Magic cannot stand on it's own. It needs to borrow from other arts.
I read a scientific study on the paddle move. Turns out that in this case a large action does not cover the small action. The "cover" comes from the speed.
After loading 25 sponge balls into a spectators hand you can basically stop the show for a few minutes.
Magic gimmicks make me feels like James Bond.
I'm addicted to the smell of sharpies.
Who knew that yellow rope is more visible from afar that white rope... I sure didn't.
I saw a magician once who still owned and used the first set of sponge balls he ever got. Outbreak alert!
When presenting a jumbo coin say this: "The coin is not bigger, the whole universe around it just shrunk." Funnier that way.
Wearing glasses and adjusting those once in a while gives you so much more cover when palming coins.
Does anybody know a way to force a butterfly, making it look like I just asked for an animal? No pre show!
I love my mini cards, when I hold them I feel like Larry Jennings.