As filthy as this looks, I can't help but be utterly awed and amazed. Pull this bar trick at the club and you'll at least woo the Jersey Shore set.
Hands down, the ULTIMATE bar trick. This dude has some seriously steady hands. It's gotta be all in the steering... right?
Richard Valentine Pitchford, widely known as the great Cardini, was a legendary magician and former president of the Magician's Guild.
Tongue what? There's tongue kiss, tongue tied, tongue twisters, but tongue clapping? What? Meet Sam Taylor. He and the great minds at VideoJug give us the 411 on the new way to impress the ladies.
Wait...with only your hand? It's simple. Take a normal Bic-style lighter. Hold down the button to release butane gas into your cupped hand. Then light it.
WonderHowTo house favorite, Sam Nouyoun gives the lowdown on "fuming" super glue to develop latent fingerprints on smooth surfaces.
Coin toss. It's an equalizer. 50/50. Heads. Or tails. Well, not if you cheat.
We have a soft spot for bar tricks...in the same way we love magic. These are two variations on a single theme. Get a dollar out from under an upside down beer bottle without touching nor toppling the bottle.
With the recent release of both Watchmen and X-Men Origins, convincing a drunken buddy at the bar that you've got slightly super human lifting abilities isn't completely out of the question.
Steroids are silly. Like all great feats, the key is ingenuity-- not brawn.
Legend says this is Winston Churchill's trick. He used to pull it off with cigars just to elicit a reaction.
Visit Taiwan some day. Honest. Every school kid twirls and twirls during class. This cool video teaches you different ways to spin a pencil/pen on your fingers. By using your thumb, index finger, and middle finger, while observing the weight balance, you will learn to be cool...in that post-modern metro sexual blase blase...way.
St Patrick's Day. It has been distilled to a day of green beer binges and shamrock confetti. This video will assuredly not disappoint. Consider this the ultimate Irish pick up line.
Properly produced, a pointless bar trick is as much a how-to as a Mario Batali cooking instructional. We are non-discriminatory in that regard. While curating, we focus primarily on the INTENT of the video.
Congratulations to Brian Brushwood and Scam School for winning the 2008 WonderHowTo Magic Award! We're huge fans of the Scam School and with the votes, clearly you are too. Scam School and the Superhero Trick are the brainchild of spiky-haired magician Brian Brushwood. Brian is the only WonderHowTo Award winner with a self-produced action figure!
This is an early discovery for us. Consider it an inspiration.