Do you more often 'fan the flames' or 'put out fires'?

AmandaYVR
I like words like 'fire' being used as a metaphor or idiom. I can think of many more phrases using it, but I'll stick to just this poll as a simple A or B.

Definitions (for those not familiar):

Fan the flames:
To exacerbate/intensify/worsen an already unpleasant/explosive/contentious, or even dangerous, situation/state/mood/climate; Cause intentional chaos or friction.

Put out fires:
To address and resolve a problem or conflict that needs to be dealt with quickly (without the benefit of time and carefully considered planning.); Do damage control.
Do you more often fan the flames or put out fires?
Infamous 4 yr old Zoe Roth, aka Disaster Girl, 2004 meme sensation (dont worry, its just a joke.)
Infamous 4 yr old Zoe Roth, aka 'Disaster Girl', 2004 meme sensation (don't worry, it's just a joke.)
Do you more often fan the flames or put out fires?
Do you more often fan the flames or put out fires?
An update on 'Disaster Girl':
https://www.refinery29.com/en-us/2016/07/116732/who-is-disaster-girl-meme
I fan the flames.
Vote A
I put out fires.
Vote B
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