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I think pretty much every firebreather knows its dangerous, and the ones who don't won't be losing many brain cells when cancer sets in anyway. Sure, you can die from firebreathing, if you swallow to much fuel, backburn into your lungs, or just do it to much. Nobody debates the point that the fuels used can be toxic. Everyone makes the choice based on their understanding of the risks involved. Just like they make all life choices based on the risks.
Did you know you can die: -from smoking cigarettes? -from drinking alchol? -from crossing roads? -from flying in aeroplanes? -from lightning? -from bee stings?
And without any supporting statistics, I'd say more people die from these things in a year than from firebreathing. But I could be wrong.