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Patriarch917SILVER Member
I make my own people.
607 posts
Location: Nashville, Tennessee, USA


Just wanted to put this warning out to my bearded brethren. Be careful, or little muslim children will laugh at you.

89 posts
Location: Limoges (France)

Doesn't look very professional...

SethisBRONZE Member
1,762 posts
Location: York University, United Kingdom

I set my beard on fire once (it was only a small goatee, thank god) then took the hint and shaved it off before I tried again. biggrin

Fortunately there were no small Muslim children present wink

After much consideration, I find that the view is worth the asphyxiation.
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GnorBRONZE Member
Carpal \'Tunnel
5,814 posts
Location: Perth, Australia

One of our local firebreathers set his face on fire last year. Was horrid and he ended up with burns on his face. His face stayed alight alot longer than that dudes and didnt go out that easily.
Im glad neither of them swallowed the fuel.

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Will it be Beneficial to all concerned?

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Fine_Rabid_DogInternet Hate Machine
10,530 posts
Location: They seek him here, they seek him there...

You\'d think that it was a quite blatantly obvious hazard, wouldn\'t you?

The existance of flamethrowers says that someone, somewhere, at sometime said "I need to set that thing on fire, but it's too far away."

Loki_the_tricksterSILVER Member
Has sharp edges
1,266 posts
Location: Stuck in the mire, USA

rolleyes ditto
people that stupid are deffinate canidates for selective breeding ubblol
We need to stop them before they make baby bearded fire breathers ubblol

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1,328 posts
Location: Bendigo, Vic, Australia

that... is what I like to call.... blatant stupidity.

Guys, maybe we should add that to the list of Dangers of Fire Breathing?

fNiGOLD Member
master of disaster
3,354 posts
Location: New York, USA

Posted: mate caught his beard during a breath tonite

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DarkFyreBRONZE Member
HoP mage and keeper of the fireballs
1,965 posts
Location: Palmerston North, New Zealand

Firstly i'm kinda muslim i just don't practice and i also like to get pissed but that ain't the point

I Have caught my gottee on fire once before and i will never use a fuel that i am unfamiliar with again (damed caltex fuel stuff that burns too quick)

Only ever use kerosene or pegasol (but drink a S#!t load of milk first, trust meits for your own good) I prefer Pegasol

Secondly if fire breathing keep a towl on hand to smother the flames quickly in case they do get out of hand.

Finally a friend of mine that didn't have a beard caught his face on fire, he got burnt I only got singed.

May my balls of fire set your balls on fire devil

Warior DrakeSILVER Member
The Dragon Professor
203 posts
Location: New York, currently homeless, USA

Darkyfyre, you should really only be using Ultra Pure Lamp Oil from Lamplight farms, not that that's safe but its the "safest".

I breathe and rock the caveman "I-can't-find-my-razor-and-I'm-too-cheap-to-buy-a-new-one" facial hair, the worst that's happened to me has been a bit of a singe off the top of my hair and a little frizzle on my eye lashes, always make sure to breathe up.

Don't let your world end with you

p.s. No, just in case you're going to ask, I did not misspell Warrior, its supposed to be like that.

sbengeGOLD Member
20 posts
Location: Wellington, New Zealand

I find doing fire eating tricks like dragons breath look spectacularly cool if you have the beard and mo going on but you need very still conditions for them

JeremiahSILVER Member
1 post
Location: USA

I have a full beard and breath have never cought it on fire the problem I have is the perofin getting stuck in my beard and on my skin and drying it out does anyone know anything i can put on my face ahead of think to help

supersheep1GOLD Member
1 post
Location: Hungary

Practice makes perfect! Having beard and Fire Breathing at the same time is possible IMO.

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