You are at the carnival. The sights, smells, and sounds are over-whelming. You come across a small stage with huge, colorful banners behind it. A man with a microphone walks onto the stage, and begins his bally. That's right! He is getting the crowd excited to see the Sideshow!
"Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, please gather around the stage. Another show is about to begin. We can't block the midway, so gather down and gather around. You are going to see the most amazing display of human anomaly so incredible you have to see it to believe it!
Ladies and Gentlemen, please help me welcome David Devlin to the stage. David is one of our performing geeks that we will be featuring inside our big top show on the inside and he's going to be demonstrating one of the strange feats you'll ever witness.
David was born with the ability to move objects through the cavities of his own head! He will take ordinary popcorn kernels, pop them in his mouth, and by moving muscles in his head, he will cause that enough, he will then do it with four, count 'em, four kernels, but in reverse! He will stick them in both of his eyes and up both nostrils, and believe it or not, they will travel to and out of his mouth! You've gotta see this to believe it! Ladies and Gentlemen, if you're in line, you're in time!"
This is by far one of the strangest routines that anyone can do. It is positively the vilest and most disgusting things you can do with ordinary popcorn kernels (other small objects can be substituted for the popcorn). The audience literally sees the kernel go into your mouth, and come out from under your eyeball. This is a real gross 'em out, freak 'em out, make 'em pass out routine designed to make 'em scream!
And it is easy to learn and even easier to do!
This routine is impromptu! Each phase can be performed on its own, or as a two-phase routine. David gives you all of the information that you need to know to perform this classic sideshow trick. David also gives you some really good performance tips and suggestions for those of you who want to go that extra mile.
[Note: While this is in no way the most dangerous trick in the world, it is not the absolute safest either. It is 99.99% safe, but just to cover our butts, David Devlin nor Lybrary.com can or will be held responsible for any injuries sustained during the performance and/or practice of this routine.]
1st edition 2013