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Twice-Strike Matches

Double-Headed Matches
 
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Have you ever worn out a match without it lighting? Or, maybe in your over-eagerness you broke off the tip?

Doesn't everyone deserve a second chance?

Twice-Strike Matches are a simple improvement on the standard wooden match--simply brilliant! The two-headed design doubles your chances of a successful "strike" and thus double your pyrotechnic pleasure.

Imagine, just when the match is about to die, your kindling still cold, then flash, a final burst of energy is the tipping point that sets your fire aglow.

(Not recommended for use as flaming batons for mice twirlers)

Monty6, Jun 02 2009

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       Already Baked--Two-Headed Match...RATS!
Monty6, Jun 02 2009
  


 

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