geek, level 1 Location: everywhere Member Since: 15th Dec 2002 Total posts: 5300
Posted:1: that i did not take them with me to the meadows to play tonight...
meant i ended up using a non-matching pair of matchsticks( ), one of which needed new wick. i then decided to try a trick that not only have i not yet tried on fire, but have never tried unlit and seen only once...
so i have a lovely perfectly circular burn on the inside of my arm which rubs in interesting ways...
but pub nearby provided ice, and soon i will be swathed in aloe vera and compeed.
Carpal \'Tunnel Location: Warwickshire Member Since: 27th Aug 2002 Total posts: 3136
Posted:knowing i'd probably loose it if i did i didn't take my staff with me to the free party on saturday night. Then got an overwhelming urge to whilst sitting round a camp fire, so got a long stick from the woods, lit either end and let the fire go out, then spun with a few inches of lit embers at either end. I only did it for a laugh but was remarkably fun, althou spraying burning embers everywhere in a forest is not perhaps not the best of things
i was doing 3 foot crosses while drunk and slightly under the influence of weed....that was silly..
i got a circular blister on the outside of my left arm...that is still there over a week later. Hope it scars! its even got the mark of the phillips head screw on it!
and there is a matching burn mark on the inside of the arm as well!
It looks well cool!!
bender still can't believe it's not butter Location: Melbourne, Australia Member Since: 14th Nov 2001 Total posts: 6979
Posted:bluecat, i can only imagine what fire insanity you were performing to incur injury. let's just say that i wanna remind you that rarely does a staffer as deadset experimental as yoo come along. keep up the slickness, dude!!!! :bows at yoo, missing the coffe table by millimetres: