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We were all in my aunt's kitchen at the back of her huge rambling Victorian house. I was only small and had wandered off to go to the loo, but given up after finding the hall full of smoke. "That was quick," my mum said after a few minutes. "Yes - it's all smoky," I replied.

I've never seen adults move so fast.

So, like my cousin who'd managed to set fire to the roof, tell us your fire stories.

(, Thu 3 Nov 2005, 9:11)
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The ex-Mr Bunnygirl's house saw many a small house fire. One twunt mate left a candle too close to a lighter and caused a 3 foot column of fire not far from where my feet were resting. We also set fire to a neighbours shed with hamfisted use of a Catherine Wheel.

Another time my ex held a barbecue for him and his eejit friends.

They bought lots of food, took the three piece suite outside for relaxing on and lots of weed. They tried lighting the charcoal using matches, lighters, wood and allsorts of other flammable items with little success so they decided that petrol was required.

After siphoning some fuel out of a car, it was decanted into a tin can and poured it over what little flames there were. Alas it was poured too slowly and the flames travelled up the stream of petrol into the can which exploded, showering the garden in liquid fire.

Cue most of the guests shielding themselves with the safety of the patio doors while my ex attempted to put out his burning settee, grass, self, neighbour's fence, neighbour's child with a cushion.

Moral of the story: don't let stoners mix with fire.
(, Thu 3 Nov 2005, 11:39, Reply)

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