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gordonmj
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I am sorry if I am asking too much but I am able to do the tie steal perfectly well but how do you stop the tie making a sound as you pull? I am a bit dull in my description as I do not want to reveal the method could someone P.M me. again I apologise if I ask too much.
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If you are "entertaining" them (as well as the audience), their mind is not on subtle (in comparison) sounds, but on you , your actions (and if you talk) your voice.

Hope this helps.

Music in the background is an additional insurance.

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mark1991
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Hi there,

I'm not sure it really does matter if they hear it!

By the time you get around to stealing a tie in the routine, you've probably taken most of their belongings and they might be a little suspicious anyway. Make it a finale as they walk down to their seat to pull the tie from the back collar. I've seen this get loads of laughs!

Hope this helps!

Many thanks

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teenmagician1
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Can you explain the basic mechanics of tie stealing I want to do it at parties as a comedy gag
parmenion
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On 2011-03-30 06:42, teenmagician1 wrote:
Can you explain the basic mechanics of tie stealing I want to do it at parties as a comedy gag


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Hello guys,
What books or DVDs would you recommend to start pickpocketing?? I have never practiced it before but I'm really intrigued.

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Look into the work of Chappy Brazil for work on stealing watches, and look to both Bob Arno and Apollo Robbins for work on stealing anything else. With that, you will have a lifetime of work on your hands.
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