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Table tricks are all the rage when it comes to post-dinner "oohs" and "ash." That's why you need to keep the hits coming! For instance, give the Balancing Glass Trick a try. All you need are some knives, bottles, and a drinking glass. Before you know it, you'll be wowing your audience with a glass that seems to defy gravity and the laws of physics.
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