Take "Fireworks Safety Quiz For 4th Of July" to spend the 4th of July happily and safely. Independence day is the day to cherish our freedom; it is the to remember our heroes and spend quality time with our family. While celebrating, we must also be cautious while lighting fireworks. This quiz provides you with the required information regarding the safety protocols to follow on the 4th of July. Play this exciting quiz and share it with your friends and family if you like it. All the best!
Great babysitters, just leave them with your kids and they'll be entertained for hours!
Hot! Hot enough to melt gold or burn your house down.
Safest when you light them from a glass bottle
Safe and one must light them casually
Not really that hot, it's just a sparkler.
It doesn't have a manufacturer's name or label.
You're in Minnesota but you had to drive to Wisconsin to buy it.
It says M-80 or at least your friend says that's what it is.
It has a label and instructions, but you don't need them, you got this.
Re-light them. Better get your money's worth.
Put them in your neighbor's yard and laugh, their dog is always digging up your flowers anyways.
Soak them in water.
Throw them away?? Leave them there, they will disintegrate.
Strapped to the roof, it will get plenty of fresh air up there.
In a cooler in the trunk, you don't want to smell hamburger the whole way.
In a cooler in the backseat. Something's in your trunk... don't ask questions.
In the front seat, close enough to the air conditioner.
A super awesome song from Top Gun, before Tom Cruise turned weird.
The office during 4th quarter.
Day 4 of left over meat
Actually it's the temperature where food borne bacteria grows when food is between 40° and 140°F.
Until everyone is full and no longer eating it
2 hours, if over 90°, then one hour
3 hours, if over 90°, then one hour
Until it smells funny
One at a time
2 at a time
3-4 at a time
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