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Caspar
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Does anyone have an idea how to cause a liquid to drain from a chalice visually or does such an apparatus exist that could be purchased? Thanks in Advance!
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At one time someone manufactured a goblet that had a bulb attached to the side of the stem. The goblet could be filled and drained via the bulb.

I'm not sure who made it or even if they are still made, but I bought mine from Hocus Pocus four or five years ago. Give Paul Gross a call, and I'm sure he could help you.

Someone on this forum could probably tell you who made it.

Hope this helps,

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Think Vanishing Milk Glass. A chalice would have to be custom made, I believe.
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Off topic kind of, but when I saw the title of this thread I thought it was a euphamism for going to the bathroom.
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Which brings up a good point because once I started a performance and minutes into it I had an incredible urge to "drain my chalice". Very uncomfortable.

It's important to always go to the bathroom before a performance, even if you really don't feel like it.
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I wonder how many more of our expressions can take on another meaning:
I have to palm another billet.
My spoon is bending.
Time for a magician's choice.
Is that a Tarot deck in your pocket or are you just happy to READ me?
I'm covered in ectoplasm!
I got a Glorpy in my pants.
I need to take a peek.
Now that's a pinkie break!
I've got it in the gambler's grip.
Okay, so I put one ball in my hand and the other ball in yours...

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Caspar
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Well if anything, thanks for the laugh.
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You put me in an odd postition on this, Caspar. Either your mailbox is full, or you don't allow PM's. Either way, I can't post a method to you. This is an open forum, so I'm not going to put a method out here. If you will either have this thread moved to the banquet room, or you will post the question there, in the Secret Sessions section, I will give you an answer.
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Caspar
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Sorry Bill. I don't know why the PM will not work, I received one yesterday. I will post this in the Private Sessions forum and I will also make my email address visible.

Thanks for your help. It is appreciated.
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