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Topic: What's in 'your' wallet?
Message: Posted by: VcosNJ (Mar 25, 2005 06:01PM)
This has probably been asked a billion times so if there is a subject on this already, I apologize. Anyway, just like that credit card commercial, what do you have in your wallet for that impromptu situation? When a spectator asks, show me a trick, are you prepared? Leave the cards at home, since that will never fit in your wallet. No TT's either unless you've got a soft one but I wouldn't be carrying it. Same with spongeballs. Anyway, here's what I carry:
-Wonderland Bill
-Hundy 500 gimmick
-A few coins for some vanishes and reproductions
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-Improv Nightshades gimmick
-One of Ford's credit card tricks.
Anyway, I need a card to wallet. Maybe that's the one thing I'm missing..
Message: Posted by: Clarioneer (Mar 25, 2005 06:43PM)
6 Cards
Rubber Bands incl 1 star shaped
Notes/Bills
Pad of Flash Paper
All in a Stealth Wallet
Message: Posted by: Dawai (Mar 26, 2005 01:49AM)
Parodox Bill,Dollar Bills,Business Cards,Credit Card w/your name on it.
Message: Posted by: BLSmagic (Mar 27, 2005 01:41AM)
In my wallet, Hundy 500 by Gregory Wilson and MagiCard by Mark Jenest.
Other than that, 2 sponge balls in my pocket and rubberbands on my wrist and just in case, a loop on my wrist as well. (+ Maybe a couple of coins.)
Message: Posted by: Nicholas (Mar 27, 2005 06:08AM)
Improve Nightshades gimmick
Kolossal Killer set-up
Dollar bill with serial number memorized.
A couple of business cards for imprompu effects.
Message: Posted by: theothemagician (Jul 12, 2005 10:59PM)
Hi ,
I always carry in my wallet a couple of prepared cards to do Osmoses linking cards, a couple of card warps and the ballpen penetrating two cards , which is hard to explain , but it's good.
Regards Theo
Message: Posted by: sjdavison (Jul 13, 2005 04:14AM)
A bent coin, s**** writer, some business cards. All set for a solid metalism session!

Simon
Message: Posted by: gngorick (Jul 13, 2005 08:18AM)
-->Several bills
-->A couple of Rubberbands
-->Some Post-it Notes for Pencil Thru Dollar
-->3 Canadian Quarters (just incase I forget to bring my American coins that day <- impossible I know)
-->A prediction
Message: Posted by: Mehtas (Jul 16, 2005 05:13PM)
Coin Unique

Paper to Banknote

Swadling changing card

few rubberbands

Kanibal Kards bought from supreme magic.


:kewl:
Message: Posted by: evolve629 (Jul 16, 2005 06:32PM)
Two Dollar Window
Power Lunch by Ray Cooper - business cards and toothpicks
US Half Dollar to do the Messiah Vanish by Jay Sankey
Post-It Notes to do Dough! by Jay Sankey (usu. there's a No. 2 pencil around)
Holy Moly by Jay Sankey
Message: Posted by: kerpa (Jul 18, 2005 03:09PM)
A red ribbon tightly wound to save space, to do some ribbon and ring effects.
Linking key rings (made by myself, following Sankey's 3 Ring Circus)
A deck of cards in the back pocket (esp for Dr Daley's Last Trick,
Vernon's Twisting The Aces, and working on Marlo's Estimation Aces)
and, lately - carrying an Okito box with 4 Standing Liberty Half Dollars
(still working on this one though)

Of the above, recently I've been getting some of the best reactions from the ribbon and rings.

kerpa
a/k/a Michael Miller
Chicago area
Message: Posted by: Jeff Corn (Jul 20, 2005 11:17AM)
At any given time, all I carry are a few rubber bands, between 2 and 4 Half Dollars, occasionally a Centavo to do my variation on Wild Coin, and some cards. If I have my bag, it's loaded with everything from forks, to extra cards to force on a spec so that I'm not ruining my deck with every trick.
Message: Posted by: kidabra (Jul 21, 2005 02:45AM)
Illuminati, Heirloom stored in a Pimpernal Notecase.
Of course not to mention money, I.D, credit card, driver's license, family photo etc etc.
Message: Posted by: rmoraleta (Jul 23, 2005 12:10AM)
Wonderland Peso Bill
Business cards

I wonder how you keep your coins inside your wallet because mine are inside a purse.
Message: Posted by: milamber (Jul 23, 2005 03:45AM)
I generally carry a Hundy 500 gimmick, a few bills (different denominations), a few rubberbands and a couple of paperclips (for Daniel Garcia's ClipTrip).
Message: Posted by: elasmac (Jul 23, 2005 04:23PM)
I keep a double backed card and a double face card.
Message: Posted by: kihei kid (Jul 25, 2005 06:28AM)
Pride and Joy.
Message: Posted by: Michael Bilkis (Jul 25, 2005 08:07PM)
Dice, nuts and bolts, string for ring on string, deck of cards, pyroperception and cigarette lighter, index cars for mentalism. The advantage of a fanny pack.
Message: Posted by: HatTrix (Aug 1, 2005 01:15PM)
I carry

-two rubber bands *crazy mans handcuffs*
-coins for vanishes reproduction and my coins accross routine
-and a sticky notes in my wallet and a pen.
Message: Posted by: Shalin (Aug 1, 2005 02:47PM)
Bills ranging from 1-100 dollars, coins for vanishes and reproductions, sticky notes for mentalism, color monte, some string, and rubber bands.

-Shalin
Message: Posted by: mickey.w (Aug 1, 2005 03:46PM)
Hmm.....

-crazy 8
-my lucky card (refer to "Hit the Road" DVD--David Regal's contribution)
-an evenlope (ready for signed bill/card to wallet)
-52 in 1 card (with a full selection printed on the other side to go sucker effect)
-some business cards ready for bill warp or TnR.
Message: Posted by: jdknight (Aug 9, 2005 10:04PM)
Wonderland Bill
Mismade Bill
Hundy 500
Beswitched
Credit Card with your name...
Message: Posted by: HowDini (Aug 12, 2005 08:57PM)
Blank face card with the word "No" written in for the old can you guess this card.
$2.00 bill
A piece of aluminum foil
Message: Posted by: Pete Biro (Aug 16, 2005 01:20PM)
A spare car key in case I lock mine in the car.
Message: Posted by: landon (Aug 16, 2005 02:44PM)
Cards prepared for cardwarp
Skinner's 3 card monte
a few coins
normal deck of cards
sometimes nfw
Message: Posted by: Vandy Grift (Aug 16, 2005 03:08PM)
[quote]
On 2005-08-16 15:44, landon wrote:
Cards prepared for cardwarp
Skinner's 3 card monte
a few coins
normal deck of cards
sometimes nfw
[/quote]

All those gaffed cards, coins AND a normal deck of cards? You must have a pretty thick wallet.

All I have in mine is Jim Paces "magic list".
Message: Posted by: GlenD (Aug 16, 2005 04:17PM)
Money, when I am not broke, a few Dock Haley gospel bills and KK.

GlenD
Message: Posted by: islandguy (Aug 20, 2005 07:56AM)
I always carry Wonderland Bill, as it fits in with a credit card, and wallet space is limited. Also, in the bill section, Embezzlement by Bill Prior - a neat mentalism piece. I intro Wonderland Bill as not magic but interesting like Origami. Everyone finds it fascinating. Keith
Message: Posted by: Mike Brezler (Sep 7, 2005 12:21AM)
Wonderland Bill
Mismade Bill
Hundy 500
2 dollar window
business cards
a photo of my honey in a pink bikini (honey bear)
a photo of my kids (baby goats)
a photo of my pride and joy (household products)
Message: Posted by: Amir (Sep 15, 2005 09:00PM)
Benjamins.
Message: Posted by: paisa23 (Sep 20, 2005 12:13AM)
Hundy 500
Heirloom or KK
illuminati
my pride and joy(for the laugh)
Skinners 3 card monte(packet wallet)
limited addition(packet wallet)in the wallet.
And Capital One
Message: Posted by: asper (Sep 20, 2005 11:04PM)
Cash, Credit Cards, Id, CVS Card, metrocard, expired condom.
Message: Posted by: aznmagicguy (Sep 20, 2005 11:16PM)
Hundy 20 haha cuz I don't have enough money to have 500 bucks. I use four 5 dollar bills

skinner's ultimate 3 card monte

scotch and soda

bite out coin aka coin in bottle

something for The Raven *wink wink*

cigarette through coin

dime and penny (for the occasions where scotch and soda is impractical)

a few half dollars

magic stop light cards (hahaha...)

this is all inside my viking fire wallet

and on another note.. I usually wear cargo pants so I have room for other things suck as my black tiger deck of cards as well as a regular red backed deck of bicycles and the classic pen through dollar thing and other goodies like the sponge rabbits trick... etc
Message: Posted by: miky (Oct 6, 2005 10:59AM)
- a couple of half-bills of different denominations so I can borrow a bill and do a T&R (I usually do Daryl's version of Ripstoration). If I have time and can borrow a coffee cup, I roll up the pieces of the "torn" bill and do Curtis Kam's impromptu chop cup routine, Coffee and Dough -- very strong and highly recommended

- Beswitched
Message: Posted by: carldourish (Oct 8, 2005 05:03AM)
In my wallet I have s***** writer and business cards, that's all I need for a quick mentalism act. Pocket writing also plays large in this. Open wallet and their just mentioned word written on post-it, for them to keep.

Quick and simply, yet you get the "how did you know that face"
Message: Posted by: mrunge (Oct 19, 2005 06:41PM)
Wonderland Bill
Pride and Joy (laughs)
My 2 Kids (laughs)
Honey in Bikini (laughs)
Secret (laughs)
Through The Looking Glass (Peter Marucci)
Chinese Compass
Mental Shopper (Tom Craven)
Bills
Message: Posted by: Parson Smith (Oct 20, 2005 09:04PM)
Some of you folks have huge wallets.:)
Peace,
Parson
Message: Posted by: RevJohn (Oct 20, 2005 10:49PM)
Modified Version of Mismade Dollar. (or modified version of I think it is called Quatroflex).

And Parson Gary... I agree. Some have HUGE wallets. (In the words of Chris Rock, playing a White Comedian on "Down to Earth": Sit down before I squash you with my wallet!)
Message: Posted by: Alexander Leidy (Nov 4, 2005 11:58PM)
I don't carry much except for a few rubber bands, a b'wave, a really simple blank paper to bill gimmick inside my wallet. The wallet itself is somewhat nifty though, as it has a levitation gimmick built into it so I can do a quick set and end with my wallet floating an inch or two above my hand.
Message: Posted by: ozman (Nov 5, 2005 04:40AM)
My main magical item in my wallet IS my wallet! the STEALTH!

although I do keep 2 rubberbands (for CMH) and the printour for Paul Green's JEOPARDY actually in it!
Message: Posted by: kerpa (Nov 8, 2005 06:22PM)
1) ribbon and rattle box containing a duplicate ring to one I am wearing :) for appearance and then penetration onto my ring finger, etc
2) key rings including prop for 3 Ring circus by Sankey
3) copper/silver for Short Hop (Jenest)
4) spinning rings
5) small thin weight for balancing a straw on table edge way off center
6) a miniature 1 1/2 inch wand (paper clip with plastic triangle attached, available at office supply stores) to give to spec who forgot to bring their magic wand with them (great for misdirection)

all that fits in a rather small change wallet, less than half the size of my palm
and of course cards in the back pocket
kerpa
a/k/a Michael Miller, Chicago area
Message: Posted by: Joe Russell (Nov 13, 2005 11:56AM)
An eight ball, at least that's what the spectators see when I produce it from their.
Message: Posted by: MagicDan21 (Nov 20, 2005 08:31PM)
Some $$$ and of course some coins!
Message: Posted by: Parson Smith (Nov 23, 2005 06:41PM)
Have added Wonderland Bill.
Peace,
Parson
Message: Posted by: pkg (Nov 23, 2005 08:13PM)
No one mentioned rolling papers!! :P

a couple of business cards (used as billets)
a s**** writer
two aged, antique coins.(did I mention gaffed?)
Message: Posted by: Saulie (Nov 24, 2005 12:58AM)
Coins (prefer 3 quarters, 3 pennies) for gipsy vanish and sleights.
Crisp bill, for balancing a quater (a skill, not a trick)
Deck of standard Cards. (always and forever)
Cigarette Vanish Pack. (for those annoying people that always bum).

******Sometimes******
Invisible cord.
1-1/2 in foam balls (which fit into wallet nicely when dry)
Message: Posted by: jon dough (Jun 18, 2006 11:53AM)
A deck of cards doesn't fit in my wallet.
I have no pockets on my dress for a purse.
Message: Posted by: syd_uk (Jun 20, 2006 08:41PM)
Hey

I'm setup to do 'Kolossal Killer'. That's more than enough to fill out my wallet.

But I always carry (at least) a separate deck of cards with me anyway.

Syd
Message: Posted by: clamon86 (Jun 20, 2006 10:30PM)
Money, greed,hundy, 3 card monte, magicard, in a kaps wallet

It seems like most of us have more magic than money, lol. Its all good.
Message: Posted by: John T. Sheets (Jun 21, 2006 12:59AM)
"Atomic Bills"
Message: Posted by: Phil Thomas (Jun 21, 2006 04:31PM)
My wallet is the Royal Card to Wallet, so I keep a deck handy in my pocket as well. I've been having a lot of fun using a gimmicked wallet as a normal wallet. Use your imagination and let the fun begin!
Message: Posted by: EvilGenius (Jul 5, 2006 07:23PM)
NFW or color monte..biz cards
Message: Posted by: cjl467 (Jul 6, 2006 10:59AM)
A double-backer for card to wallet... sometimes a prepped card for a torn and restored --- most things I keep in my wallet get all screwed up from wearing down anyways, so I don't put stuff in there unless I'm doing a gig or going somewhere I know I'll be asked for magic.
Message: Posted by: ChrixF (Jul 7, 2006 03:24PM)
Parodox Bill
Scotch and Soda
Greed
Spinning rings
Hundy
A few 20 dollar bills

That's about it.

Chrix
Message: Posted by: RichieB (Jul 19, 2006 08:18PM)
Star rubber bands around my wrist,
Mind Controller peek wallet-carrying my cards and money anyway,
Pack of cards.
Message: Posted by: RichieB (Jul 19, 2006 08:19PM)
Oh yeah PK ring aswell. I wear it anyway, also.
Message: Posted by: Marvello (Jul 20, 2006 06:29PM)
Aside from license, money, spare key, credit cards...

Comedy cards:
My Dead Aunt (ant)
My two Kids (goats)
pride & joy (cleaning products)
honey in a bikini (honey bear)
Secret (Deodorant)
my huge c*ck (giant rooster) Here it is so you can print it out and trim it down and put it in YOUR wallet, too:
[img]http://img147.imageshack.us/img147/9214/my20big20roosteref0.jpg[/img]


also:
52 on 1 card
B'Wave

and of course:
Business Cards
Business Card Magnet
Message: Posted by: Sven Heubes (Sep 4, 2006 09:10AM)
What's in my wallet? Definately not a m******c coin. I already once ruined all my credit-cards....:cry:

So, be careful!!!

Sven
Message: Posted by: Rkull (Sep 19, 2006 07:52AM)
My wallet is a stealth assassin. I carry inside my business cards (always a good thing, when you do impromptu to give at the same time your phone number and e-mail), cards for ungaffed BWave (Alain Nu), a nail writer, a shiner and, in the secret compartment, an index with simple drawings. As you may guess, I do mentalism and in these field, there's a lot of impromptu material.