommend doing this at 3 in the morning, while everyone is asleep and you're very bored. On the other hand, if you make a spray deodorant flame thrower while inside, it creates an awful lot of carbon monoxide, makes any fire alarms in the vicinity go off (including ones not even in the same room).

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    Vulcanator
    Vulcanator

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    or on the school bus. oops my friend and i had a war on the bus using flaming spray deoderant cans it singed the hairs off of my arms.

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    LinuxH4x0r
    LinuxH4x0r

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    Hehe, yep. Actually its the ionized smoke itself, not CO that makes the detectors go off.

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    Berkin
    Berkin

    11 years ago on Introduction

    I'll mix alcohol with Elmer's glue!!! MUAHAHAHAHAHHAAAAAAA

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    cclark13
    cclark13

    11 years ago on Step 1

    rubber cement works the best

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    mallorynicole68
    mallorynicole68

    11 years ago on Step 4

    There is also a product called "One match" by Rutland. It is intended for starting up pellet burning products but I find it fun to write with or squeeze out a blob of it and light on fire. You can find it at fireplace specialty stores or at some hardware stores. Worth finding.

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    eps6969
    eps6969

    11 years ago on Introduction

    use hand sanitizer like the kind you get at dollar stores works great and spreadable and can relight over and over makes cool blue flame and no mess after its great

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    Evilblaze
    Evilblaze

    11 years ago on Introduction

    Actually this is not a good idea. From burning glue you get black fumes what are carcinogen. Don't do this if you want to die in cancer...... //and it is not good for the environment:-D

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    Feral_Messiah
    Feral_Messiah

    12 years ago on Introduction

    Metho: cheap, simple blue flame without the toxic fumes... Also, it's hot enough to light a fire-staff from!

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    Vulcanator
    Vulcanator

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    no. rubbing alcohol is isopropanol (C3H7OH) not methanol (CH3OH) the simplest of alcohols

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    PizzaPlanet
    PizzaPlanet

    12 years ago on Introduction

    Use white-out. A lot more affective smells bad and leaves charred remains so clean up so your parents don't find out. A lot more powerful and so much better. Not knocking on the crazy glue but WHITE OUT IS SOOOOOOO MUCH BETTER. Easier to write with and a lot more defined.

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    im_tux
    im_tux

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    heh my parents found the marks left by this and me and me bro got the talkin to