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Topic: Max Maven's Lemonstration
Message: Posted by: daffydoug (Oct 19, 2006 10:23AM)
Has anyone purchased this, yet? I'm having great fun with it.
Message: Posted by: NiallTL (Oct 20, 2006 04:40AM)
You mean the one where the magician rearranges the letters to make melon, and the picture turns into a melon?
Roy Walton showed me that, and I figured out as soon as I saw it - basic trick but very effective - anyway, I do figure things out quite quickly!

It seems like a very good trick!

F.D. :heavymetal:
Message: Posted by: daffydoug (Oct 20, 2006 08:52AM)
It is indeed short and simple, quick and effective. Perfect for an opener in table hopping.

But the picture of the melon, as I mentioned in another post, is BUTT UGLY! So I went to google, found a beautiful picture of a watermelon, and gluesticked it over the ugly one.

Now it's perfect. I will use this all the time!
Message: Posted by: swamy (Mar 14, 2009 05:46AM)
Similar to Lemnostration is the effect "Top Drop" by Shigeo Futagawa.
Message: Posted by: Paul (Mar 17, 2009 08:42AM)
Anyone know when Top Drop was first released? Copyright date on instructions etc?
It can be seen here:

I actually prefer Lemonstration (maybe I just like Lemons). Niall said, " I figured out as soon as I saw it " So did I, but lay folk don't. It's a cute restaurant trick.

Bob Ostin also had a routine for kids where he re-arranged letters to make different words before producing a birthday card.