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* Several quests in ''VideoGame/WorldofWarcraft''have you do this, but the most memorable was one where you had to blow up a building. The reason it was memorable is because the first step was to create a trail of gunpowder using a full barrel. The trail could look like anything you wanted. Then you dropped a torch in the gunpowder...

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* Several quests in ''VideoGame/WorldofWarcraft''have ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' have you do this, but the most memorable was one where you had to blow up a building. The reason it was memorable is because the first step was to create a trail of gunpowder using a full barrel. The trail could look like anything you wanted. Then you dropped a torch in the gunpowder...

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* In ''Film/{{Hatchet}}'', Ben tosses Misty's zippo at Victor Crowley to turn him into a ManOnFire after first dousing him in gasoline.

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*Several quests in ''VideoGame/WorldofWarcraft''have you do this, but the most memorable was one where you had to blow up a building. The reason it was memorable is because the first step was to create a trail of gunpowder using a full barrel. The trail could look like anything you wanted. Then you dropped a torch in the gunpowder...

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* ''Film/TheButchers'': After being soaked in kerosene when Kip smashes a lantern on him, the Zodiac Killer is set alight when Daisy tosses Simon JB's lighter, who ignites it and drops it in the spilled fuel.


* In season 3 episode 4 of ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' a zippo is left behind to blow up a building. Interesting note is it is not actually seen being dropped or tossed, but the camera focuses on it left on the floor to light the gas pool. Later in episode 6 the scene is replayed and the zippo appears to be tossed, but again, not on camera.

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* In season 3 episode 4 of ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' a zippo is left behind to blow up a building. Interesting note is it is not actually seen being dropped or tossed, but the camera focuses on it left on the floor to light the gas pool. Later in episode 6 6, of the same season, the scene is replayed and the zippo appears to be tossed, but again, not on camera.


* In season 3 episode 4 of ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' a zippo is left behind to blow up a building. Interesting note is it is not actually seen being dropped or tossed, but the camera focuses on it left on the floor to light the gas pool.

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* In season 3 episode 4 of ''Series/AgentsOfSHIELD'' a zippo is left behind to blow up a building. Interesting note is it is not actually seen being dropped or tossed, but the camera focuses on it left on the floor to light the gas pool. Later in episode 6 the scene is replayed and the zippo appears to be tossed, but again, not on camera.


* Used in ''Film/KungFuHustle'' by the leader of the Axe Gang to set a woman and her son on fire to punish the denizens of Pig Sty Alley. [[spoiler:[[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] when the lighter is caught midair by one of the kung fu masters living incognito there.]]

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* Used in ''Film/KungFuHustle'' by In ''Film/KungFuHustle'', the leader of the Axe Gang dramatically holds up a lit lighter as he threatens to set a woman and her son on fire to punish the denizens of Pig Sty Alley. When nobody confesses to the earlier attack on one of the gang members, Brother Sum shrugs and tosses the lighter. [[spoiler:[[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] when The Coolie steps forward to catch the lighter is caught midair by one of in the kung fu masters living incognito there.air before it hits the gasoline]], and he closes the lid on-screen to extinguish the flame.]]


* ''Series/{{Arrow}}'': In the episode Burned, a pyro attempts to light someone on fire by tossing a lit zippo but Arrow in typical hero fashion fires an arrow at mid flight. It is still gone and never recovered.

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* ''Series/{{Arrow}}'': In the episode Burned, "Burned", a pyro attempts to light someone on fire by tossing a lit zippo but Arrow in typical hero fashion fires an arrow at mid flight. It is still gone and never recovered.


* In the ''ComicBook/SwordsOfSorrow: Lady Zorro and Black Sparrow'' one-shot, Black Sparrow lights her lighter and tosses it into a pool of gasoline leaking from a wrecked car to cause an explosion to allow her Lady Zorro to escape from the demon Shard.

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* In the ''ComicBook/SwordsOfSorrow: Lady Zorro and Black Sparrow'' one-shot, Black Sparrow lights her lighter and tosses it into a pool of gasoline leaking from a wrecked car to cause an explosion to allow her and Lady Zorro to escape from the demon Shard.


* In the music video for [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9EM8T5K6d8 Another Day]] by Modestep the character having a GroundhogDayLoop tosses a [[BrandNameTakeover Zippo]] on a car about half way through the video.

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* In the music video for [[https://www."[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9EM8T5K6d8 Another Day]] Day]]" by Modestep the character having a GroundhogDayLoop tosses a [[BrandNameTakeover Zippo]] on a car about half way through the video.


* ''Film/{{Deadpool 2016}}'' Uses a car lighter in a similar fashion... well he uses it incorrectly and it gets tossed [[spoiler: out of a guys mouth after Deadpool shoves it in his mouth and tells him "I've never said this, but don't swallow."]]

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* ''Film/{{Deadpool 2016}}'' Uses a car lighter in a similar fashion... well he uses it incorrectly improperly and it gets tossed [[spoiler: out of a guys mouth after Deadpool shoves it in his mouth and tells him "I've never said this, but don't swallow."]]


* In the music video for [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9EM8T5K6d8 Another Day by Modestep]] the character having a GroundhogDayLoop tosses a [[BrandNameTakeover Zippo]] on a car about half way through the video.
* Similarly, midway the video for "Crazy in Love" by Music/{{Beyonce}}, Music/JayZ [[AWildRapperAppears appears]] and drops a lighter into a trail of lighter fluid setting a car on fire before starting his rap solo.
* In the [[https://youtu.be/ma9I9VBKPiw?t=167 music video]] for the Music/ArcticMonkeys' "Fluorescent Adolescent", a character drops his lighter to ignite a VaporTrail.
* In the music video for Music/{{Madonna}}'s "What It Feels Like For A Girl", Madonna's character dumps a lit cigarette lighter onto spilled gasoline to cause a gas station to explode before she drives off.

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* In the music video for [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f9EM8T5K6d8 Another Day Day]] by Modestep]] Modestep the character having a GroundhogDayLoop tosses a [[BrandNameTakeover Zippo]] on a car about half way through the video.
* Similarly, midway the video for "Crazy "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViwtNLUqkMY Crazy in Love" Love]]" by Music/{{Beyonce}}, Music/JayZ [[AWildRapperAppears appears]] and drops a lighter into a trail of lighter fluid setting a car on fire before starting his rap solo.
* In the [[https://youtu.be/ma9I9VBKPiw?t=167 music video]] video for the Music/ArcticMonkeys' "Fluorescent Adolescent", "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ma9I9VBKPiw Fluorescent Adolescent]]", a character drops his lighter to ignite a VaporTrail.
* In the music video for Music/{{Madonna}}'s "What "[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYwgG2oyUbA What It Feels Like For A Girl", Girl]]", Madonna's character dumps a lit cigarette lighter onto spilled gasoline to cause a gas station to explode before she drives off.


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* In the web short Film/DirtyLaundry the "[[Comics/ThePunisher main character]]" subverts this trope by leaving the lighter behind after dousing the villain in alcohol. [[spoiler: Then it is played straight and justified by one of the villain's victims as she picks it up and tosses it on him.]]

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* In the web short Film/DirtyLaundry the "[[Comics/ThePunisher "[[Film/ThePunisher2004 main character]]" subverts this trope by leaving the lighter behind after dousing the villain in alcohol. [[spoiler: Then it is played straight and justified by one of the villain's victims as she picks it up and tosses it on him.]]

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