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Tricks with Your Head: Hilarious Magic Tricks and Stunts to Disgust and Delight

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�Mac King is a god.� �Penn and Teller

Tricks with Your Head
is the world�s greatest (and only) collection of hilarious, mystifying, and sometimes repulsive magic tricks that you can perform with your very own head.

If you�ve only thought of your head as a receptacle for so-called higher learning, or as a structure for keeping your haircut from falling into your bod
Paperback, 208 pages
Published February 26th 2002 by Three Rivers Press
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Amar Pai
Dec 18, 2008 Amar Pai rated it 2 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: people who want to learn how to make it look like you stabbed your eyeball with a fork
This book has a bunch of not-super-interesting sleight-of-hand tricks that you can play on coworkers, friends and loved ones, all of whom will feign interest without actually being that impressed. The writing is inoffensive, but the guy writing this isn't that funny or edgy even though I think he's going for funny/edgy in his writing.

What does 'edgy' mean? Is that even a real word?

THe only memorable trick in this book is the one where you pretend you poked your eyeball with a fork and fluid is g
Ed Nemo
Tricks with your head ia a great book full of useful magic. Lets face it people. magic is not cool. That being said, this book has the quick and funny kind. The kind of magic that you can both disgust your friends and make kids laugh. read a magic trick in the book, practice it for 5 minutes and you are set.

Snort a french fry up your nose. Shove a straw through your throat. Put a fork in your eye! These are great!

Mac, you are the man!
Trick after trick that involve your head and its various orifices. Man, there's some good stuff in here. You'll learn some things that will make you much more entertaining to be around.
light and funny. the last book i finished in 2008. i'm going to try to get more reading done in 2009.
It's a fun little book but the tricks aren't explained well.
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