They say the world can change in a flash of lightning. Actually, maybe they don't -- but it sounds like something "they" would say, doesn't it? At any rate, my world was changed the second I found out what happens when a bolt of lightning strikes a bourbon-filled Jim Beam warehouse: Firenados -- the slightly less exciting cousin of the vaunted Sharknado, but certainly more thrilling alternative to the standard, non-flammable tornado (sorry Helen Hunt).
When a bolt of lightning hit this Kentucky-based warehouse, 800,000 gallons of bourbon spilled into a nearby retention pond before immediately bursting into flames, before said flames were whipped up into a 50-foot-tall inferno of fiery, alcoholic death. For something like this to happen, you need a flammable surface atop a body of water, a spark, and atmospheric conditions that can create the wind necessary to provoke a flaming twister -- so enjoy it while you can, because this may be the last firenado you'll ever see.