Penn and Teller's How to Play with Your Food PDF/EPUB

Penn and Teller's How to Play with Your Food PDF/EPUB


10 thoughts on “Penn and Teller's How to Play with Your Food

  1. Laura Laura says:

    When I was working at Random House, there was a big to-do because included in each book was a packet of impossible-to- open packet of sugar so you could prank your friends by giving them a sugar packet they'd go crazy trying to open at a fancy restaurant. The packet was supposed to be made of Kevlar so it couldn't be ripped. Well, not only were the packets relatively easy to open, but the sugar substitute inside turned out to be toxic. Oops! So they had to recall the books. A-hahahahahaha. Still, this is a really fun book -- I entertained people at a few dinners with the ghost sugar cube trick.


  2. Steve Odenthal Steve Odenthal says:

    This was an awesome book The tricks shown here will still WOW most people. Told as only Penn and Teller (alright, Penn) can, even I could get the hang of these mysteries solved. I would recommend this to someone who loves sleight of hand or just plain wants to know some basic concepts. You won't be able to put a show together without an awful lot of effort in perfecting your style and charisma. You have to know that Penn and Teller will always have the upper hand. Great read for magic buffs.


  3. Justin Justin says:

    I can honestly say without a trace of hyperbole that this is one of my all-time favorite books. Relentlessly clever, and persistent in its emphasis that the secret to successful magic-tricks is painstaking preparation and practice. I've used the fork-in-the-eye trick on more thimbles of coffee creamer than I care to remember. I've always wanted to do the custom pizza decorated as the selected playing card--what an awesome reveal that would be!


  4. Kaethe Douglas Kaethe Douglas says:

    No one will be surprised to discover that at our dinner table each night, all kudos go to the one who made someone else do a spit take. The Spouse has to restrain me sometimes, as I have no compunction about discussing the most disgusting things I can think of. I suppose there's a reason why we rarely have guests for dinner.


  5. Linda Linda says:

    Excellent book for everyone who thinks that you can bend spoons with your mind or wonders why people vote against their best interests.Seriously, very entertaining book on the skill of lying.Should be required high school reading.


  6. Chad Chad says:

    Pulling the tricks in this book while in junior high landed me squarely on my mom's shit list on a number of occasions.


  7. Sahra Sahra says:

    This book is very clever and funny. I don't think it's one I'd keep around teenage boys. I didn't like that it was sometimes a little vulgar...such is the style in showbiz.


  8. Fred Fred says:

    Very fun book, Penn is always entertaining


  9. Jason Bilsky Jason Bilsky says:

    awww. My copy didn't come with the extras.


  10. Robert Robert says:

    Amusing and entertaining, even if you never plan to put any of their pieces into practice.


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  • Paperback
  • 216 pages
  • Penn and Teller's How to Play with Your Food
  • Penn Jillette
  • English
  • 03 March 2019
  • 9780679743118

About the Author: Penn Jillette

Penn Fraser Jillette Teller's How eBook ´ is an American comedian, illusionist, juggler and writer known for his work with fellow illusionist Teller in the team Penn Teller.


10 thoughts on “Penn and Teller's How to Play with Your Food

  1. Laura Laura says:

    When I was working at Random House, there was a big to-do because included in each book was a packet of impossible-to- open packet of sugar so you could prank your friends by giving them a sugar packet they'd go crazy trying to open at a fancy restaurant. The packet was supposed to be made of Kevlar so it couldn't be ripped. Well, not only were the packets relatively easy to open, but the sugar substitute inside turned out to be toxic. Oops! So they had to recall the books. A-hahahahahaha. Still, this is a really fun book -- I entertained people at a few dinners with the ghost sugar cube trick.

  2. Steve Odenthal Steve Odenthal says:

    This was an awesome book The tricks shown here will still WOW most people. Told as only Penn and Teller (alright, Penn) can, even I could get the hang of these mysteries solved. I would recommend this to someone who loves sleight of hand or just plain wants to know some basic concepts. You won't be able to put a show together without an awful lot of effort in perfecting your style and charisma. You have to know that Penn and Teller will always have the upper hand. Great read for magic buffs.

  3. Justin Justin says:

    I can honestly say without a trace of hyperbole that this is one of my all-time favorite books. Relentlessly clever, and persistent in its emphasis that the secret to successful magic-tricks is painstaking preparation and practice. I've used the fork-in-the-eye trick on more thimbles of coffee creamer than I care to remember. I've always wanted to do the custom pizza decorated as the selected playing card--what an awesome reveal that would be!

  4. Kaethe Douglas Kaethe Douglas says:

    No one will be surprised to discover that at our dinner table each night, all kudos go to the one who made someone else do a spit take. The Spouse has to restrain me sometimes, as I have no compunction about discussing the most disgusting things I can think of. I suppose there's a reason why we rarely have guests for dinner.

  5. Linda Linda says:

    Excellent book for everyone who thinks that you can bend spoons with your mind or wonders why people vote against their best interests.Seriously, very entertaining book on the skill of lying.Should be required high school reading.

  6. Chad Chad says:

    Pulling the tricks in this book while in junior high landed me squarely on my mom's shit list on a number of occasions.

  7. Sahra Sahra says:

    This book is very clever and funny. I don't think it's one I'd keep around teenage boys. I didn't like that it was sometimes a little vulgar...such is the style in showbiz.

  8. Fred Fred says:

    Very fun book, Penn is always entertaining

  9. Jason Bilsky Jason Bilsky says:

    awww. My copy didn't come with the extras.

  10. Robert Robert says:

    Amusing and entertaining, even if you never plan to put any of their pieces into practice.

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