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 Post subject: "Classic Palm" The Everyday Tool
PostPosted: Fri Jul 18, 2008 6:53 pm 
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I have noticed that the Classic palm is so burned into my mind that I use it without thinking everyday. When given my change at the market my hands auto palm the coins and grab my bags only to realize in the car that the coins had been in my hand the whole time.

Do any of you find that this happens in everyday life. I consider it a third hand of sorts making my hands super effective at life.


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 18, 2008 8:32 pm 
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True... hehe every kind of money i get my hands on in my everyday life i try do palm or mucel pass or anything xD


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 18, 2008 8:44 pm 
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I once classic palmed the coin I was using while doing a One Coin Routine. I was just telling them something and then I noticed I wasn't holding the coin, it was classic palmed! Good thing they didn't notice it though :P .


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 18, 2008 10:03 pm 
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I do that with a lot of random things. Not necessarily for a real purpose but just for the heck of it. Whenever I go to the theater i back palm my ticket stub while waiting for the movie to start.


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 18, 2008 10:40 pm 
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acebrawler73 wrote:
I do that with a lot of random things. Not necessarily for a real purpose but just for the heck of it. Whenever I go to the theater i back palm my ticket stub while waiting for the movie to start.

me too. or i produce the ticket from the back palm to give to the ticket collector guy.


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Whenever I'm making an order on Penguin, Theory11, etc. (using a Credit Card), or playing with my Driver's Permit, I'm constantly Tenkai'ing. Same with lunch cards, library cards, etc. I can't stop it. :lol:


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Haha adjones I do the exact same thing. Whenever I am at the bank I'm always tenkai'ing my debit card and doing moves from stealing pips and the teller always looks at me as if I were crazy when she sees it disappearing.


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 19, 2008 9:52 am 
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I classic\tenkai\back palm EVERYTHING I can, I'm trying to stop because sometimes I don't concentrate on what people tell me because I'm too busy doing pirouettes and tenkai vanishing anything I have in my hands.
I broke my cellphone once because I was messing with it and it fell


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daniel116 wrote:
I broke my cellphone once because I was messing with it and it fell


I have the PEBL and I always do the TG deck flip with it. Actually now that I think about it, I made up a few little flourishes for it.


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 19, 2008 8:35 pm 
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HAHA! I knew i wasnt the only one. I do this everyday. I went to the movies with my GF one time and we got there really early so I was like tenkaiing the ticket the whole movie. she was like "u ok?". The classic palm is such a great move though. it helps out day to day. When you get change, you can palm the whole stack and take the back in the same hand and keys and wallet in the other without putting it all into your pocket.


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PostPosted: Sat Jul 19, 2008 8:39 pm 
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Yap. I remember another time I wanted to go into my basement with a snack, my cards and maybe a couple coins, but I didn't want to do two trips, so I think I did a gambler's coff (mispelt I think) with the deck of cards and held part of my snack in one hand. In the other, I classic palmed a coin or two and held normally the other part of my snack.


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google521 wrote:
Yap. I remember another time I wanted to go into my basement with a snack, my cards and maybe a couple coins, but I didn't want to do two trips, so I think I did a gambler's coff (mispelt I think) with the deck of cards and held part of my snack in one hand. In the other, I classic palmed a coin or two and held normally the other part of my snack.
you should take a picture of that. it would look cool


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girspiggy wrote:
google521 wrote:
Yap. I remember another time I wanted to go into my basement with a snack, my cards and maybe a couple coins, but I didn't want to do two trips, so I think I did a gambler's coff (mispelt I think) with the deck of cards and held part of my snack in one hand. In the other, I classic palmed a coin or two and held normally the other part of my snack.
you should take a picture of that. it would look cool


And what would I use to press the camera button? My foot??? Haha :lol: .


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no have somebody else take the picture for you


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you guys have too much time on your hands.


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