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Like everything in a magician’s outfit, the cummerbund has gone through some tweaking to serve the conjurer’s magical purposes. Magicians with a sense of fashion and practicality have turned it into a utility tool to vanish and produce small objects. That innocent-looking waist sash has become a servante, where the magician can ditch objects into, or steal things from, to create magical disappearances or productions.
In the Philippines, a large number of magicians call this utility device topit. Again, let me educate you. It is not a topit. The correct term is cummerbund servante.
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