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LEARN SLEIGHT OF HAND MAGIC AND START IMPRESSING YOUR FRIENDS
The word sleight, meaning “the use of dexterity or cunning, especially so as to deceive”, comes from the Old Norse language of scandinavia. The phrase sleight of hand means “quick fingers” or “trickster fingers”.
One time I was at a party and I was handling some cards while socializing and was asked not by the girls to do tricks, but from the guys at the party to see if I had any talent. Well I did some tricks and drew a crowd and after performing I baffled one chick so hard that she followed me around the entire night going off about the tricks…. I didnt have to do much after that….. I had her attention.– Martin Watson
Sleight of hand refers to fine motor skills and is used by performers and artists in different forms to entertain or manipulate individuals and crowds. Sleight of hand is very closely related to close up magic, card magic, stealing and card flourishing to name but a few.
Because Sleight of hand is used and practised heavily by magicians’ people are confused and believe that sleight of hand is a stand-alone branch of magic but it is a separate genre of entertainment and is often practised as an independent skill.
LEARNING MAGIC GAVE ME CONFIDNECE, CONFIDENCE GAVE ME THE ABILTY TO APPROACH WOMEN AND MAGIC GOT THEIR ATTENTION THE REST JUST HAPPENED.
I used to be a really quiet kid. I mean, I was all relaxed around friends, but around anyone new or girls I was really quiet and shy. Magic has given me charisma and self-confidence to be able to talk to anyone with ease.– Brian Simmons
Plus, a little trick to get a girl’s number never hurts, right!
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