The performer shows four toothbrushes: red, blue, green, and yellow. While the performer is turned away, your participant freely chooses a color and starts brushing their teeth with it. The spectator can be turned away, as well, hiding the chosen color from the audience. When their teeth are nice and clean, the toothbrushes are gathered onto a table, they're all covered, and then the performer can turn back around.
Asking only a couple of questions, the performer grabs one of the toothbrushes--yellow--and starts vigorously brushing his teeth with it. The spectator confirms that he didn't use that one. Another question later, and the green toothbrush goes into the performer's mouth. Down to the last two, the performer asks that the person not make a face or give anything away, even if their toothbrush is about to become a lollipop! A few seconds later, the performer has his eyes closed and a brush in each hand--red and blue. After a silent moment, he commits to his decision and finally puts the blue one in his mouth, swishing it around. The spectator confirms that he had used the red toothbrush, and it is given to the spectator as a souvenir of the experience.
Perfect for stage, but can also be used close-up. It's also much better suited for a children's show than a classic smash and stab routine.
No forcing--the spectator has a free choice of toothbrush
No stooges or instant stooges
Nothing written down or said aloud
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