catboy member Location: leicester, england Member Since: 24th Sep 2001 Total posts: 167
Posted:I would like to start firebreathing, but dont really know where to start. there seems to be very little on the web and I dont know anybody else that does it....how can i learn, what can i practice with, and is there a viable alternative to parafin/kero? (dont like feeling crap, regardless of what caused it)hope you can helpb Non-Https Image Link
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Pele'sWhippingBoy member Location: Rochester, NY, USA Member Since: 19th Jun 2001 Total posts: 442
Posted:Oh boy, everyone's gonna hate me for this answer.Use the search function. It's in small print right underneath the "Post New Topic" button. I recommend you search through the Technical Discussion section as this has been covered a time or two.The only problem is that the more knowledgable people don't like to instruct. If only for liability reasons. So usually you have to prove your worth first, I've seen it before.All I'll say is that you should practice with water.------------------"Except for that Mrs. Lincoln, How did you like the play?"Pyromorph - Let the fire change you
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