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 Post subject: Holy Moly Noise?
PostPosted: Thu Sep 01, 2005 11:25 am 
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I wear a wedding ring. I won't take it off, (not that I could GET it off if I wanted to, anyway), and I perform "Holy Moly" a lot. Doing the easy routine, when I perform the move that makes the hole disappear...about half the time, the piece falls against my wedding ring and makes a little clanking sound.

...Anyone else have this problem? Any suggestions? I need to be able to do this trick impromptu. Taking my wedding ring off is not an option and wrapping it with something is not an option. Thanks!


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 01, 2005 11:34 am 
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Post in the PO section. We can't help you here.


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PostPosted: Thu Sep 01, 2005 1:22 pm 
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I would...but there's no Holy Moly forum in the PO section. The most logical way to get in touch with others who do this trick is to post here. I tried to word it where it doesn't give away the secret.


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It's fairly surprising that there isn't a topic on it, especially due to the difficulty involved in the harder routine. Check your pm.


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exodus wrote:
It's fairly surprising that there isn't a topic on it, especially due to the difficulty involved in the harder routine. Check your pm.


I've bought two Holy Moly tricks at separate times. ...Still no Holy Moly in the PO and it's not in my PM. Trust me on this. If you search around this board, you'll notice that others have mentioned that there is no Holy Moly forum in the PO section. ...Which is thoroughly frustrating!


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 Post subject: Re: Holy Moly Noise?
PostPosted: Thu Nov 17, 2005 7:14 pm 
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RadioRob wrote:
I wear a wedding ring. I won't take it off, (not that I could GET it off if I wanted to, anyway), and I perform "Holy Moly" a lot. Doing the easy routine, when I perform the move that makes the hole disappear...about half the time, the piece falls against my wedding ring and makes a little clanking sound.

...Anyone else have this problem? Any suggestions? I need to be able to do this trick impromptu. Taking my wedding ring off is not an option and wrapping it with something is not an option. Thanks!

do what i do: using the secret be hind this trick i simply apply the same principle to starburst the candy. i simple take a fairly thick needle and puncture a hole into the candy, i then cut of the sides a little to smooth it out and run the needle thru it one more time to finish it off.


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 Post subject: noisy Holy Moly
PostPosted: Wed Mar 22, 2006 4:18 pm 
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I just got my HM out and tried it. Silent. Even if it makes a slight click that should be hidden in your hand and the spec shouldn't hear it. Has anyone questioned the sound? Art in CT


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