Alright, so earlier today you saw those four pages of protips, and I said that there are more. Waaaay more. I had a nice nap today, so this was kind of delayed as it was supposed to go up about 5 hours ago. I apologize for the inconvenience everyone, my bad.
Without further ado, I present to you, (heh, it rhymed) pages 5-6, 7-8.
Good morning everyone, since I'm kind of snowed in where I live I decided to make this huge amount of information available to all of you. Now, it could all be common sense to know most of these, but it's helped me a lot and has made me seem like I know what the hell I'm doing when in fact, I don't.
I'll leave you guys a huge set of this stuff, it's around 31~ pages in the exact same format.
Alright everyone, get ready for this. You know how you can only get fireworks for about a month, usually depending on where you live, and during that time frame, they're a bit too expensive, especially if you want to make it a good time.
I've done this personally, and it adds up to about 7$, each firework you make lasts about 20 seconds depending on if you did it well enough. And the blackpowder, cremora, and fuse come in huge packs that will last you quite a lot of fireworks. Dairy creamer works extremely well instead of cremora if you're unable to find it.
Alright everyone, here we go! First post of the entire blog, let's make it a worthy one!
All of you, I hope, have been outside once or twice and had to hop a fence to get into the local junkyard trying to find an old 1968 Chevrolet, only to get chased by Old Man Carter's bulldog and get yelled at. Or just to get into your friends back yard.
No matter how extreme you are, you'll need to know how to hop over a fence, and if you don't already know how to, well, here you go!