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Dynamike
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Isn't there a special glass made where you can drink and talk the same time? If so, where can I purchase it?
Bob Baker
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There is no special glass needed. The drinking water gag is a skill to be learned.

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Yes, but isn't there a glass to make it appear that there's more liquid in the glass then there is??

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Try a vanishing milk glass - talk to your favorite magic dealer. Problem is most people can identify them because they were sold as doll novelty items several years back.

I've never been a fan of drinking while talking. (I did it once in 2007.) To me, it places emphasis on the performer instead of where it should be - the figure.
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Well, it is a classic vent stunt and and it may be worth doing just because it is done so rarely. I used to do it in my act, but I took it out. It required an additional table or other stand for the glass and had the potential to make a mess.

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I'll drink to that!
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Thicker walled glasses can help but as mentioned above are not necessary.

I eliminated it, since it was one more object to have in my case.

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Regan
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Abbott's sells a Sealed Milk Tumbler, and also a Pixie Glass.
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The EverFilling Glass can also be used.
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I thought about having the dummy drink while I talk!
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