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 Post subject: Vanishing hankercheif?
PostPosted: Sat Aug 23, 2003 9:29 pm 
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Is it worth buying?


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 Post subject: Re: Vanishing hankercheif?
PostPosted: Sat Aug 23, 2003 9:44 pm 
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Mike22490 wrote:
Is it worth buying?

yes


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 Post subject: Re: Vanishing hankercheif?
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Mike22490 wrote:
Is it worth buying?

YES! This is a must-have for every magican.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 07, 2003 4:15 pm 
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i agree, this thing opens up many doors to different magic tricks. buy it, youl love it!


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 18, 2003 1:31 am 
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Serious, its a must. I am not kidding when (if your real good) you could do a whole show with the same concept over and over again with differnt items. I totally killed my brothers girlfriend and here 8 year old daughter with this trick this past weekend. I always let the kids give it a try after i make it "issapear" a couple of times. I have a 1 year old son so i had his pacifier in my pocket. Put the pacy in my closed fist when they were tryng the hanky trick and said what the heck. Pushed the silk in from the top and pulled a pacifirer from the bottom of my hand. Held out the pacy for them to see and put my silk in my pocket when they were looking at the pacy. Absolutly SWEET !!


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haha, silk to pacifier, thats a new one. thats great.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 21, 2003 11:34 am 
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i ahd never really htought about this trick very much unitl i watched the video for the effects in the videos section. im sure everyone knows what im talking about without me saying it and exposing hte secret. watch the video taht gives you tricks to do with that certain object, im sure it will make you want to purchse it.


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there are also videos you can get to help you overcome any hesitation you would have when performing this trick. and there are many routines available. the video I bought a few years ago is " with alexander deCova". starts off with the basics and then goes on to some good routines, including silks, paper, dollars, and even lit matches. I would not do a whole show with this concept, but you could easily spend up to 10 minutes with the right amount of patter and keep everyone fascinated


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PostPosted: Fri Nov 21, 2003 3:22 am 
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think of it this way hankerchife vanishes bills change from ones to fives cigs vanish and they even have a book called 75 tricks that you can buy once you know what your gimmick is .SO BUY it its only 5 dollars anyway buy it ...lol


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if you are getting this trick ... i recommend getting 25 amazing tricks with a BLANK (gimmick)... along with picking up a few more silks of different colors.. they are cheap and of very good quality.. but they get wrinkled and ratty looking when used constantly... hope this helped 8)


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I think we should call this a T-TIP on the fourm


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timtim6575 wrote:
mccormick83 wrote:
if you are getting this trick ... i recommend getting 25 amazing tricks with a Ttip... along with picking up a few more silks of different colors.. they are cheap and of very good quality.. but they get wrinkled and ratty looking when used constantly... hope this helped 8)
Not everybody knows the secert!But now they do ...


Dude all you have to do is spend a few hours on this site and you will find how many secrets are actually given away in a very straightforward manner.. just for you.. i'll edit it and remove the link


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i know its wrong!they should be edited by the mods


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edit ur post and get rid of the link ^


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