Here is the last of 5 flaming shot videos celebrating fire week here on MutineerMagazine.com. Speechless. Enjoy.
I’m certain we haven’t seen the last of these flaming shots. If you decide to try a flaming shot for yourself, you may end up in the jaws of death when your flaming shot turns on you, leaving you little time to act. See the full post »
This guy fails in his fire glory before he even has a chance to burn his face off when he spills the flaming alcohol on his hand and then begins to squeal and run around. Not much else you can say about this one…
Okay, if you haven’t figured it out from the last two blogs that flaming shots are a TERRIBLE IDEA.
Other terrible ideas include: Prohibition (no explanation needed), the Oklahoma City Thunder (My beloved Seattle Sonics were moved to cattle country this year and are now on pace to be the worst team in NBA history, seriously), trying to heat a house with a bbq, and giving restaurant wine list awards to restaurants that don’t exist (sorry Wine Spectator, but if you are going charge a couple hundred bucks to submit a restaurant, you gotta get it right).
When a simple shot is just not enough, step up to a Flaming Dr. Pepper. By combining Amaretto, Bacardi 151, a beer and a blowtorch you not only get a great tasting shot, but capture the attention of the entire bar. Start by filling a shot glass ¾ full with Amaretto then slowly layer the 151 on top, now light the sucker on fire and drop it into a pint glass of beer. Consume quickly, reload and do it all over again.
Either this guy just realized he is a mutant from the X-men universe or he has no idea what he was doing lighting alcohol on fire and drinking it. We here at Mutineer Magazine are no strangers to fire. We’ve ignited conference room tables, made flaming arrows out of shish kabob skewers, and even tried to make flames shoot out of the Mutineer Magazine Passat, but we have yet to light something on fire and drink it.
Things get really epic when you consider the possibility of someone standing in front of him after he took the fire shot. This person would end up somewhere between severely burnt, pissed-off, or confused and, well, dead.
On November 21, 1991, The Flaming Homer cocktail was unleashed on the world via “The Simpsons”. Here is how the drink was created, taken from The Simpson’s episode [Flaming Moe’s] summary page on Wikipedia. See the full post »