(**Caveman Goof = Goofy**)
"How to" Narrator:
(*Clears Throat*) How to Make Fire
The most rudimentary method requires taking two sticks and striking them together in a rhythmatic fashion. By doing this, one produces friction, thereby generating enough heat to create a spark.
[*Goofy hit two sticks against each other in rhythm like a musical instrument. The picture of a person in the stone book frowned*] (Goofy: "A-hyuck! How am I doing?") Bad part, alright, but it's not fire.
Another tyrannic method involves stalking the rare and elusive Flame-o-saurus.
[*Flame-o-saurus spat fire at Goofy, while Goofy used a net to try to catch some spitfire*] Of course, actually catching the fire is a far more difficult matter, fraught with terror.
[*Goofy got burnt, so he leapt into a puddle of water*]
By far the most dangerous method of eliciting fire is through a makeshift use of a lightning rod: a kite. To accomplish this, it is necessary to hoist the kite to appropriate height.
[*Goofy ran back and forth with a kite*] I said: Hoist the kite to appropriate height! (Goofy: "I'm trying! I'm trying!")
[*Strong wind blows, and the kite string caught Goofy's leg, carrying him with it*] Now you're getting the hang of it.
[*In the sky*] Once the kite receives its desired height, Mother Nature will do the rest.
[*Lightning struck the kite, shocking Goofy. Goofy fell on the ground and left a depression. Goofy had static electricity around his body.*] However, beware of accompanying side effects, such as static cling.
[*Trees, rocks and the Flame-o-saurus were attracted to Goofy. Goofy sneezed to release them, then there was rain above Goofy.*]