A true classic of magic- and with good reason!
Show your audience a large pitcher FILLED with milk. Form an ordinary newspaper into a cone while talking about evaporation of liquids by magic. Your audience watches in amazement as you pour nearly the entire pitcher of milk into the cone. Wait a minute- why doesn't the milk seep right through the paper??
If that's not amazing enough, when you crumble up the paper cone into a ball, apparently with the milk inside- the milk has VANISHED and the paper is dry! This gets a strong reaction every time!
Another idea- pour the milk into the paper cone, but when you quickly fling the cone open, out comes a shower of confetti! Your audience will love the surprise!
Nice large size- it's a big 60-ounce capacity. Made of high-impact plastic. Best of all- it's completely self-contained!
History and Trivia:
Louis Nikola and Roy Enoc are both credited with introducing the concept of this trick.
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