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is the linking mints(magic mint) rubber?

okay I bought this product in another store and when I got it I was a little disappointed because the gimmick was made of rubber and it was not so hard to see the difference between the two :S

when Justin Flom showed it to Ellen it didn't seem like rubber the main reason for that was because he handed out the linked mints and she couldn't pull them apart or feel it so either Ellen was in on the trick or it's not the same as the one I bought

Asked at 08:15am on February 20th, 2014 by jeppehw13 (1 karma)
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We try not to discuss methods here but what Justin did with Ellen involved a switch for the linked mints that he handed out to her to look at.

This is the same gimmick used just with an extra convincer.

Hope this helps!

Answered at 04:25pm on February 20th, 2014 by LukeDancy (16 karma)
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