Houdini Keg Stand
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Houdini Keg Stand

Women's Cotton/Poly T-Shirt
USD $28.00

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Never heard of this lesser known trick?

This week only! The Great Houdini! The Handcuff King! Master of Magic! Lord Magic Pants! Escapey Boy! The Guy Who Intentionally Puts Himself in Weird Situations and Then Escapes from Them! Sultan of a Thousand Nicknames! Will risk life and limb in his most death-defying -- and inebriating -- stunt to date! Do not miss the Upside-Down Keg Stand in a Straight Jacket!

The Great One will be secured in a straight jacket, inverted via crane, and have a tap line taped to his mouth. The Chief Constable of Halifax himself will administer the keg stand to ensure the jacket is secure and the keg is not full of O'Doul's or something. "Ol' Sneaky Fingers" will thus attempt to free himself whilst the 15.5-gallon tank rushes a steady stream of oxygen-depriving, alcoholic refreshment up his gullet to deafening chants of "DRINK! DRINK! DRINK!"

There is but one rule! Escape the straight jacket or finish the contents of the keg! Two shows nightly at 7 and 9 (pending clearance from a licensed physician).

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Houdini Keg Stand

Women's Cotton/Poly T-Shirt

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  • Adriana
  • Rating:
  • 5/13/16
  • Great Quality
  • I bought a few shirts from this site a couple of years ago. They've been super soft since day one, have yet to wear out, fade, or even get a hole. These shirts are great quality and if you're looking for something fun that will last a while, I highly recommend them.
  • Colby
  • Rating:
  • 4/19/16
  • Favorite Shirt!
  • Awesome retro color, super soft, fits perfect and best of all - hilarious! First thing out of the dryer I choose, please don't retire it ever.



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