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ringmaster
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On Jul 3, 2017, A Show By Joe wrote:
Heck, you can do what I did and go to the Dollar store and get a mini Pringles potato chip can. It just has to be metal on the bottom. You can load it with a red potato at the end or steal a fry from a plate if you can.


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I will look into that, thanks!!!
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Of course you can use the Play Doh chop cup for adults by saying it was the first trick you learned back when you were a kid....
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On Jun 16, 2017, frankieacemagic wrote:
Oh come on. Can someone please talk me out of buying this?? I do a chop cup routine at every table and every show. And my restaurants are essentially family/kids restaurants. The repeat families are always back to see the chop cup, sponge balls, pizza paddle or turbo stick, dishonest Abe, etc. wouldn't this be adorable for the tables??? Or. No?
I already do a chop cup routine. My wife says, why bother? That's so...her Smile

So does anyone have this? Any reviews?? Thank you!

https://practical-magic.com/collections/......lay-chop


I thought it was a really good idea. But not sixty pounds worth of good idea! That's almost $120.00!
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On Jul 3, 2017, A Show By Joe wrote:
Heck, you can do what I did and go to the Dollar store and get a mini Pringles potato chip can. It just has to be metal on the bottom. You can load it with a red potato at the end or steal a fry from a plate if you can.


I thought of that a few years ago, but never put it together.

I put a Passe Passe effect together many years ago using Coke cans and shrimp cocktail glasses. A year or so ago, I saw someone actually selling a set.
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I just went to the site to look at the product and in dollars, the chop cup costs $78.22. How did you get close to $120?

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On Aug 7, 2017, ed rhodes wrote:
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On Jun 16, 2017, frankieacemagic wrote:
Oh come on. Can someone please talk me out of buying this?? I do a chop cup routine at every table and every show. And my restaurants are essentially family/kids restaurants. The repeat families are always back to see the chop cup, sponge balls, pizza paddle or turbo stick, dishonest Abe, etc. wouldn't this be adorable for the tables??? Or. No?
I already do a chop cup routine. My wife says, why bother? That's so...her Smile

So does anyone have this? Any reviews?? Thank you!

https://practical-magic.com/collections/......lay-chop


I thought it was a really good idea. But not sixty pounds worth of good idea! That's almost $120.00!
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On Aug 8, 2017, Kaliix wrote:
I just went to the site to look at the product and in dollars, the chop cup costs $78.22. How did you get close to $120?

The link I saw gave the price as £60 creepy exchange rat that should be a little less than $120.

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On Jun 16, 2017, frankieacemagic wrote:
Oh come on. Can someone please talk me out of buying this?? I do a chop cup routine at every table and every show. And my restaurants are essentially family/kids restaurants. The repeat families are always back to see the chop cup, sponge balls, pizza paddle or turbo stick, dishonest Abe, etc. wouldn't this be adorable for the tables??? Or. No?
I already do a chop cup routine. My wife says, why bother? That's so...her Smile

So does anyone have this? Any reviews?? Thank you!

https://practical-magic.com/collections/......lay-chop


I thought it was a really good idea. But not sixty pounds worth of good idea! That's almost $120.00!
"He was born with the gift of laughter and a sense that the world was mad." - Rafael Sabatini, Scaramouche
rmendez
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About $100 total with shipping.
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On Aug 10, 2017, rmendez wrote:
About $100 total with shipping.


My apologies. The last time I bothered to check the exchange rate from pound to dollar, it was almost two dollars to the pound.
(Not dealing in British money, I hadn't checked very often.)
I see now it $1.76 to the pound so yeah, only about $76 dollars.

Again, my apologies.
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