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 Post subject: Ever have a trick go off too well?
PostPosted: Mon May 16, 2005 7:20 pm 
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Last week when me and some friends were camping, one girl came up to me and asked me to stretch a rope we were using to secure our luggage to the roof of my van cause she couldn't quite get it all the way to the other end.

And I just stood there and went "Uh... that's impossible, you know."


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PostPosted: Sat May 21, 2005 3:02 am 
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Don't be too hasty. Women often depend on us guys to solve problems for them - it's part of our job as a guy. Just take a look at the situation and another solution my present itself.


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 27, 2005 3:27 pm 
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RealMagic_JL wrote:
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-one word posts are against the rules

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Don't be too hasty. Women often depend on us guys to solve problems for them - it's part of our job as a guy. Just take a look at the situation and another solution my present itself.

-yeah, that pretty much sums it up. dont forget that women want guys to kill bugs that are around the house


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PostPosted: Mon Jun 27, 2005 5:16 pm 
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Then the women put the bugs into the stew and feed it to the men.


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 Post subject: ewww
PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2005 12:42 am 
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aznshadyboi1 wrote:
Then the women put the bugs into the stew and feed it to the men.


and that's excually why I'm not married..... anymore


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Has a trick ever gone off to well for me? Well, I did card through the window and my grandmother just stared at me for about 5 minutes and so did my aunt when I did Brainwave :shock: . Now I have relatives that run away when I pull out my cards. :)


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 29, 2005 4:13 pm 
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i did this simple mutiple out prediction to this one guy i worked with and he was one of those superstitious types and when i reveiled that i had preselected what he just freely chose his face turned white and it looked like his eyes were bugging out..... he stayed like 5 feet from me for at least a week it was really funny


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You are all so sexist i run like edited when i see a spider but a lot of women arent scared of spiders,Welcome to the twentyfirst century!


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 31, 2005 12:23 am 
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I do a certain card trick that I nicked named "Satan" because on more than a few occasions when I have performed this effect for people, someone has jumped back and made some sort of reference to the biblical figure.

(You're Satan!, Son of Satan!, Possessed by Satan himself! et cetera, et cetera.)

:twisted:

Of course this is exactly the type of reaction I am looking for, so this isn't a bad thing.

CoS.


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 31, 2005 9:17 am 
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If you performed a really scary magic trick on someone and they actually had a heart attack and died would it be considered manslaughter?


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PostPosted: Wed Aug 31, 2005 10:32 am 
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kenjac wrote:
If you performed a really scary magic trick on someone and they actually had a heart attack and died would it be considered manslaughter?


I'd consider that to be fantastic! ...Um, I mean that would make me sad and stuff. :lol:

Okay, seriously... I doubt you would get into any trouble if you did a real scary effect and someone died of a heart attack.

You were simply doing "magic", you weren't trying to mug them or anything. Although that might be interesting to watch, a magician mugging someone. (Abracadabra Biiiiiiiiiotch!!!) Okay, n/m.

Of course now that you mentioned it, I think I will invest in one of those new portable defibrillators just in case! :D

CoS.


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i handed an old guy an exploding wallet when he asked to see my wallet after i just did the flame wallet trick and that guy looked like he was a bout to have a heart attack since then i will never use anything like that again


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 Post subject: ASD
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My uncle cursed and stormed out of the room when I did The Web to him.


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Location: An amatuer practices until he gets it right, a professional practices until he can't get it wrong...
i made a drunk guy fall down when i showed him the bite out quarter :D


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CenturiesOfSin wrote:
kenjac wrote:
If you performed a really scary magic trick on someone and they actually had a heart attack and died would it be considered manslaughter?


I'd consider that to be fantastic! ...Um, I mean that would make me sad and stuff. :lol:

Okay, seriously... I doubt you would get into any trouble if you did a real scary effect and someone died of a heart attack.

You were simply doing "magic", you weren't trying to mug them or anything. Although that might be interesting to watch, a magician mugging someone. (Abracadabra Biiiiiiiiiotch!!!) Okay, n/m.

Of course now that you mentioned it, I think I will invest in one of those new portable defibrillators just in case! :D

CoS.


If you perform a scary effect for someone with a known heart condition and they die from a heart attack, I would not be surprised if you were charded with involuntary manslaughter (due to recklessness and/or criminal negligence).


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