So I would drop the pyro perception
What about Torched and Restored? is that any less dangerous?
Remember the fire in a club in R.I. caused by the props of the band "Great White?"
I thought that the "great white" fire was done with pyrotechnics (aka Fire Works)? is lighting matches or a lighter actually the same?
The restaurants are REAL TESTY about fire.
I wish the restaurants where as TESTY about employees washing their hands. About once a year you hear about a salmonella outbreak or other cases of food poisoning.
Is it really fair to compare this tragedy in a night club done with fire works to a magic trick done with a lighter? If so, I'm glad that i don't smoke. I mean, lung cancer is bad enough, but risking my life like that about 20 times a day just while lighting the cigarettes
On the other hand, i would recommend against pyro perception as I believe the blisters may be too small if you are performing for a large table. they don't last that long, and you don't really want to have to walk around a large table showing each person individually that you burnt a blister with a card on your finger.
and one other question? can you still smoke in restaurants where you live? if not, you might not want to do any fire tricks as there won't be anyplace to put your ashes