Who wouldn’t want a flamethrower?

I have my computer setup to rotate through a certain folder of pictures for my wallpaper, and recently this was the picture:

Click image for a larger version (which makes a great wallpaper).

My wife came in the room, and I pointed to this and said I want one of these for Christmas.  Without missing a beat, she asked, “What would you do with it?”  I figured I shouldn’t get too elaborate (because that might concern her), so I said, “To burn stuff.”  Vague, I know, but women seem to not appreciate things like flamethrowers…  I don’t get it — how could it not be awesome?  There’s no shortage of ideas that would be awesome to try if I had a flamethrower (especially a military-grade flamethrower like the one shown above).

What would you do if you had a flamethrower?

9 thoughts on “Who wouldn’t want a flamethrower?

  1. BeBop

    Think of it this way…
    Most people own guns for self-defense and are typically useful in protecting your home/family. Imagine if you are a burglar stealing from the local webmaster of a highly acclaimed blog. And the webmaster walks out of his bedroom with a flameflower saying, “I smell chicken.”

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  3. Holiday Inn Express

    That’s almost the exact response I get when ever I mention wanting something awesome like that. I think it must be a conspiracy. If it wasn’t for women, men everywhere would be walking around with rocket-launching, laser guided, pump-action flamethrowers.

    1. MangoMan

      we would also have other awesome things, like moats (with gators) around our house, monster trucks in the driveway, and a bacon dispenser on the fridge. wouldn’t that be the life?

    2. Thomas Wayne

      I think it’s time we put our foot down! Women get all kinds of concessions / compromises, like new furniture, curtains, repainting, new appliances, etc. We should get a few things, like the stuff mentioned above, and a game room.

      1. Holiday Inn Express

        I fully support you comrade! Let me know how the Glorious Revolution works out for you.

      2. Mr. Destructo

        Reminds me of that scene from The Blues Brothers in the Soul Food Cafe: “Listen, I love you, but I’m the man and you’re the woman…”

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