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Tricks, Scams and Practical Jokes

£8.98

Here you will find more than 250 different tricks scaled to suit all levels of difficulty and deviousness ranging from simple but entertaining tricks performed with just a pack of playing cards or a common household object through to devastatingly cunning practical jokes. You will rarely need anything more than some coins, a box of matches, some blank paper, a pencil, a deck of cards and/or a glass. Most of the tricks are easy to perfect and will help you build up an impressive repertoire. The real key to success with practical jokes is picking the right time and the right victim. Try the Clingfilm Trap, skill level 3, embarrassment factor 10, and all you need is a roll of Clingfilm and warning, this trick can be dangerous so take care! It involves a toilet bowl and probably a new pair of trousers. Guaranteed to send the squeamish screaming to the garden, how about the moving finger where all you will need is a cardboard box with a lid, cotton wool, glue and tomato ketchup. And if you are at a loose end one afternoon, why not try talking to a pillar-box? Try some mind reading, coins through a table, and some knotty problems. Not forgetting escapology and levitation for beginners. With many clear and helpful diagrams. 176pp in softback.

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Here you will find more than 250 different tricks scaled to suit all levels of difficulty and deviousness ranging from simple but entertaining tricks performed with just a pack of playing cards or a common household object through to devastatingly cunning practical jokes. You will rarely need anything more than some coins, a box of matches, some blank paper, a pencil, a deck of cards and/or a glass. Most of the tricks are easy to perfect and will help you build up an impressive repertoire. The real key to success with practical jokes is picking the right time and the right victim. Try the Clingfilm Trap, skill level 3, embarrassment factor 10, and all you need is a roll of Clingfilm and warning, this trick can be dangerous so take care! It involves a toilet bowl and probably a new pair of trousers. Guaranteed to send the squeamish screaming to the garden, how about the moving finger where all you will need is a cardboard box with a lid, cotton wool, glue and tomato ketchup. And if you are at a loose end one afternoon, why not try talking to a pillar-box? Try some mind reading, coins through a table, and some knotty problems. Not forgetting escapology and levitation for beginners. With many clear and helpful diagrams. 176pp in softback.

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