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(When Worlds Collide) (Got a light?)
Zeus lights a cigar with a lightning bolt.
"Thank you, Sir."
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'Do you mind!!?'
Smokers' Museum: We smoked these everywhere, even in public places!
Lighting a pack of Nicotene gum.
"It's called fire. Isn't it neat?"
Man on desert island asks for a lighter rather than a rescue.
'When we first met, there was absolutely no par between us...'
'Man, times have changed.'
'Someone needs to invent concerts so we can hold these over our heads when the band is really awesome.'
"I take it that's your last word on our new contract offer?"
'I don't know, Sparky. I think you just met your match.'
'Damn it! I can never remember which one's the lighter.'
Air guitar. Air lighters.
'Don't look now, but there's my former flame.'
Attack using an offensive weapon
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'Sorry it took so long, lady. Let me warm the pizza up a bit for ya.'
'Oh they needed a light from you, did they? For the last time, don't ever play with matches!'
"Careful - the aftershave is flammable."
1605 - Guy Fawkes bitterly regrets leaving his matches at home.
'Of course these lighters doesn't work. They're especially made for non-smokers!'
The quick drag Dragon. For use outside restaurants and theatres for a quick smoke.
''To make a fire make a strong bow strung loosely with a shoelace. Then spin a dry soft shaft in a small block on a bone dry hardwood.'