A pack of cards is mixed up in a pile on the ground by a spectator face down. One is selected and all others are moved aside. A deck that has been wrapped up in an envelope on the table the entire time is taken out and opened. One card is seen to have been reversed from the start and it is set facedown next to the spectators card. He flips them over at the same time showing they match. (This is my one of my favorite mental routines).
Stuck to me!
My comedy routine where I write a prediction and stick it on the spectator somewhere obvious where the audience can see clearly. A deck is shown and the spectator picks a card. It matches the prediction stuck to the spectator (which is unknown to them) while the audience gets a great laugh. This is done for a multitude of phases ending in a prediction stuck to their forehead and them choosing a matching card from the face up spread. And revealing to the spectator that it matches. I have the most fun with this one and would love to publish it!
Card to Shirt
After an ambitious routine (or any other) the performer rubs the spectators signed card on the outside of his shirt. The face vanishes and appears printed to the inside of the performers shirt.
Lazy Man's Watch
A watch is shown to be drawn on to the magicians wrist as a young child would do. There is no minute or second hand. He asks the spectator to name any time and with a wave, It appears.
Signed Coin Bite
Title explains it all. The coin is handed back, signed with a piece bitten out.
A spectator stops the magician as he waterfalls the cards. He takes which ever card waterfalled face down last. It is forced and known everytime no matter where the spectator stops the magician.
During a coin vanish, the magician pretends to break the coin in half and vanishes each half. The breaking sound is heard yet the spectator fails to believe that it was borken. The magician then produces both halves.
Magician asks for a coin. When he recieves it he tests to make sure the coin is solid by bitting it. Turns out he puts large, deep, clean teeth marks right in their coin.
My own plot for blasting a signed card with any gun (lethal or non, I have performed it with both) as the spectator throws the cards out in front of the magician. The Spectator is then able to locate the card and pick it up examining a perfect display of magic and marksmanship. You never touch it as he examines it.
I like this thread Jeff and was glad someone posted in it to remind me! I love reading everyone else's creative routines!
All the best,