Skylar, I did help you. I will not lie and tell you it was a good show when it wasn't. If you don't want to improve then don't brag about lousy shows and turn down any helpful answers.
You rushed thru those tricks so fast no one could enjoy them. If that was your slow show please don't put on one at regular pace.
To go through your rebuttal item by item:
I'm not going to charge them 125 for my first show.
Why not, if you have praciced and rehearsed your show so it is a good show then you're worth $125, whether it's your 1st show or you 101st.
My cups and balls routine isnt the best routine in the world, its the one were they pick a ball and you place it on the middle cup and it goes thru...and then theres rocky. I did not buy rocky with any instructions at all. So I had to learn by practicing, and getting help from the people around me.
Then DON'T DO THEMin public!!! The first thing any performer should learn is YOU DON'T PERFORM AN EFFECT UNTIL IT'S PERFECTED.
This was my first show
That objection was covered first. The customer should never know it's your first show, they should always think that you are a professional and you should price yourself as such. Now stop feeling sorry for yourself, admit your error and improve your show.