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Guest: (200 days ago)

Start out with one small glass full of a thick milky liquid. Pour into a larger glass containing an invisible liquid and it will appear to fill. The milky liquid will mix and will be diluted -- hopefully nobody will notice. Keep doing this until you get to the larger glass. Ooops, the liquid is nowhere near as milky as it started out. Damn, I think everyone notices now. Hell, I'll just pour all that liquid into the smaller glasses to distract the audience.

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Start out with one small glass full of a thick milky liquid. Pour into a larger glass containing an invisible liquid and it will appear to fill. The milky liquid will mix and will be diluted -- hopefully nobody will notice. Keep doing this until you get to the larger glass. Ooops, the liquid is nowhere near as milky as it started out. Damn, I think everyone notices now. Hell, I'll just pour all that liquid into the smaller glasses to distract the audience.

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Guest: Glug (199 days ago)

I don't think that's how's it's done. The glasses are trick in they have a hollow insert making a narrow gap (narrower, for larger glasses) between it and the outer wall and can also be filled in the center. Watch how the fill pouring goes, very carful to pour near the edge , then a quick fill in the center. On the refill that center pour is missing.

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I don't think that's how's it's done. The glasses are trick in they have a hollow insert making a narrow gap (narrower, for larger glasses) between it and the outer wall and can also be filled in the center. Watch how the fill pouring goes, very carful to pour near the edge , then a quick fill in the center. On the refill that center pour is missing.

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Guest: (199 days ago)

Are you serious? You can buy these gimmicked glasses in every joke shop for a fiver. They have a conical indentation in the bottom. I think I might make a video of some other poundshop magic tricks to wow the BoreMe crowd.

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Are you serious? You can buy these gimmicked glasses in every joke shop for a fiver. They have a conical indentation in the bottom. I think I might make a video of some other poundshop magic tricks to wow the BoreMe crowd.

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Guest: (199 days ago)

Your explanation doesn't resolve why the liquid started out milky and thick and turned into a diluted watery substance by the time it went to the last glass.

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Your explanation doesn't resolve why the liquid started out milky and thick and turned into a diluted watery substance by the time it went to the last glass.

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Just buy a set yourself and you can marvel at it in your own time. The liquid is the same, same consistency, same colour, throughout. They're gimmicked glasses. End of.

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Just buy a set yourself and you can marvel at it in your own time. The liquid is the same, same consistency, same colour, throughout. They're gimmicked glasses. End of.

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