Happy Guy Fawkes Day!

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Time to set something on fire, ladies and gents. Anyone taking that challenge? For those of you that don't know, it's Guy Fawkes Day.

It gives you reason to set things on fire.

In my novel, I actually have a character named Guy Hawkes who happens to be a little obsessed with fire. (I had the character long before November rolled around, but it's so fitting that Guy Fawkes day falls in November and I get to write about him! Huzzah!) However... he was in the novel that I set aside.

How are you diabolically lighting things afire?

My character is accidently going to burn her toast. CLOSE ENOUGH!

52005 words so far Winner!

Can I light up that obnoxiously huge speaker from the slam last night? We would have been better off without it and its screechy feedback.

Figment: Twist, the dive-bombing leopard gecko

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Not in story, but I am thinking of lighting up hubby's copy of Borderlands 2. He can have the sound to the absolute minimum, but everytime the flipping rocket-powered elevator in Terramorphius operates, it makes my ears bleed. Please, for the love of all that's holy, tell me I'm not the only person feeling this way.

The great computer crash of 11/1/2012 at 8:15PM. FML.

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Lighting things on fire is not limited to things in novels....

I fully approve of your plan.

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I was originally going to have a fire happen during the renovations of my MC's bookstore but I realized that was much too damaging for how I want the story to go. :( I'm going to go with vandalism instead.

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one of my character's lit an Auto Shop on fire - it kinda blow up. : )

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