Fire Worked

“I can’t stand the loud ones,” sighed Reala.
“Neither can I,” replied Hydra. “That’s why I make my own.”
“You make your own fireworks?” gasped Yuffie.
“Oh yeah,” replied Hydra. “I mean, on the one hand, home-made fireworks are a blast!”
“And on the other hand?” asked Reala.
“I only have two fingers,” sighed Hydra.

Original photo by Timothy Rhyne on Unsplash

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46 thoughts on “Fire Worked”

  1. Love your stuff, especially your videos. The subtle sound effects in this one really set it off, and your timing is great. If you can finesse your mic set up, your vids will be on par with the A+ YouTube channels. Now just sit back and watch the subscribers roll in!

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    1. Thank you, Tandi. Will hopefully get some proper filming equipment in the new year and start narrating the stories to a camera from a comfy chair with a cup of tea in one hand, a book in the other hand and a dog on the other hand. The videos will improve! 🙂

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      1. Don’t get me wrong, the videos are already great. I like your idea of sitting in a comfy chair with a dog and a book, but I’m not sure how you’ll manage with the third hand. If you figure it out, you might just go viral!

        Jokes aside, keep up the good work.

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  2. You’ve accomplished something amazing with your work. You’e made the pun fun. I’ve always thought good pun was an oxymoron. Usually, when one makes a pun, it’s rightfully greated with a groan. You’ve made them legitimately entertaining. Well done.

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    1. Ooof! That’s awful news! I want to induce the most painful sounding groans with every story! I’m so sorry for making you chuckle. 🙂

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  3. Ah, home-made fireworks! I didn’t lose a finger, but I did scorch my palm a couple of times. Potassium Nitrate yields a propellant , like used for bulllets, but potassium chlorate blows right up. Now, if I’m ever in a state that sells fireworks legally….well!

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