Posts Tagged ‘tricks’

Fun Trick Gum

Saturday, March 27th, 2010

Trick Gum

Trick gum is a gag classic that everyone still gets a kick out of. Actually, trick gun is such an old gag-that people play along just to see the effects. Kids especially love trick gum because it such an accessible gag. Start at under one dollar each, trick gum is the type of gag that you’ll be able to use on all of your groups of friends. If someone does fall for it, though, be on the look out for some flying fists! No one accidently wants their mouth filled with dye! The dye, it should be noted, is non toxic-just to put any fears at bay. Gags are loved by kids and old folks alike; everyone can get some enjoyment in their use.

For some old fashionable dry humor, try out a gag like a pack of trick gum- it’ll be the talk of the playground (or HR meeting…) in no time at all!

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Amazing Inexpensive Magic Escape Tricks

Sunday, March 14th, 2010

Magic Escape Tricks
As a budding magician, using magic escape tricks has really helped up my game. I want to specialize in escape magic and I have found these products to be of a quality necessary to give a lasting performance. I especially like the siberian chain escape trick. The chains have a sturdy feel and heavy build, adding to the necessary authenticity I am looking for in my magic performances. I also like the styling of the siberian chain escape cuffs and chain links. They have an edgy and “dark” feel that adds to the mood of my magic performance. The instructions were clear and concise. I was able to figure out and replicate the trick quickly with the instructions given. The handcuffs are also great for the real feel required for escape magic. In the past, I’ve come across hand cuffs that have had a plastic and hollow feel. These handcuffs have the weight and sturdiness that I need to really sell an escape trick to my audiences. It also helps me get into character better with the added resistance. I recently purchased the strait jacket and I love it. The heavy stitching and weathered appearance give off that sinister vibe, rather than looking like a cheap costume gag. I found it easy to use and easy for my magic assistant to lock me into place with. I highly recommend to any budding escape magician to complete the set with the ankle escapes. Again, the look is great and really goes with everything else I purchased. It really completes the escape set.

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