MikeJ: Malcolm the Wiggly Worm

Come and check out Malcolm, my wiggly little worm pal!

About mikej

Movie review shows from Mike Jeavons, a British Person, including "Shameful Sequels" & "Hang on a Second", along with music videos and sketches.

10 comments

  1. The ‘invisible’ wire cannot appear on video or in photos because cameras (photo and video) see things flat, not in 3D like we can. It’s always used in television, movies and in photos. Luckily everyone can get a roll at a local store somewhere.

  2. MidnightScreeningsman2014

    Rip wiggly worm malcolm (untill he comes back alive i guess). I believe i saw the string on it and its a cool product thanks for showing me it mikej

  3. I’ve NEVER heard of these. I couldn’t see the wire.

  4. I used to buy these as cat toys for my cat… didnt bother using the wire… Named it Hickory..She adored them! she’d carry them around in her mouth… drop it down the stairs… bat it around…

    they make awesome cheap cat toys too XD

    (I learned this when I bought one for ME- and she stole it and ran off with it.)

  5. Nope, I couldn’t see the wire, and was wondering how it worked. I thought it had to do with your hands making it move.

    It seems like it gave little kids magician training. Use more professional invisible wires, and you could probably manipulate a lot of things.

    (I remember seeing a trick in a magic shop and buying it just to find out it was a thread and I’d have to do a ton of work to make it look natural, so I never opened it. Never again did I buy a magic trick without knowing how it works first.)

  6. I couldn’t see the wire, but I thought you did a pretty good job of makin it move though!

  7. I think there used to be a commercial too for these. There is also a variant with a ball with a weight in it that makes it look like the worm thingy is playing with it.

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