Monday, June 27, 2011

Why is Jay Jay this week's magic failure?



I'm doing an experiment. I will let you guys guess why he is a magic failure. Please go nuts in the comments and throw all your wild guesses there.

So who is Jay Jay? Only Australia's hottest upcoming illusionist.

9 comments:

Tomsk192 said...

Aside from the sexy funny leave you gasping and laughing persona and magic bullshit? The YouTube link from his site leads to a load of free magic tutorials complete with shite performances. Watch his aces and kings. The man is a berk, which in case you're not a cockney, means... Well, maybe just google it.

King Rey said...

this dude has a Youtube channel named freemagiclive. I was expecting you to put him in your WMF list . Not surprised lol, almost every magician who exposed magic on youtube will be in the list
anyway he deserves to be in the list.

the Minutemen said...

"A serious international subscriber database list of more than 20,000. The Jay Jay brand is kept top of mind by his weekly email updates..."

Alright, email updates, updating blog is the main job of a magician / an illusionist... WTF?

Plus that freemagiclive.com , Jay Jay got a combo not to be missed to be WMF.

Magic bastards everywhere...

darkstar said...

Because you never should trust anyone with 2 first names. (And his picture is trying to squeeze my man boobs for double distrust).

Barry Solayme said...

WMF? Why? BECAUSE HE STOLE MY IDEA, THAT"S WHY!!! I invented internet hype way back in the fifties, right before I invented the internet. Credit where credit's due, JAY JAY!!!!

BS

S.W.Erdnase said...

wasnt he the guy who thought he made the ultimate streetmagic course?

LokI-Kross said...

Or it could be that several of his tricks are presented as methods for stealing kisses.

shyam RVD said...

I LIKE JAY JAY!!!!!!!
AND HIS MAGIC AND HAIR STYLE.....
GOOD JOB JAY JAY
BE COOL!!!!!!!!!!

Patrick said...

He's a young, dynamic guy trying (and succeeding!) in making a career in a profession he obviously loves.
His free tricks are most often old tricks, or versions of them, that can be gotten from magic books-- good for young amateurs wanting to learn a few simple tricks to amuse their friends. He's not giving away any professional stuff.
Why is it you feel the need to rag on someone who is making a far better contribution to magic than any of you who are making the derogatory remarks?