I do think "dressing for success" is a really big part of my street magic. I like wearing a dress shirt, nice jeans, and some nice skateboarding shoes. If you want an example, go to my "Street Magic Routine" in the theater and that is one of my outfits even though the sleeves are long. If people see you partly dressed up at least and you ask them to see magic, they will say yes more than if you have black clothes with a beanie on.
Also, i like performing for families that go like this, 2 parents, 2 children ages 3 to 10. And parents are really protective of their children of those ages and if you are dressed like a goth, then they will not want you to show them anything. If you are dressed nicely and have a good attitude then they will say yes most of the time. When you impress them with your routine, they might ask you to do a show for their kids birthday party (every kid has birthdays
) Can you say "cha ching?"
Your spelling, grammar, and punctuation do need to change. If you ever want to have a job when you grow up, magic or not, you will need to type some sort of letter. And if you type "da sloppest pece uf crap eva" chances are, you will get fired. So, i would suggest practice typing the right way now to be better off in the future.