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Kung Fu Master breathes smoke and fire..

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Kung fu master exhales fire using only his mind, body and a mouthful of sawdust

You normally expect to see a kung fu master breaking bricks with their heads or snapping spears on their chests.

However, martial artist Liu Fei packed handfuls of sawdust into his mouth and while fanning himself, he breathed out smoke and flame.

The man from Mianyang in south west China achieves this amazing feat without the assistance of a lighter or open flame.

How does Fei do it?

http://metro.co.uk/2...awdust-4819888/

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He is going to pay dearly for that as he ages. Smoke kills lung tissue .and brain cells, kids Any kind of smoke.

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I don't think this is supernatural. I don't have time to research how he did it, but I'm guessing friction between the sawdust particles.

Rub two sticks together = fire.

Or maybe it's sleight of hand (hiding something in his mouth, etc). Could also be similar to fire-eating techniques.

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I don't have time to research how he did it,

By clicking the link in the OP and reading the short text.. you'd have a quick clue :lol:

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Oh ok I guess you were right. I only watched the video. My bad.

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Talk about hellitosis. lol

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That quite the campfire alternative. "Who wants roasted bad breathe weiners?!?" "Me! ME!!!"

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