HotShot With Rubber Bands • 1m 46s
Ben provides the explanation behind another little quickie called the Y-Not. To perform this move you'll need two different rubber bands that are noticeably different colors. You'll also need to borrow one finger from an audience member. The rest will happen in a flash. One second one of the colors is on your finger, and the other on theirs. The next, they have switched places. You can even make it happen again... and again... and again.
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