Make virtually *anything* appear to squeak, squawk, or squeal when you touch, poke, or squeeze it! Endless funny prank ideas.
As is shown in the video, you can probably assemble what you need for this in your own town, sort of a Do-It-Yourself project.
But, if you’d prefer to save the time, money, and energy, you can just order the things, ready to rock, right from me.
Here’s the deal:
Get two (2) MOUTH SQUEAKERS (each packaged separately with full instructions), for just 5 bucks. Free shipping. Just five dollars total for TWO of these evil MOUTH SQUEAKERS delivered to your door.
This card trick has won me *countless* FREE BEERS throughout the years… and now here are the secret instructions so YOU can do it and win free drinks, too!
Watch it, learn it, do it, enjoy your free beers, and thank me later.
(…with a beer, maybe?)
I co-hosted “The Independent Entertainer” podcast, with Jeremy ‘Jer-Dog’ Danley (www.JerDogComedy.com), one of the hardest-working and funniest comedians on the road today.
“The Independent Entertainer” is a resource offering guerrilla marketing tips and information for comedians, DJ’s, musicians, magicians, and other performers to take control of their show-biz careers, effectively promote themselves, and get more and better gigs.
So… If you’re NOT an entertainer, you probably won’t care much about this info, but if you ARE an entertainer… get your ass in here (also, sign up for the gig-getting e-course at ComedyBookingSecrets.com). Do it. Do it now.
Main topics in this episode include…
(a) what your audiences REALLY care about,
(b) how to get killer, descriptive testimonials,
(c) how to immediately pick up quick and easy gigs, and
(d) why head-shots and bios are overrated.
Also, there’s quite a bit of A.D.D., awkward silences, talking shop, stories you won’t hear anywhere else (vomiting backstage, hitting an 80-year-old lady in the tits with a water-balloon during a show, etc.), and other little interesting tidbits of awesomeness from a couple guys who have been playing this game for a few years.
Listen right here (it’s a bit over an hour long):
Or go to the episode’s page to download it: