Grandma's Bra – A 'G' Rated Party Trick

CLICK HERE Video #104 at Julian’s Magician School

Now I know a few of you are going to offended by this. I’ve never had one person do anything but want to learn it when you do it for them in real life. Don’t throw the baby out with the bathwater, there’s so much else for you here 🙂

Grandma’s Bra is a bit of fun that you can do at a party or when out to dinner. You need a square piece of cloth like a dinner napkin. It’s only a matter of doing some simple napkin folding and telling a short story at the same time and volia! you will get a good belly laugh from people.

This is suitable for family groups, in fact, it is perfect for family groups. Everyone gets a giggle from it.

Just in case you are thinking about doing this for an all kids audience: STOP! It is NOT suitable at all.

Take not of the way the punchline is delivered. It is important to cut yourself off when saying the last sentence. Watch how I do it in the video.

Julian’s Magician School has easy magic tricks, funny stuff to make them entertaining plus lots of confidence boosting tips to help you do magic shows.

Full of magic tricks, card tricks, coin tricks, rope tricks, paper magic, mind tricks, optical illusions, free magic downloads at Click on Julian’s Magician School.

Julian is a professional magician and family guy. He doesn’t do magic like Criss Angel and David Blaine. Why? Here’s the secret they don’t like you to know. Their cool magic is only for TV and YouTube. True. Their street magic scares people off in the real world. It’s fun to watch but remember they create illusions.

I’ll help you take beginner magic tricks (or all the legend cool tricks you have learnt on YouTube) and turn them into something you can use to make people laugh.

You can even make money as a magician. The secret is to be likeable and smile.

Royalty free music purchased from Arthur Stead.
Track: Peanut Butter
Album: Make It Magic Fun-tastic copyright 2011
Music composed by Arthur & Leslie Stead (360) 813-1220

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