A very startling visual illusion that practically works by itself!
And this one comes with an exclusive BONUS!Monticup's BONUS INSTRUCTION video- showing you EXACTLY how to operate it smoothly!
EVER FULL GLASS ROUTINEShow your audience a large glass FILLED with milk. Visibly pour the milk into a second glass.Though it can be seen that you did pour A LOT of milk into the second glass-THE FIRST GLASS IS STILL FULL OF MILK!
SELF DRINKING GLASS ROUTINEShow your audience a large glass FILLED with milk.You can even do what Peter did in the demo video.Give your spectator a drinking straw.Let him pretend to drink through the straw.Incredibly, though the spectator is some distance from the glass-THE MILK IN THE GLASS SLOWLY VANISHES!
MILK PITCHER ROUTINEShow your audience a large glass FILLED with milkForm 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 glass 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!
Best of all, this glass is easy to clean!Easy to handle size.Made of high-impact plastic.
You supply the milk or other liquid. You supply the paper bag or paper cone.This is a PLASTIC glass.
How to watch the ONLINE video instructions:After purchasing this trick, you will receive the password for the video.The password will be EMAILED to you with your Order Confirmation.Once you have received the password, click on the WATCH icon located right under the demo video above.The ONLINE video page will appear.Put your password in the password box, and enjoy the video!
This video was filmed in 2020, which is why we are wearing the protective face shields!Happily, shields are no longer a requirement, and we plan to film the demo over again without them.We like this demo so much, though, that we are leaving it "as is" for now. Hope you enjoy it!
Louis Nikola and Roy Enoc are both credited with introducing the concept of this trick.
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