Plays with fire? Check!
Plays with hot stuff like molten glass? Check!
Plays with hot irons for woodburning? Check!
Plays with sharp carving tool? Check!
Okay, so melting glass is hands-down-by-far my very favorite thing to do, but I keep trying to expand my repetoire. Last time we were home, my little brother graciously offered to let me borrow his expensive woodcarving knife. Basically, I think he had pity on my ignorance and decided to shed some light on the importance of sharp tools if you want to cut wood. See, I'd bought this little beginner's set (cheap) of woodcarving scoops and spatulas, or whaterever the real names are for those things. He took one look, tried to scrape one of them across a piece of wood, shook his head, and got out his real woodcarving tool.
So, now, when I can't melt glass with a flaming torch, I can practice woodburning (more hot tools) or attempt to scoop out a pattern with the woodcarving tool.
Seriously addicted to slightly dangerous art? Check!