# A six-foot-tall magician holds a beer mug on the top of his head, He bends forward and let’s it fall to the ground.....

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A six-foot-tall magician holds a beer mug on the top of his head,

He bends forward and let’s it fall to the ground,

When it hits the ground, there is not a spot of beer spilled,

How can this be?

posted Feb 1, 2017

the bear mug is not having any beer.

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