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PostPosted: Thu Jun 26, 2008 9:55 am 
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I tend to agree with Paddy, putting stuff in your mouth/taking it out isn't a great idea in a restaurant. But there are other effects that can be done with a bite-out, look into coin in bottle, etc.


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LingLing1337 wrote:
I tend to agree with Paddy, putting stuff in your mouth/taking it out isn't a great idea in a restaurant. But there are other effects that can be done with a bite-out, look into coin in bottle, etc.


That would be the other reason I don't use this. I heard paddy mention this a long time ago in the restaurant forum and I realized that people could have a really adverse reaction to this if it's done in the wrong setting.

Maybe "Torn and Restored Coin" from AoA would be a good route for people looking for a Bite Out Coin routine.

-JT


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good trick


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I agree that this effect is overused. You'd be better off developing your own "coin in bottle" routine. Especially in a restaraunt setting, it never fails.


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