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WHICH MAGIC VIDEO SHOULD WIN??

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Post by fiez on Sat Feb 06, 2010 8:22 am

i just posted something up recently on a thread,something crossed my mind and i had to post something,alang2 jua forum ani kan ative balik.

i usually have the habit of having my cards in my hands whenever i feel like it,say in public i usually have my cards when i sit around benches (not to show off) but i just have the habit of it and i never leave home without atleast a deck of cards.wonder what other people might think when you fiddle with your cards in public?

is it usually negative?or positive?hmmm i dont know,have your say....
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Post by Mann on Sun Feb 07, 2010 2:30 am

I realise these days when people see me with cards in public, they always hold still for a while.. and eventually have the urge to ask "magic kah?"

In that case, it's positive.

I used to think that people Would think we are into gambling when they see us with playing cards, but I was wrong. The only time it ever happened to me was when an immigration officer yelled "eh bejudi kau wanggg??" in front of me, in front of a long que at the post office. That's one extreme case that actually occurred.

With that said, there's always a conservative view about people with playing cards.

All in all, with the rising popularity of the art, I believe most laypeople nowadays associate playing cards with magic, which is good, so that we, at least, do not look weird in the eyes of many.

My two dollars. Wink
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Post by fiez on Sun Feb 07, 2010 4:06 am

true but there are certain places people will not get out of that gambling thought box,such as school,and in work place maybe?and i agree the fact that magic as well as cardistry is gaining its reputation in Brunei,applause to the local magic stores for that Smile

p.s:mann u better change ur dp by ramadhan,cangs karang.....hahaha
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Post by Mann on Sun Feb 07, 2010 7:16 pm

Nice point regarding the certain places. I remembered when I was in form 6, my friend's playing cards ended up in the Student Affairs office.. when a teacher saw him with a pack of playing cards. The teacher was an old lady.. that was, I think, the reason why.

I doubt teachers of 'our generation' would mind. I used to have a lecturer who even brought playing cards with him all the time. Wink

P.S: Hahaha.. my DP survived past the last Ramadhan.. ok ok I'll change it this year :p
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Post by Admin on Sun Feb 14, 2010 10:30 pm

yeah .. i agree with you two ..i always to have a deck of card while im working .fiddling tapuk2
im still not really open to my college or non -magician friend ..still feel weird ..lol and i know some
thought esp 40+ plus old people thinks its common with gambling..
in public ialso still feel awkward to have my deck on my hand if im alone but if ada dgn ok lh haha..remember fiez when we at mamih last time .. kana tantang kali tane uleh urg tua ah heehe

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Post by Mann on Tue Feb 16, 2010 12:37 am

I forgot to mention that aged people have the tendency to believe that you are a friend of the devil after seeing you do a French drop.
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Post by mindfreak172 on Tue Feb 16, 2010 9:19 am

nowdays i can see changes in the way ppl see a guy with cards. kalau dulu memang bnar ,slalu org pikir ngeative tu,but now reduce sudah but yet ada some ppl see it negative. (setan,judi ,syirik,etc)
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Post by fiez on Wed Feb 17, 2010 1:52 am

awu,sampai masane tkanang jua urang kan magic ani,silap mata nya urang tua2 hehe lapas ku tampar atu paham jua durg....
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