The Best Use for Elon Musk's 'Not-a-Flamethrower' Is Crème Brûlée

Another part of the agreement absolving Musk's company from liabilities from customers' behavior "no matter how genius or stupid" included exemptions for such acts as "setting things on fire", and "smoking near the not-a-flamethrower".

The devices, priced at United States dollars 500 (approximately Rs 33,700) apiece, are being marketed and sold through Musk's other company, The Boring Company, which was set up in order to set up a subterranean transit network under Los Angeles to beat the city's endless traffic.

The serial business entrepreneur is behind SpaceX, Tesla, PayPal. "Works against hordes of the undead or your money back!" One couple even brought their baby to the flamethrower distribution event because hey, what isn't a family affair these days?

It continued: 'I will not use this in a house, I will not point this at my spouse, I will not use this in an unsafe way, The best use is créme brulee'.

It's finally been shipped to a small number of people who are using their new fire spitters to light spliffs, burn the top of creme brulees and generally torch everything in sight.

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Musk named the item "Not a Flamethrower".

Some customers are already trying to turn a profit on the device. You can buy one for $500. He has advertised the flamethrowers as "guaranteed to liven up any party", drawing a huge reaction online.

Musk, who is known for provocative antics, first mentioned plans to sell a flamethrower in December, and repeatedly plugged the idea on social media. The Boring Co.is based in Southern California, a region ravaged by wildfires.

Musk also tweeted out the terms and conditions for his "Not-A-Flamethrower", which will ostensibly protect his company from liability for the inevitable flamethrower injuries and property damages, which come along with ... you know, handing out actual flamethrowers to people.

Musk replied to him: "We don't think our product will be the cause of any wildfires, but The Boring Company is donating $10k".

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