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PostPosted: Tue Jun 24, 2008 8:46 am 
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Make her disappear with the fishes.


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I would say ignor her ignorant behind, but it's odvous you like to look at it. I had a girl that I love to dearly, but I knew it was never to be because she thought magic was stupid.

This woman you talking about is 22 and is trying to act older, not realizing she is infact still mentaly child her self for being so self contious.

stop talking to her dude, when she turns 50 and her looks are gone she'll love magic because there is nothing to worrie about, and you can impress her all you want.

May the force be with you,
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Just ignore her. And as far as her having never hearing about Criss Angel, well no big loss there!! :wink:


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fcchief wrote:
Just ignore her. And as far as her having never hearing about Criss Angel, well no big loss there!! :wink:


I agree 100% with cheif.


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fcchief wrote:
Just ignore her. And as far as her having never hearing about Criss Angel, well no big loss there!! :wink:



:lol: :lol: :lol:


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You could do a finger chopper trick on her, but use an actual finger chopper and say "Ha! Who needs a trick now! :twisted: :twisted:"

She loses a finger, and you get revenge :D















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Bicycle12 wrote:
You could do a finger chopper trick on her, but use an actual finger chopper and say "Ha! Who needs a trick now! :twisted: :twisted:"

She loses a finger, and you get revenge :D















:roll: :roll: :roll:


Well... that could work. Or, you could actually show her something mind boggling. Just ask her for a dollar bill to use in the drink machine, float it, and then spend it.


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Run away and scream,

You'll never catch my Lucky Charms!


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PostPosted: Sun Aug 24, 2008 12:02 am 
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Run away and scream,

You'll never catch my Lucky Charms!


:mrgreen:


Too late!

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Not really a one-liner, but if the mood is right for soapboxes and people mention rabbits and magic, I tell them what the deal with rabbits in magic REALLY is.

Most people seem to believe that a classic magic effect is for a magician to remove their top hat (why are they wearing a top hat?), briefly show the inside empty, then reach in and pull out a rabbit. Not really all that surprising or impossible, as you've presumably got some kind of 'special hat'. Something to be associated with a cheap trickster.

Of course what was actually done was to borrow someone else's hat and remove a rabbit from it. That's absolutely amazing! That's the kind of miracle good magicians can actually do. It's tragic that such a marvel has faded into an object of ridicule.


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Once in a land far, far away there lived a group of people called Trids. The Trids were happy except for the huge ogre that lived on the mountain. The ogre would periodically terrorize the Trids.

The Trids tired of the ogre and sought to reason with him. They thought one of their religious leaders would be a good intermediary. So a group of Trids and their minister went up the mountain and before they could even say one word the ogre kicked them down the mountain. Not being dismayed the Trids thought that maybe the ogre was Catholic, so they sent another delegation, this time led by the local priest. But alas, as they approached the ogre he once again kicked them all down the mountain.

The Trids were upset until they thought that perhaps the ogre was Jewish. Unfortunately, no Trids were Jewish, so they wrote to the people of another land and asked them to send a Rabbi to help them with the ogre. The Rabbi arrived and led a delegation of Trids up the mountain. The ogre saw them coming and kicked all of them, except for the Rabbi, down the mountain. The Rabbi, having been told of the previous expeditions, wondered why he alone had not been kicked down the mountain, so he asked the ogre. The ogre laughed and replied:

"Silly Rabbi, Kicks are for Trids!"


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MichalAngelo wrote:
Ask her if she wants to see something that transcends the mind. lol. And make sure you ask her in a dull monotone, too. That always helps :roll:


It won't work on some medical students.


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You should have agreed with her, laughed and sang with a smile...
"You're so right, That's why I only eat Luck Charms! They're magically delicious!"




PS Agreement is the fastest way to diffuse hostility! Then move on...
NOTE: You don't have to be serious about the agreement...
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EZrhythm wrote:
Once in a land far, far away there lived a group of people called Trids. The Trids were happy except for the huge ogre that lived on the mountain. The ogre would periodically terrorize the Trids.

The Trids tired of the ogre and sought to reason with him. They thought one of their religious leaders would be a good intermediary. So a group of Trids and their minister went up the mountain and before they could even say one word the ogre kicked them down the mountain. Not being dismayed the Trids thought that maybe the ogre was Catholic, so they sent another delegation, this time led by the local priest. But alas, as they approached the ogre he once again kicked them all down the mountain.

The Trids were upset until they thought that perhaps the ogre was Jewish. Unfortunately, no Trids were Jewish, so they wrote to the people of another land and asked them to send a Rabbi to help them with the ogre. The Rabbi arrived and led a delegation of Trids up the mountain. The ogre saw them coming and kicked all of them, except for the Rabbi, down the mountain. The Rabbi, having been told of the previous expeditions, wondered why he alone had not been kicked down the mountain, so he asked the ogre. The ogre laughed and replied:

"Silly Rabbi, Kicks are for Trids!"


LOL.

Also, you guys ever seen the Fresh Prince of Bel-Air? Season 3, Episode 8 "Boyz in the Woods" where Carlton makes this reference too?

Makes me laugh everytime.


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acebrawler73 wrote:
Look deep into her Eyes and with a deep solemn voice say, "HEY! This isn't a trick. It's *excrutiatingly long dramatic pause while you turn your head and then whip it back as fast as you can* Magic". :lol: If you do it overdramatically it might be funny. Good comedy is about taking chances.


Just now read that (late, I know) :lol: .

But that is AWESOME.


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