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TheHillusionist
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I decided to add the Giant Sponge Bunny (6.5") to multiplying rabbit routine as a nice kicker, however I haven't come up with a satisfying way to use it yet. It doesn't compress as small as I thought it would so I'm rethinking having it grow in the spec's hand and it's tough to actually handle.

I was thinking about using the sponge bunnies in combination with cups and balls somehow (anyone know of a routine?) with a surprising final load with the Giant Sponge Bunny.

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated,

Thanks
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If you are looking for a way to combine a sponge ball routine with cups and balls, check out my "Colorful Cups and Balls" in The Wizards' Journal #29. It would also work with sponge bunnies.
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I do a standard sponge bunny routine - after the baby bunnies appear in the kids hand I hand another kid the pile of babies and the mom and dad, I have them say uncle Big Bob, then the big one appears in his hand along with the others, and I say something like "oh, there's Uncle Big Bob". It's a very nice ending. I don't know if I'm using the 5" or 6.5", but as long as it's mixed in with the others, and the kid uses 2 hands to squish them all, it works well.
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Does it come in super soft?
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danfreed
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Yes, the 3D XL ones are super soft. There are some makers that advertise their sponge stuff as soft or super soft, but really they are the opposite.
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Is Steve G still in his fathers business.
Goshman that is.
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On Feb 19, 2017, danfreed wrote:
I do a standard sponge bunny routine - after the baby bunnies appear in the kids hand I hand another kid the pile of babies and the mom and dad, I have them say uncle Big Bob, then the big one appears in his hand along with the others, and I say something like "oh, there's Uncle Big Bob". It's a very nice ending. I don't know if I'm using the 5" or 6.5", but as long as it's mixed in with the others, and the kid uses 2 hands to squish them all, it works well.

This sounds like something I may try, but with my own patter and a few extra steps. Thanks danfreed.
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