How does Tajiri get the green mist into his mouth in the middle of a match?
It's water green food coloring and a balloon or glove that's bitten.They sometimes keep it in there mouth throw the match.They can also sneak it into there mouths while wrestling.
How does Triple H and other wrestlers like Muta and Tajiri make their spit-water spray out into a mist?
Its not that hard, I can do it Answer to the above post- If the water spitting isn't hard at all then explain how its done. Explain also how the wrestlers can open their mouths during the match, never once going under the ring to get water and manage to spray a whole mouthful of colored kool aid mist..... Answer usually when tajiri is knocked down the ref places the water mixture bag into tajiris…
The creator Daneboe films himself talking in front of the camera with green paste around his mouth. When he edits it, he uses the software to remove the green from the footage just leaving the mouth. He then tracks the mouth footage onto the orange, this is so his mouth stays still on the orange. If this is not the correct answer.... It must be because of magic! Hope that helps.
Get a bowl of m&m's and have everybody sit in a circle and have 1 person at a time pick up 2 m&m's. If they are the same color you can eat them, if they are not you put them in your mouth. Then if the person who put them in their mouth gets a match the next time they can eat whatever they have in their mouth. I played it 1 time and i…
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