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DIY Fire EatingParty Ideas

Learn How to Eat Fire

Looking for a hot way to entertain your guests at your next party?

Wow, was all we could say at my friend Loretta's flaming birthday celebration. A while back she and her sister had taken a fire eating class. They asked me if I wanted to join them. LOL. Uh, no thanks! I would have but my sword swallowing class was on the same night. Anyways, for her birthday celebration Loretta decided to go with a Tiki Theme and incorporate her new talent into quite a show for her guests! It was really amazing seeing my friend and her sis, eating fire! Imagine a couple of your best friends shoving burning sticks into their mouths. It was more than a little freaky.

Before each attempt they would run the flames up and down their arms and forearms. They said it was a way to "befriend" the fire. It also burned all of the hair off of their arms which prompted me to suggest befriending the fire under their arm pits and up and down their legs. Heh heh. Why not kill two birds with one stone right?

In any case here are more photos of the spectacular fire eating show we were treated to. It was a very "flirty" idea to break out of the humdrum cake and ice cream kind of birthday party.

In the Bay Area you can take fire eating classes at The Crucible in Oakland, CA.

You Can Learn To Eat Fire

Maureen Eating Fire

Feeling the Fire

Backyard Fire Eating Performance

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Soda • 2013-01-25 20:24:55
I have yet to master the idea of eating fire but i love spinning fire and dancing with a fire holahoop!

 

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