Even better when used inappropriately… like lighting bundles of sparklers at once, or lighting firecrackers and then throwing them at siblings, or lighting bottle rockets and tossing them end-over-end so you have no idea what direction they’ll shoot. Good times.
The ones that you make yourself with your buddy’s dad’s oxygen-acetylene torch. You know, the kind where you start by filling balloons then work your way up to garbage bags and then the county sheriff calls and says the neighbors complained that someone is setting off dynamite.
Pro tip: put a little water in the bag first to prevent static from setting it off before you are ready.
@macromeh Hmm is that the voice of experience? (the water tip). I can give the tip my brother learned the hard way. Aluminum is often a catalyst. Do not mix things in aluminum pie tins. He had to have 200+ pieces of red phosphorus taken out of his eyes, cut his hand and blew out the furnace pilot light.