Best of Mad Libs by Roger Price

By Roger Price

Over the past 50 years, rate Stern Sloan has released hundreds of thousands of Mad Libs tales. Come fill out over a hundred twenty five of the funniest ones during this deluxe oversize version. This e-book additionally contains a background of the sport as informed via the author Leonard Stern (complete with images) and tales stuffed out by way of today’s most popular stars! It’s the super-silly strategy to say _________ [adjective] fiftieth Anniversary, Mad Libs!

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To prepare for the trick, tie one of the white silks between a red and green one. Roll these up into a small bundle and put them under the sweatband of the hat. Put the hat on your table, crown downwards. Put the three duplicate silks on your table close to the hat. Pick up the hat and show it to be empty, grasping it with your fingers inside and covering the band where the silks are hidden. Put the hat back on the table, mouth upwards, and as you do so, lift the sweatband with your fingers so the silks will fall inside the hat.

Put the dime in the other box and draw an X on the end toward the audience. Before you put each box on the table, you must turn it around to show the secretly made marks. With a small match box this is easy. Simply hold it in your left hand while talking to the audience, curling the fingers in to partially conceal the box from the audience. With your right hand you can turn the box around without fear of detection. 5. The Coin in the Glass EFFECT: The magician puts a coin in the center of a handkerchief that is spread out flat on the table.

It has disappeared completely. SECRET: The quarter is held in the right hand and is not dropped into the left sleeve at all, but into the left breast or handkerchief pocket of your coat. The left fore-arm is held upright so the hand is almost level with the face. In this position it conceals the pocket. The quarter is held between the right thumb and forefinger. Just before it is dropped into the pocket, the other fingers of the right hand are inserted into the sleeve, ostensibly to open it up.

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