Fire really brings out the primal nature innate in every college student. Therefore, it’s always a welcome addition to any college house party.
Unfortunately, for most college students fire isn’t an option. However, if you are located on a campus in a rural area, and live off campus, fires might be a possibility.
HOW TO INCLUDE FIRE AT YOUR PARTY
Tiki torches are cheap, versatile, and can help you add some firey fun to you next party. All you need to do is buy the torches, fill them with torch fluid, and place them strategically around your yard / house. Tiki torches are great for parties because they can serve as lighting as well.
Beware, college kids will pull them out of the ground and try to joust with them.
A chiminea is like a fire pit, but it usually has most of the fire closed off. This is great for when you want to include fire at your party, but don’t want people messing with it as much. The closed off chiminea will keep people from throwing plastic cups, beer, and other crap into your fire.
The fire pit is the most common way college students include fire at their house parties. Fire pits are great because they localize the fire in one area. people will congregate around the fire and talk. It’s a great way to start conversation, and get people to talk to each other rather than their normal clique.
Bonfires are like the big brother of the fire pit. People will congregate around them, but typically they will be much more rowdy. They will dance around it, throw shit in it, and in general just misbehave. The more fire you have the more primal people will act.
Inevitably, at least one drunk person will jump into the middle of the fire and start yelling “Diagon Alley!” In this case, extinguish them, and explain that they need to buy real floo powder if they want to get there, and to stop acting foolish.
People will try to burn shit.
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