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Man set a sphere made of matches on fire, and it is, in fact, lit

Have you ever wondered what a sphere made out of matches looks like when it's set on fire? Neither have I. But now you don't have to. Over the course of months, YouTuber All Is Art turned 42,000 matches into a large sphere, then set it ablaze.  I guess he put it right next to a million trees just for some added suspense. Does it say something about your personality if you enjoy watching the smoke more than the fire? Read more.
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