How to Start a Fire with a Sandwich Bag
I don’t watch a lot of TV, but occasionally I get sucked into the Discovery show Naked and Afraid. The people on the show are insane, but I’m always fascinated by their incredible survival techniques.
Recently, I stumbled upon a viral YouTube video with the title “Can You Start a Fire with a Sandwich Bag? (Cool Survival Hack),” which is above. Now this YouTuber should sign up for Naked and Afraid as he would do very well with knowledge like this. Just in case you find yourself stuck in the wilderness or on Naked and Afraid, you should watch the two-minute video. Why not know how to start a fire with a sandwich bag?
This post was once a popular Travel Video of the Week post.
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