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Mark's Story

12/31/1969

When I worked at a hardware store, we got these little keychain flashlights by my work area. I took a few of them apart just for fun, then stacked the batteries up (1.5v disc batteries). I may have gotten carried away as I stacked 10 batteries negative-to-positive, then taped them together to make a 20v stack of watch batteries. When I pinched them, I could feel the current from my index finger to my thumb, and I decided to try licking them. Bad idea. If you've ever licked a 9v battery, you know what that tingle feels like - this was about 40 times more intense. As soon as my tongue closed the circuit between my upper lip and the batteries, my jaw clenched shut, my head threw itself back and I saw lightning bolts behind my eyes. I wasn't able to taste anything for a few days afterwards and had a persistent headache for about 2 weeks afterwards. Luckily I didn't break any teeth, even though my jaw closed up faster than it's ever closed before (or since). Hurt like hell, definitely not recommended!!!

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12/31/1969

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12/31/1969

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12/31/1969

I have constructed five desktop computers since the first one that I built in 1989. Something you really DO must beware is opening *any* power supply unit. Just do not do it unless you have the proper training and equipment. Many of them have capacitors which can carry and retain a charge of several thousand volts. This is most definitely one case in which curiousity can kill you.

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12/31/1969

I put a poisonous bomb in my room that my Cousins gave to me, My unseuspecting friend wanted to play with the mystrious object and decided to throw it, that was the last time I saw my friend...and parents.

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12/31/1969

I put bad stuff and chemicals in my friends food. They died. lol. the cops never got me

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12/31/1969

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12/31/1969

Im a like kid from the eighty's so I've licked many a 9 volt battery. all it does is leave a tingle on your tongue. A strong one like Energizer will make a "flash" in your eyes. I'm assuming it's messing with your image receptors.

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12/31/1969

Im a like kid from the eighty's so I've licked many a 9 volt battery. all it does is leave a tingle on your tongue. A strong one like Energizer will make a "flash" in your eyes. I'm assuming it's messing with your image receptors.

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12/31/1969

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12/31/1969

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12/31/1969

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12/31/1969

My dad used to have his nieces and nephews lick a 9 Volt battery if they wanted to go to laser tag. He let us try. It is not as bad as it seems.

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12/31/1969

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12/31/1969

When i licked it, I went into shock and I had to go to the hospital. I am scarded of batteries

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12/31/1969

I've done this since I was a kid! And just a few weeks ago, we found our 16 month old walking around with a 9v licking it! He thought it was great :)

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12/31/1969

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12/31/1969

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12/31/1969

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12/31/1969

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Fabiana's Story

12/31/1969

Ya learn sonmihteg new everyday. It's true I guess!

Sherlock Holmes's Story

12/31/1969

Got a small zap, and that's it. 9 volts is not that powerful.

Jaedyn Davis's Story

12/31/1969

I fell out of a tree at my aunts house and I decided to climb it and the branch broke and I fell

Peter's Story

12/31/1969

I used to do this all the time as a kid to feel the tingle. Then, when I was less of a kid, in university, I was installing a 9v power supply. The kind that plugs in to the wall and has two wires coming out the other end. It's only 9 volts I thought..... It turns out amps are not the same a volts and a 9v power supply has *significantly* more power, and therefore more amps, than a small battery. My tongue uncontrollably and painfully twisted up in my mouth, and thankfully, away, from the two wires. No permanent damage and I still "test" every battery that comes out of our smoke detectors...

Robert Duncan's Story

12/31/1969

There was a particular maple tree in our front yard in Pewee Valley (an overall idyllic rural Kentucky community) during the 60's. This tree had a split trunk at the bottom, sending two trunks filled with sturdy branches up into the sky. Our yard was filled with maple, dogwood, beech and walnut trees amongst others; and this one was mine. I can recall hours on end during the summer of living in this tree, to the point that I would lower a rope and Mom would put my lunch in a basket and send it up. Yes, this type of thing didn't just happen on TV. A particularly awful day was the one where I was jumping out of the tree from one of the lower branches and I landed on top of a Yellow Jacket bee nest. Not being fond of having scrawny little 11 year old boys pouncing upon them, the bees swarmed out of the nest--- I received several stings from this. An hour later, I was back out at it again, a bit wiser and staying away from that spot.

lily's Story

12/31/1969

i was playing truth or dare with my friends and i was dared to climb a tree it was easy to get up but hard to get down my hand slipped and i fall thankfully it was gras s i had a broken arm and i had amesia for 3 wweks

lily's Story

12/31/1969

i was playing truth or dare with my friends at the park and i was dared ti climb up a tree so i did it was hard to get down i fell then my are was broken and i had amneisa

Joey S.'s Story

12/31/1969

I DIED SIXTEEN YEARS AGO ON THIS DATE. I WAS SLEEPING. I WOKE UIP BUT I STILL COULDN'T SEE. I DISCOVERED THAT I HAD A BLINDFOLD ON. MY BITCH ASS FRIENDS PUT IT ON. I WASN'T GOING TO MOVE BUT THEY EVENTUALLY CONVINCED ME TO WALK. THEN THEY LED ME STRAIGHT INTO THE MIDDLE OF THE FUCKING STREET AS A TRANSIT BUS WAS COMING TO PLOW MY ASS RIGHT OVER. I DIED AT 14 YEARS OLD. I NEVER GOT TO EAT ASS! DON'T BUY THIS MOTHERFUCKING BOOK. fUCK YOU DANNY!

Danny's Story

12/31/1969

well, I thought it would be absolutely hilarious if we gouged my friends eye out- but im too pretty for prison; so we just blind folded him fro a little bit. this went on for a few hours until we convinced him to walk into a street RIP JOEY S.

Karen's Story

12/31/1969

We let both of our children drink from glass cups (we do not own any baby sippy cups). My oldest son is almost 4 and youngest is just over a year. Nearly all of our glass cups are broken, but my oldest son handles them very well now and carefully puts it back on the counter.

habibi's Story

12/31/1969

I became electro from spiderman

Joshua's Story

12/31/1969

It was one of the best things to do at my holiday house my parents gave me the key and just told me try not to crash in a massive yard.

Joshua's Story

12/31/1969

When I was a kid it was my goal to take stuff apart and try and put it back together so it still worked as

Marcel Toing's Story

12/31/1969

You never would have believed this tree! It was as big as a battleship.

M&F's Story

12/31/1969

My 7 year old brother and I (age 9)made a fire by ourselves with matches, paper and wood. We learned how to use a match, and we toasted marshmallows as well. We also learned that fire is dangerous if you mess around with it but if you do it properly it's interesting and safe.

Riley's Story

12/31/1969

Burned an ant nbd

Jennifer's Story

12/31/1969

A hailstorm came up while I was riding my bike. I was several miles from my apartment. I was quite the sight balancing my bookbag over my head while racing down the sidewalk to get home. The same technique was useful twenty or so years later when a hailstorm rolled in while climbing the Rockies at 14000 ft.

Jennifer's Story

12/31/1969

Of course you did this? How else were you supposed to make sure the battery worked?

Gever Tulley's Story

12/31/1969

Every year, during Tinkering School sleep-away in California, we have a night when we make a big fire and let everyone burn things (nothing toxic or explosive). Sometimes we get amazing sparks from the experiments. I captured this image with a slow shutter speed and you can see how the sparks move around above the fire.

Manon's Story

03/08/2014

I\'m French, so obviously... Haha !

The Risky Kids's Story

03/01/2014

This was fun ... for about 5 minutes! And then you realize how much you use your thumb and forefinger! The best part about this was learning the trick of using nail polish remover to unstick yourself quickly. It\'s come in handy a few times since when we\'ve glued our fingers together on accident.

The Risky Kids's Story

03/01/2014

I loved the way this task was written in the book, because it didn\'t just tell you to go climb a tree. It gave you valuable information about what to look for in a good climbing tree and how to climb a tree safely. We have a great climbing tree in our front yard, and one day I went outside to find 5 kids in its branches. Made my heart so happy!

The Risky Kids's Story

03/01/2014

Ever since we made our first slingshot, we find ourselves always searching out good slingshot sticks when we\'re walking in the woods. Can\'t have too many! We had a blast this fall in our new house with a giant oak tree, using our bumper crop of acorns for ammo.

The Risky Kids's Story

03/01/2014

We spent a morning blindfolded - getting ready for and even walking to school! It really helps you appreciate how valuable your senses are.

The Risky Kids's Story

03/01/2014

We were amazed at just how flat the penny ended up! Nothing like a squashed penny to drive home the point of the sheer weight and force of a train. It was cool, and I think that the kids learned that getting run over by a train is a very bad thing.

The Risky Kids's Story

03/01/2014

This task had me a little freaked out! I\'m fine with putting stuff like Peeps in the microwave, but a CD? I\'d never do it again, but the wow factor is definitely something you should try with your kids once!

The Risky Kids's Story

03/01/2014

Every kid has a natural desire to play with sticks and throw rocks. If we forbid this kind of play, they\'ll just find a way to do it when we\'re not around, but without learning the \"rules\" that keeps anyone from getting seriously injured.

The Risky Kids's Story

03/01/2014

Do you know how hard it is to convince the kids you just want them to play with the vacuum, not use it for actual cleaning purposes?! Very cool task, and something I\'ve never tried before.

The Risky Kids's Story

03/01/2014

I was never allowed to touch my dad\'s tools growing up. Showing my kids how to drive a nail and use tools has been such a fun, bonding experience, and I especially love that my son AND daughter will grow up confident in these skills.

The Risky Kids's Story

03/01/2014

Perfect practice for our upcoming family trip to Spain. I didn\'t want the kids to freak out whenever a stranger (to them) leaned in for a couple of smooches!

The Risky Kids's Story

03/01/2014

We turned this into a family challenge in our front yard, which provided great entertainment for the neighbors! Not a hard task, but lots of fun.

The Risky Kids's Story

03/01/2014

This was the first Dangerous Thing we tried. My daughter was really excited to try it, but my son was wary. Everyone should try this at least once, just for the pure pleasure if seeing the expression on their kids\' faces!

mia kolek's Story

02/28/2014

I grew up in the village, where we have house with a huge garden. When i was little we have also many trees, one of them was my favourite, me and my sisters spent a long time on it, never felt, never scared. just once my nose bled, cause it´s been hit by ladder :D which i haven´t even used. then we cut out lots of them, that created a little jungle for few days, it was a lot of fun. Now I live in a city and once I saw small kids, who grow up in a flat, in the city and have weak relationship to nature obviously,climbing a tree. One kid got stuck up on the tree and asked for help the other one, he wanted to climb down and had no idea how to do that, the other kid said: \"use your imagination!\" Even now i´m laughing :D

Robert's Story

02/26/2014

Our family owned a cottage where my parents let me cut trees down using an axe and cut them into pieces for firewood with hand saws. Cut myself once on my hand (hut a lot!), but I learned from it. Really got me outside, having fun while working at the same time.

Robert's Story

02/26/2014

Our family owned a cottage where my parents let me cut trees down using an axe and cut them into pieces for firewood with hand saws. Cut myself once on my hand (hut a lot!), but I learned from it. Really got me outside, having fun while working at the same time.

Jakub Mareda's Story

02/03/2014

My dad would always let me disasemble old stuff, espetially PC components. At the age of 12, I was proud owner of many HDD disks (mean the disk from the inside of the box) - so smooth and beautiful. Whey were so smooth that they sled whole school desk with not much speed. I also had many super-strong magnets from HDD drives. Later on, I applied these things in many ways. Wire from the diskete drive heads served me for wiring tiny things. I used capacitors from PC mainboards to sustain electric arcs. I also learned how to assemble a PC, hot to set HDD jumpers and all of this. Give old PCs to your kids.

Paul's Story

01/31/2014

I was working with my kid on a science project. We decided to try an experiment wherein we filled a plastic vegetable bag with a mix of Oxygen and Acetylene (not quite the experiment the author had in mind, I am sure). We then inserted a length of cannon fuse (available at most dedicated gun stores) and set it off. We stood back 75 feet, put up barriers, and still felt the blast!

E M's Story

01/30/2014

Shifting a manual transmission car is empowering and a great collaborative activity.

Dave The Battery Licker's Story

12/10/2013

I licked one. It didn\'t really hurt or anything. Maybe the battery was low.

Lisa's Story

11/29/2013

I host a group of students in my classroom for what has become the latest buzzword activity:XSTEM. Buzzwords are meaningless to the kids walking through my door. After a few meetings with activities using safe materials to experience and demonstrate basic science principles, they asked if we could just do what they were callingTake Aparts. Not having any plan for how this would go nor having a clear sense of what they wanted or needed, I said sure, why not! They have taken apart every kind of every day appliance they could get their hands on. Aside from a few scratches, the kids are all fine despite adult skeptics who consider the most minor scratch a potential law suit. They are now at a cross roads which has developed into their understanding that they must now BUILD! I\'m going to toss into the mix recyclable plastic bags to see what they will do. Our XSTEM endeavors started out with adults pushing the idea onto the kids but the kids have taken control of their own process and created a more fulfilling experience. It is supposed to be about the kids, after all!

Pablo Jenkinson's Story

11/18/2013

I was climbing up a tree with only a few branches. I would say that the tree was about 10 feet tall. I managed to make it up about half way to the top when a thin branch broke and I slipped. (I should add that at the bottom of the tree was a broken barbed wire fence). as I slipped I got caught by a lower branch and was dangling off it for about 20 minutes. I thought the only way to make it down would be to jump. if I was to jump, I would fall into the fence and most likely die. I over came this when I called my mummy and she got me down. thanks!

greg's Story

11/13/2013

I fallen down a tree and broke my arm

Dillon's Story

11/10/2013

I built a bomb with all of the extra fireworks me and my friends had left over. It was over a pound of gunpowder when we got done emptying all of the fireworks. The bomb rattled my house, caught our lawn and a tree on fire and the smoke from the gunpowder covered the backyard. I got into a lot of trouble from both the police and my parents, the bomb was heard by out neighbor and she called the police. It was so worth it,I even blew up her mailbox a few weeks later with a sparkler bomb.

Alex's Story

10/28/2013

Whenever we go to the local safari park my 3 (now 4) y/o drives. He\'s pretty good, and we\'ve hardly crashed.

Greg's Story

10/20/2013

Got a large bowl of chilled water, placed a 60W bulb in it. Placed the bowl in my 1000W microwave and put it on 10 seconds on high the bulb lit nicely without destroying the microwave. Opened the door and went to take the bowl out only to find that it was very hot. Still, the coolest thing I\'ve seen... this would probably make some sort of good science thing to show highschoolers or something

Brennon's Story

09/10/2013

i did this it wasnt with a paper cup though it wasw with a gatorade bottle over a camp fire.

Jesus's Story

08/27/2013

I think it tastes good, like the burn from carbonation

Roger's Story

08/13/2013

After my parents divorced, my mom got a cool boyfriend who would let me drive to the beach and back on sunday mornings, about 3 miles each way. I think I was about 6 years old at the time. He started by letting me steer while idling around the neighbourhood. Eventually I was doing the whole thing - gas, brake, turn signals, I could barely reach everything sitting on his lap. He had a ~1980 Chevy Caprice Classic, fortunately those are very easy cars to drive. Not every kid can do it though. At 8-10 years old I also had a riding lawnmower and a boat. I let some of my friends drive them and some were just horrible! So just start somewhere safe.

Muhammad F . Makki's Story

08/05/2013

Can any friend tell me what happens if a Vacuum Cleaner suction pipe is brought near mouth. I have seen in many places in India young workers trying to clean their clothes ,hands , hair and face with a vacuum cleaner after the days shift. Is it dangerous to bring the suction pipe near the mouth , face and ears. Is it dangerous for respiration . I will be grateful for the info .

Chris's Story

08/01/2013

I\'m in the audio visual field and one day I had over a hundred 9v. batteries I needed to test. I licked each one before I put it on the voltmeter and about half way through I found I could usually guess the voltage within .2 volts.

Leah's Story

07/24/2013

I\'m a kid from the 80s so I did this all the time... made my tongue tingle and left a metallic taste in my mouth =P

rosanne's Story

05/23/2013

one day i went to school and me and my high school friends watered paper napkins and shot them to the ceiling. though it seemed harmless at first later my friend now needs glasses and eye drops cause too much of the napkins hit certain spots of her eye. my other friend now has asthma cause she chocked on the paper.

Deven M.'s Story

05/16/2013

We used to have contests to see who could do this the longest, one time I lasted so long my tongue started to smoke. Everything tasted metallic for a few days.

Deven M.'s Story

05/16/2013

I was doing this as a child and my mom tried to run my hand into things to teach me not to, she missed every time. And I still do it now.

Deven M.'s Story

05/16/2013

I did this. We didn\'t do to well with the spears but we also had bows and tried to hunt down cars that were passing by. Then played arrow roulette.

logan's Story

05/04/2013

i just put a Cd in the microwave and i was staring and i saw a small spark and it made me jump

lasarena's Story

05/03/2013

it burned the tip of my tongue, quite painful ;p

THEMNM's Story

05/02/2013

Fell from the jungle gym,wind knocked out,sprained neck.

rožica's Story

03/26/2013

When I was younger - child and my brothers and sister and other friends too, we clibmed on a tree and maked swing from ropes. on one small walnut tree were about three or four children at once. we clibed on the hazel bush and maked \"hiding place\". when my cousin was 6 to 12 years, he made high on cherry tree wooden house and swings from ropes. ewerything was and is wery good :)

Christopher Keen's Story

03/14/2013

Did it in science class

Lies Simons's Story

02/28/2013

When i was young we had a tree house, but the ladder broke off. My brothers and I love so much to climb the tree, that the ladder never got restored. Now my husband and I, while looking for a house say that a good tree for climbing in the yard is a MUST HAVE

Roy's Story

02/21/2013

I first started dissembling things when I was 3 it\'s not damgereous

Big Joe's Story

02/01/2013

It tastes like... electricity, not sure how else to describe it. It can make your tongue twitch and leave burn marks if you hold the battery on your tongue for a long time.

Sarah's Story

01/27/2013

In Kindergarden, me and this boy decided we were \"in love\". He said his parents told him that two people in love shared germs. I said that your tongue has a lot of germs. IT WAS GROSS.

Raph's Story

01/23/2013

We tried to carry a big aquarium tank out of the 1st floor and one of my friends dropped it. It cracked and then we had to smash it up to get it into the big wheelie bin outside. It nearly filled that one up :D

Raph's Story

01/23/2013

We tried to bend a strip of aluminium by heating it under the electric grill in the oven. Didnt work that well, but we were scared of getting a proper shock if the metal would have touched the grill...

Bridget's Story

01/20/2013

This was a jaw-dropping experience at Coyote Tracks in NJ, run by Tom Brown Jr and the Children of the Earth Foundation. My 8-year-daughter Sam and I had an entire week of amazing outdoor adventures, a few of them somewhat dangerous. However, I agree that participating in these activities - in a more structured and controlled environment - teaches indispensable risk management skills that kids can apply later in life. For those interested in tracking skills, primitive outdoor living skills and more, check out Coyote Tracks on the east coast ( cotef.org ) and the unrelated - but equally amazing - Coyote Trails on the west coast in Ashland, OR ( coyotetrails.org).

Katie's Story

12/02/2012

I did this with my kids, we bought lots of gloves and different containers to put it in. We put it in water and used food coloring to change the way it looked. Then we added dish soap to make MASSIVE AMOUNTS of bubbles, and banded a cloth over a bucket with dishsoap and dry ice and made it safER for my 3 year old to play with. They had SO much fun. We also made the wierd noises with pennies on dry ice. Such a great time!

MooreJ's Story

10/30/2012

Many love notes written and burnt this way before ever being passed to the lucky boy.

Kurt's Story

10/05/2012

I did this once by accident and found it pretty easy to get it sorted so I did it at school once as a laugh and stuck a pen to my hand and asked someone to try to take it! I would not advise it though because you can rip your kin off and it\'s a nightmare picking the remains of the glue off your fingers.

Kurt's Story

10/05/2012

I\'ve stuck my HEAD out the window many a time before!

Kurt's Story

10/05/2012

Me and a friend both tried this and although it\'s not too pleasant it\'s not painful. It seems safe to try and it\'s a great thing to dare people to do! It\'s almost like taking the spark unit out of an electric lighter and putting it half a centimeter from your skin and clicking it, but on your tongue with an intense metallic taste and it may make you jump a little. Don\'t do it for too long though

Louise's Story

08/21/2012

My friend told me to do it, I did it... tastes funny :)

Richard Hauser's Story

08/06/2012

Boiling water in a paper cup was a right of passage when I was a Scout. The funny part was someone would always want to do it with a Styrofoam cup, which doesn\'t work so well.

Richard Hauser's Story

08/06/2012

Well, I\'ve done a lot of appliances, but the memory that sticks with me to this day is my dad getting a couple of broken watches at a flea market which he allow me to disassemble. I had planed on reassembling them but 40 years ago there were these things called \"main springs\" which would fly out of a wind up watch when the back was removed. I tried for weeks to get the spring back in and weeks more just looking and learning about a true wonder of miniaturization.

Elton's Story

08/05/2012

The capacitors in things like tv\'s and microwaves can be quite dangerous even unplugged. I have only ever revived burns but it could kill you if your really unlucky. look for the lighting bolts!

Emily S.'s Story

07/29/2012

I let my 23 month old throw rocks in the backyard and at the park all the time. She knows not to throw them at people, animals, etc, and she doesn\'t. I think when things are absolutely forbidden is when children/people really want to try them and without guidance, they are a lot more likely to endanger others/property. I can\'t wait until she can skip rocks!

JoshKbosh's Story

07/25/2012

I made one out of a Stick, some rubber bands, and duct tape. Worked well untill the band snapped and lashed my arm. REALLY HURT

corando gallegos's Story

07/23/2012

Let me see, my daughter and I have done the following: 1. CD: sparks but makes poisonous gasses 2. Ivory soap: blows up like a ballon 3. a Grape cut in half but attached by a thin piece of skin and flat side up: plasma ball! 4. graphite pencil leads: plasma balls!

icandigit's Story

07/19/2012

I used to do this with my friends all the time! We\'d stick a penny to the tracks with a wad of gum and then wait for the train to pass. We\'d then have to go searching for it because the gum never really held the penny in place after it got squashed! These days, you have to spend $.51 to squash a penny in a machine! The kid in me is still compelled to make one - I have quite a collection! :-)

Merrylee's Story

07/09/2012

I had the perfect climing tree in my backyard growing up. I\'d climb up and sit on my favorite branch all the time

Marion's Story

07/09/2012

My son and his cousin spent hours throwing rocks into the water over the weekend. It was remarkable how much enjoyment they got from such a simple pastime.

Jackson B.'s Story

07/02/2012

FUN!

Jackson B.'s Story

07/02/2012

I do this quite a bit actually.

Jackson B.'s Story

07/02/2012

WOOT WOOT!!! That was fun!!!

Jackson B.'s Story

07/02/2012

I walk home from school almost everyday.

Jackson B.'s Story

07/02/2012

This worked better than i thought it would! :)

Jackson B.'s Story

07/02/2012

When I did this it knocked the wind out of me.

Jackson B.'s Story

07/02/2012

My mom yelled at me...

Jackson B.'s Story

07/02/2012

Surprisingly the micrwave didn\'t break, but it mad ethis god awful noise.

Jackson B.'s Story

07/02/2012

There was no fire, but the cup totally melted and was hard to ge toff the stove.

Jackson B.'s Story

07/02/2012

Now this really hurts! It like stuck to my skin! AND BURNED!!!

Jackson B.'s Story

07/02/2012

I do this all the time, especially skipping rocks.

Jackson B.'s Story

07/02/2012

Yup, the vacuum gave me a hickey! LOL

Jackson B.'s Story

07/02/2012

This was actually really hard to do, not a surprise really. But it was really frustrating also.

Jackson B.'s Story

07/02/2012

I did this and I felt like I was in the Hunger Games! LOL

Jackson B.'s Story

07/02/2012

Me and my brother Justin did this one, we got in quite a bit of toruble...

Jackson B.'s Story

07/02/2012

When I did this I hurt my thumb, but no biggy!!!

Jackson B.'s Story

07/02/2012

Who hasn\'t done this?! I do it pretty much everytime I\'m in the car! :D

Jackson B.'s Story

07/02/2012

I washed out my mouth so the cooties would go away. Just kidding I tried, but I got slapped.

Jackson B.'s Story

07/02/2012

Yea, not as hard as people are saying it is.

Jackson B.'s Story

07/02/2012

Me and my brothers all went out with bowls on our heads during a hail storm about a week ago. It doesn\'t hurt as much with a bowl.

Jackson B.'s Story

07/02/2012

I did this with my brothers and it actually wasn\'t as bad as I thought it would be. You just keep your mind off of it and you won\'t even notice, but then theres that little shock that makes you jump a bit! But it was fun. :)

Haley's Story

06/29/2012

i walk home from school everyday about a 10 minute walk so not a big deal for me

Leyvas boys's Story

06/22/2012

It felt like the battery was sucking my tongue

Tre Dodge's Story

06/20/2012

mmmmmmmmmm.... electricity

David Thornburg's Story

05/28/2012

In high school we were taught about Gay-Lussac\'s law relating temperature to gas pressure in a closed container. To check this out, a friend and I held a carbon dioxide cylinder (the kind used to make sparkling water)in a vise while heating it with a torch. There was a sudden explosion and the cylinder had blown out of the vise, through the wall of my friend\'s house, and stuck in a tree in his back yard. No one hurt, and I\'ve never forgotten this aspect of the Gas Law since.

Oleg's Story

05/21/2012

I have been trying to tempt my kids off computer games and thought what can be more attractive then some dangerous explosions and fire rockets. Using some cheap vodka and Nitrogen Oxide from cream whipper we made DIY rockets in the kitchen. Lots of fun!

amiri amine's Story

05/16/2012

the home is dangerous of te nature and we say never

lucas10122's Story

05/08/2012

it isnt dangerous!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

jc's Story

04/18/2012

I remember when I was 5-6 that I made a small fire from sticks and a magnifying glass and then proceeded to cook dough and small insects on it. I was so fascinated with the flames that I leaned in really close and burnt my bangs. I still remember the smell of burning hair....

Iznaya's Story

04/16/2012

My son throws things up on our roof so that he can climb onto it and retrieve them. We live in a converted cow shed that\'s attached to a working cattle yard, so he climbs using the cattle race. The only reasons we ask him to get off is because our drinking water is collected off the roof and also when we have visitors with children and their children try to follow, and their children have zero vestibular sense, let alone vestibular confidence. Once my daughter is tall enough to reach the roof from the cattle race she\'ll be doing it, too...she has a good teacher!

rascaalnes's Story

04/04/2012

IT WAS PRETTY HARD I MUST SAY. I DO NOT GO TO TRAMPOLINING. ONCE YOU\'VE DONE IT ONECE, YOU\'LL GET THE HANG OF IT THEN YOU\'LL BECOME A CHAMP

Matus's Story

03/28/2012

I climbed a tree last summer barefoot, bear style, hugging it. It was pretty amazing. I loved it. I will look make sure to go to the same event this year and help hanging the posters on the trees and lamps again. (The picture is from the year before.)

Spencer's Story

03/24/2012

At my neighbor\'s house, everybody was climbing trees. Even though I\'m horrible, I gave it a try. I was barefoot and as I grabbed a branch, the bark dug into my foot.

Jason's Story

03/19/2012

I recently allowed my son to sit on my lap and \"drive\" while on a camping trip. We were going no faster than 5 miles per hour through the campground. Well we passed the park ranger who quickly yelled at us to pull over, which was easy to do since we were only going 5 miles per hour. So after he got done speaking to the group he was talking to he came over and began to tell me how extremely dangerous it was to allow my son to sit on my lap while we drove. He ended up taking down all of my information and was about to write me a ticket, if it were not for my Uncle talking some sense into the guy. My Uncle ended up asking him who has not let their kid do this sort of thing and how it was a right of passage for all kids. Needless to say, I ended up getting off with just a warning and a stern lesson in safety!

Shhadeh's Story

03/07/2012

when I was a little kid I find it a lot more fun to disassemble all of my toys than to actually play in them, finding out how everything work was really interesting and I used to play with the motors (from the motorized toys) to make different things.

kate's Story

03/06/2012

I climbed the trees all my childhood. And I believe with a time it made me a perfect snowboarder and surfer)))

JD's Story

03/04/2012

At 13 my crazy uncle stopped his \'67 Mustang convertible, got out and walked around the car and said \"You drive\". We spent all day joy riding. At 10 I regularly cranked up our old \'60 3-on-the-floor Valiant wagon and drove it up and down the drive way. Didn\'t have any collisions until I got my license.

JD's Story

03/04/2012

Who *hasn\'t* done this? I grew up with my arm out the window. What would be the point of calling \"Shotgun!\" otherwise.

JD's Story

03/04/2012

Not much to tell, got a little buzz, nothing mind altering.

Savannah's Story

02/15/2012

I licked a nine volt battery. It tasted funny. It buzzed my tongue.

hi!'s Story

01/25/2012

i think it hurts a little but i tasted weird too

ed's Story

01/24/2012

I, ed jones, made myself a rope swing. My parents highly suggested that I dont, but I proceded anyway. I succesfully completed this wonderfull peice of fun out of a wooden stick and plyers, due to the lack of money to buy these highly expensive materials, then I tryed it out for the first time. I jumped of the roof, then relized that I didnt have the rope component of the swing. I took a plesent fall, untill landing on by back facing the summer sun. I was too paralized to move, thus damaging my cornia from over exposure to direct sunlight. I yelled for help over and over, but my parents, who told me not to, just stood there and laughed. They were standing right above me just telling me \"I told you so!\" this whent on for about five days untill they relized the pailness of my skin and puddle of blood left from my cracked head. I went to the hospital, hardly alive, than blacked out. I woke up in my own bed, relizing that a month had gone by, still with no apolagys from my parents for almost killing me. As soon as I was conces enough to recall this event, which is right now, I started wrighting this message. Please, never try this at home.

Jami's Story

01/10/2012

As a kid whenever my mom burned pillar candles my brothers (I have three, all older, I\'m the only girl) and I would run our fingers quickly through the flames. The faster you did it the less of a chance of getting burned. But my favorite was when we would dip our finger tips in the hot liquid wax. Making little caps of wax. Then we\'d slowly peel them off and check out our finger prints in wax. You have to be very careful to not rip it while turning it inside out. It was just so interesting to see our finger prints that way. Plus if you had itchy fingers the hot wax worked great for getting rid of the itch in a way scratching never could.

LC Cougs's Story

01/09/2012

We grew up near a college campus and would go dumpster diving for about 2 weeks at the end of the spring semester. This was when all of the college students cleaned out their rooms. We found computers, books, irons and ironing boards, sound systems, furniture, clothes, and all sorts of other great treasures. At the same time we collected soda cans and bottles and cashed them in at a nearby recycling center. I did get cut on a broken mirror once - so you just have to be careful.

max's Story

12/31/2011

it shocks you a little and it lasts long

Tom's Story

12/30/2011

Some years ago I let my godson destroy an old 14\" tv screen with rocks (we enjoy at godfather\'s!). We put it in the garden, plugged it by an extension and powered on. After many minutes of bounces on the glass, it finally crashed doing POF! The tv immediately powered off and some smoke came by the hole. Fortunately it didn\'t exploded as we could believe because my godson didn\'t have any protection and was even shirtless, but for his safety I told him to stay far away.

irfan's Story

12/16/2011

i did it and i smash someone\'s house, and then i run like hell

Jami's Story

12/14/2011

As a kid whenever my mom burned pillar candles my brothers (I have three, all older, I\'m the only girl) and I would run our fingers quickly through the flames. The faster you did it the less of a chance of getting burned. But my favorite was when we would dip our finger tips in the hot liquid wax. Making little caps of wax. Then we\'d slowly peel them off and check out our finger prints in wax. You have to be very careful to not rip it while turning it inside out. It was just so interesting to see our finger prints that way. Plus if you had itchy fingers the hot wax worked great for getting rid of the itch in a way scratching never could.

emma's Story

12/14/2011

it was fun

John's Story

12/09/2011

I was climbing a tree, but when i went at least 50 feet high(it was a red wood tree by the way)i was on a very weak tree branch. It broke and i fell at least 20 feet. Slam my Testicals, and broke my arm, and both my legs. I am now paralyzed, and need to be pulled/pushed out of bed every day.

Audra Marotta's Story

12/09/2011

I grew up in rural north central Illinois with roughly 8 acres of wooded forest at the back of our property. I\'d spend my summers outside, sunup til sundown, playing in these woods completely unsupervised. Most days I\'d climb trees to learn, to explore. I\'d discover spore mushrooms that blew out gorgeous clouds when squeezed, watch baby robins grow up inside their nests, pick wild raspberries that I couldn\'t reach from the ground, and imagine myself as the gatekeeper of the woods from atop the tree branches. By climbing trees my curiosity and love of science flourished, my sense of adventure strengthened, my imagination soared. Of course I often fell out of these trees onto the forest floor before and still have two distinct scars on my legs that evidence my days of youth. But every time I look at those scars I don\'t remember how much it hurt to fall. I remember how much fun it was to explore and to play.

Harley's Story

11/27/2011

I did this till I was six. It tasted like burned haddock.

Madhu's Story

11/25/2011

I had driven my dads car and hit it against our own compound... We have water tanks at roof top. I had climbed to the water tank myself. I have played with Soldering device... Got blisters!

dolly's Story

11/20/2011

As a kid, when we would visit my grandma, who lived blocks from a working railroad track, we did this all the time. We didn\'t think to tape it down, but part of the fun was searching all over to find your smooshed penny. The other fun part was watching as the train went by.

Ivan's Story

11/18/2011

I did this. All you feel is a bad taste, and that\'s it.

Katie's Story

11/16/2011

About 10 years ago, my VCR got a tape stuck in it, and I thought I could fix it myself. I unscrewed all the screws, lifted the top off, and pulled out the tape, snapping a previously-unseen plastic piece off in the process. It would not go back together again. My boyfriend at the time (now husband) bought me a new one for Christmas that year, our first Christmas together.

coryg's Story

11/16/2011

Axe tossing! I\'d take my kids & their friends camping for a few days with their promise that they\'d have fun & not follow any boundaries or rules!! What a great time & each year we\'d look forward to the trip. But the best activity was the axe tossing. They\'d compete to see who could throw the furthest & most accurate. BTW- the kids (1 boy & 3 girls) didn\'t have gender issues about the play.

Paul's Story

11/15/2011

Just built an ice pipe bomb with some plumbing. A chunk of the end cap shot out and put a hole in the plastic bowl that was holding it.

Josephine's Story

11/03/2011

My family and I went on a hiking trip. We climbed a tree!

SueNDylan's Story

10/30/2011

Not quite as underground as I first thought when I read this, but we found a tunnel under the road that the river ran through, the water is only a few inches deep and the tunnel was about 20ft long but it was DARK and like being properly underground but not quite as dangerous as going in a mine!! Dill loved the danger, you can ham it up as being more dangerous, asking to hold hands to make them the \"brave\" one (if you\'re a girl like me) so making him \"The Man\". He had to be brave for me, it made him feel 10ft tall. He\'s 8.

KD's Story

10/25/2011

When I was about 10 years old I saw my older cousin throwing rocks in a little row boat that was in the backyard. It looked like a lot of fun, so we turned it into a competition to see who could throw a rock in the boat from the farthest distance. This was actually a lot of fun until I accidentally, hit a car window with a rock and shattered the entire back window. When asked what happened we tried to hide the truth, but the truth came out when my baby sister and younger cousin who were also outside, told the adults what really happened. So in the end my parents had to pay for the damage, which they were not to pleased about, and grounded me for almost a month.

taze15's Story

10/18/2011

its ok

FCAsheville's Story

10/17/2011

My daughter is an advanced competitive gymnast...we skipped this one!

nordjoern's Story

10/12/2011

at age of ~8, I disassembled a 220V-power distribution device while plugged in. Touched the interior and got an electric shock. Had to sit down fpr 5 minutes. Survived! Yeah!!!

Lauren Whisk's Story

10/07/2011

when i was about 9.i went to my friends house and we played hide and seek while her mum was cooking dinner.Me and one of my friends decided to climb a tree and hide up there. Our other friends were looking for us for about 10 minutes. In the end they fount us. However, as we were getting down my friend slipped of a branch and brought me down with her.I broke my right arm and my left leg. I have never bin in a tree since.

Janet Costello's Story

09/29/2011

We are doing them all! http://iblog4boys.blogspot.com/2011/06/01-lick-9-volt-battery.html

William's Story

09/26/2011

Just recently i was playing frisbee of of a tree and getting down i had to slide down a steep branch when i got to a straighter branch i hit a stump sticking out of the tree and i slid off and landed on my back and head. i had a scrape on my elbow and a headache but all in all it was awesome.

Claire's Story

09/16/2011

Katie and I climbed trees many years. We always wanted to climb the higher than the other. it was something I will always look back that will make me smile. terrific memories.

Dayna's Story

08/28/2011

It tasted salty, burny ,and totally delicious! (just joking)

Stella's Story

08/15/2011

me and my dad we just trying to think of something to do when i remberd the book i had gotten for my birthday. we dicided on a project ,Break the Recipe Rule Book, and started. the recipie was \"chopped walnuts, 1/8 teaspoon vanila, 2 eggs, 5 tablespoons milk, 1 cup flour, 3 teaspoons 2 tablespoons brown sugar, 1/2 cup oatmeal, 2 teaspoons ovaltine,small pinch of salt,1 and a quarter tbsp peanut butter and a cup of chocolatte chip. we tried it and decided that we put in WAY to much oatmeal andf next time we would reduce the oatmela to about half of its size

j and e\'s mom's Story

08/09/2011

we dug a very deep hole (~ 4\") in the backyard, filled it with water, stripped down to our undies and played chest deep in a mud pit for two hours!

Alex's Story

07/30/2011

When I was a kid I loved driving nails in anything I could get my hands on. When my parents saw me driving a nail they warned me to be careful, but did not tell me not to do it. I still remember the time I accidentally hit my right index finger (I guess I decided to be ambidextrous), it hurt like hell and now you can still see that the finger is a bit different from the others (although it\'s almost unnoticeable); it only stopped me from doing it for a few days, then as soon as it got better, I started doing it again and never got hurt after that.

Michael Love's Story

07/25/2011

I have sneaked into a bunch of places. Concert, pools, buildings, etc...

tyler's Story

07/16/2011

i nver get hur climbing trees

Annonymous's Story

07/14/2011

Pet a hedgehog. Unlike porcupines, a hedgehog\'s quills are not barbed, nor are they meant to stick into an attacker and be pulled off the animal. They also tend to lay their quills flat if they\'re comfortable, and only become prickly when they feel threatened

Tim's Story

07/10/2011

I picked my nose in public!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Claude's Story

07/09/2011

Did it all the time as a kid. It kinda gives a funny taste, but no zap.

Karen's Story

07/08/2011

I licked a 9-volt battery to test that it was still working - I heard that you could do it to check it, and sure enough, my tongue tingled, and it tasted funny.. no big deal. And the battery worked :)

Brenda's Story

07/06/2011

As the mom of 5 boys, and a former tomboy myself, I am surprised and amazed that we have to have experts tell us how to let our children experience the world. I am also an early childhood educator and have seen children who have never played in mud or sand or with finger paint! Here is one for you, make a homemade zipline. My 14 year old twins designed and built this...by climbing the trees at each end!

Natasha's Story

07/06/2011

My kids always vacume, its annoying but they have never lost an eye

Gabriel Reasoner's Story

07/06/2011

I love to read. I read everyday. When this book came in the mail I begged Mom to let me do something Dangerous every day of summer. She said some we can’t do, but some I can do and put up on youtube. I licked the 9 volt battery today and it felt kinda like a bee stung my tongue, but was cool. I did it 3 times

Steve's Story

07/03/2011

When I was a kid we had a huge, non-functioning t.v. in the basement and I was allowed to take it apart and (try to) put it back together whenever I wanted. Loads of fun!

mahacarol's Story

06/28/2011

My dad always used to cook fish for us this way when we were little. I need to do this with my son, I had forgotten about it. The wash cycle was perfect. Put a little lemon and dill in with some spice and the fish, crimp edges of the foil. Comes out perfect!

Rick's Story

06/27/2011

During grammar school, like 6/7th grade, a friend and I used to dumpster dive at the local high school during summer break to see what kind of cool things we could find. A few time we found the old fluorescent bulbs intact in the dumpsters. At first we started taking them out and throwing them at the wall and floor. What was cool is they broke on impact and essentially turned to dust. Being fans of Star Wars and swordplay in general, we started recreating the best fight scenes that we could remember with these things. You could essentially get 2 hits out of each tube, the first would break it in half and that piece would fall and shatter. The second hit would reduce it to the metal hilt(where it screws into the light fixture). My best memory of this is jumping off the dumpster and in one case the top of a bus swinging downward and the person on the ground blocking it. The sound of breaking glass and the little cloud of dust that formed was the coolest thing we have seen thus far in the beginning of our spiral downwards into delinquency.

Jessecuster's Story

06/27/2011

Chasing my sister around the house, she ran inside and locked the glass screen door. While she was making faces at me, I chose to karate chop the screen door, completely shattering it in the process.

Jess Flint's Story

06/26/2011

I climbed trees all the time as a kid! Nearly every day. The only falling I ever did was falling asleep on a big branch....well i guess that\'s more dangerous....

Carme's Story

06/26/2011

Between my 6 and 9 I passed most of my summers up in the trees and I never fell. I used to swing in some branches too, like a little monkey-girl. Never my grandparents told me I could fall or not to do that, most of times they encouraged me, and that was great!

Janice's Story

06/25/2011

When we were kids and the microwave came out my parents bought one. I guess one day my brother and sister and I decided to put a whole pund of butter, foil and all in the new microwave. It sparked, it melted and made a huge mess and fried the microwave!! My parents had to get a new one and of course we were all punished. Do not try at home!

Boo's Story

06/25/2011

After mummys\' class one day she took the children and I in her van and I sat in the front seat for the first time and stuck my hand out the window. We didn\'t get a ticket and I didn\'t break my arm.

Boo's Story

06/25/2011

I like to kiss French-wise.

Whalepoo's Story

06/24/2011

Dig a Hole.

Janet's Story

06/24/2011

My 6 year old daughter did this one without my consent or even knowledge. She had intentions of making a snow globe, and actually used a glass jar. (Not sure why she thought freezing it was necessary lol) Anyway it had water and rocks and grass and flowers too. She cried because her jar broke, but at least she knows what will happen if she freezes a jar full of water. We have a new jar and will be making a visit to the craft store one of these days.

ARGO_MIKE's Story

06/24/2011

we were an a road trip out to banff, my parents, 3 of us brats,aged 13, 12, and 10 and a 1969 dodge and a apache camper trailer.. the transmission went in the car just outside winnipeg. we camped in a old schoolyard. they shop gave us a old 64 mercury as a courtesy car. my father let us drive this thing around this schoolyard, as a joy ride, told us not to leave it on empty, and to take turns, one of us would steer, the other would work the peddles, and the other was the lookout, because we would be kneeling on the seat to see over the dash. we had one cop come over to see how we were making out, and if our family needed anything but never said anything, but, be careful..... try camping in any schoolyard these days...

Kathy Mulholland's Story

06/23/2011

I dared to not like people. By that, I mean as a child I observed how certain other children acted, and decided I did not want to be behave like them. For example, on the television program _Little House on the Prarie_, I decided to act nothing like the character Nellie. I knew enough \"real life Nellies,\" and I wanted to be kinder and less selfish. So I grew up deliberately trying to be kind (even to the \"Nellies,\" of course) but daring to decide for myself what was \"popular\" or who was \"socially-acceptable\" for my friends. This approach enabled me to make many friends across traditional socio-economic lines. As children are taught in school to value diversity and [show] respect [to] everyone, it is risky for them to disengage from others they feel are not good to have as friends....they risk being called names such as snob, shy, picky, even racist. This is because, sadly, it is \"politically incorrect\" and therefore dangerous to judge people by any measure, including the \"content of their character.\" In a society where diversity and tolerance are rightfully valued, our children are not learning that it is important to discriminate based on observations and information compared and considered with their own values (or the values taught by their families and cultural/faith-based groups)...prejudice means judginging someone unfairly without considering that person\'s individual merit, or jumping to conclusions based on assumptions about a generalized group...but if children are constantly told \"tolerate everything/respect everyone\" then they begin to doubt their own instincts in choosing friends and selecting positive role models. My middle-school aged son was involved in an \"intervention\" to address a disupte he had with another boy. The other boy complained, \"You just don\'t lke me because I\'m fat!\" To which my son replied, \"No, my best friend\'s fatter than you. I don\'t like you because you\'re a jerk.\" Now this wasn\'t the kind of thing the guidance councelor probably wanted to hear, but I was glad my son was confident enough to assert his dislike for the other boy based on the boy\'s behavior. (That being said, at the same time the \"anti-Nellie\" little girl in me was appalled he had called someone a name!)

Heather\'s big sister's Story

06/23/2011

Never put a cat on your head! (My little sister did this - even after repeatedly being told not to). \"Bootsy not only went to the bathroom on my sister\'s head, but it was diarhea. To make matters worse, my mom put her in the tub - clothes and all - and turned on the water. What a mess!

Terry's Story

06/22/2011

Our version was an old parachute and jumping off the roof of a 2 story house. The parachute didn\'t work but we weren\'t hurt either

Rachel's Story

06/20/2011

My 5-year-old son is a natural climber. Recently, the kids were playing hide-and-go seek in the backyard. After searching under every chair and table...I finally looked up. There he was, probably about 8 feet up in our tree...with a huge smile in his face. It was a glorious feeling!

moi's Story

06/14/2011

did this @ the maker faire event!

Johanna's Story

06/07/2011

I did this many, many years ago. I am almost 50 years old and some of the thing that on this site I did growing up. I did the blind fold for an hour thing at a Girl Scout camp and did get a couple bruises but was not injured severely. I have done this with my own children and some of their friends when we would play \"Let\'s Pretend\" I tried to make it into a game and was able to teach them at the same time. I commend Mr Tulley for coming up with this book and school I just wish there was one in Texas. Good Luck with the book, camp and the school.

Salman's Story

06/05/2011

In high school, I had watched a video of Pakistan\'s military men on TV, training for parachute and I noticed how they fell to the ground using this technique. Then, I tried it for the first time by jumping off the second floor balcony of my high school. I had landed on a grassy ground and hadn\'t had any injury, in fact it didn\'t even hurt a little. Of course after that my friends used to call me the \"pagal Salman\" meaning, mad Salman.

Alan's Story

05/31/2011

Im now spending time in the Hospital trying to remove my cooties

Bruce's Story

05/24/2011

When I was about 9 years old a kid I just met and I climbed a tree in his grandmother\'s back yard. It was some kind of really old fruit tree with a big trunk that branched into three about 6 feet off the ground. We both climbed into one of the branches as far as we could. Suddenly, the branch broke off at the base and we came crashing down with it. I thought is was fun! He cried.

Daniel's Story

05/12/2011

When I licked a 9-volt battery it tingled a lot and tasted funny. Then my dad burned steel wool. It made little sparks and glowed orange once. I tried it too. Then my dad burned it with a propane torch. It burned and turned into tiny balls. - Daniel (7 years old)

Chris's Story

05/11/2011

Licked them a couple times, on dares...also put steal wool on them, it causes a fire.

Mary Beth's Story

05/09/2011

On a camping trip the little 5 year old pyromaniacs had to be closely supervised around the campfire. Mostly the adults didn\'t want sparks and smoke but someone got curious about burning a cup of water. The cup lasted a long time! Initial excitement in the beginning when the top of the cup burned off but then it was a long, slow, mesmerizing wait as water and fire battled it out. Water prevailed....until it evaporated. A quick flame at the end provided a grand finale.

itsadoozy's Story

05/08/2011

We ahd lots of Easter Peeps laying around aso we nuked them...with fun resuls....Very big puffy Peeps!!!

Mori's Story

05/07/2011

I drove the jeep with my uncle. I felt powerful, like a god. With 5 tons of metal you can go anywhere (except not in the water). I steered while my uncle worked the pedals. We drove at an empty campsite - I went around curves and in a circle. It was so fun.

Liz Smith's Story

05/05/2011

Fire is an awesome thing, it creates and destroys and often simultaneously. My sons Josh and Hooper can often be found hovering around our backyard fire pit testing the power of the flame. Water is a necessity, as is basic safety(no bare feet, long pants, awareness) and we have learned some powerful lessons. Fireplay from a fairly early age-s\'mores were just the beginning- has allowed my sons to be aware, be careful and be adventurous. My eldest, now fifteen, is a certified blacksmith and has constructed a simple traditional forge with his dad in our urban backyard. The nine year old has created primitive pigments and used the blackened ends of sticks to draw and decorate the patio(rain washes it away) and on occasion himself. We have cooked entire primitive meals over this fire pit, and watching the boys experiment with both the heat and the aftermath of fire has been a powerful parenting tool. We have burnt fingers, made holes in pants, and seen what happens when we heat a variety of materials. Being able to be safe and independently explore fire is a necessary skill, it confirms knowledge is safety, and it allows them to hold the power to create objects and light the night skies.

Josh's Story

05/02/2011

Suddenly it started to hail so we all grabbed salad bowls and ran outside. It was really loud under there. The hail hurt less than I thought.

Gus's Story

05/02/2011

Green rice in a paper bowl! In Gever and Julie\'s book they say you can boil water in a paper cup. But, can you cook rice in a paper bowl? We find out: http://flickr.com/gp/brocchini/j9U996 Now, it is proven. You can cook rice in a paper bowl over an open flame. But if you use green paper, you will get green rice.

Brendan & Connor's Story

05/02/2011

we sliced some apples, sprinkled them with cinnamon and sugar, and put them in two layers of foil (crimped edges..) short cycle (47 min) of dishwasher.. and indeed, as you said, they cooked! next time, thinner slices and bigger packet! :)

Connor & Brendan's Story

05/01/2011

First experiment burned holes in the bottom. 8 oz compostible paper cup. Smallest gas burner. Tried with mesh and without on different sized burners. Mesh seemed not to work. Maybe a solid piece of metal would be better. The cup in your photo looks like plastic. The flanges burned, then tried again with 12 oz sized cup offset on the medium burner, and after initial burning of some of the flange (if that\'s the right word), then it dripped, then stopped dripping, then the water got hotter and hotter! We love this one! The smell of burning paper, the look of the water bubbles rising. We put a thermometer in. We made tea for mom with the water boiled in paper cup.