Originated by that master of entertainment: the late Ken de Courcy. A real novelty in pocket magic with such an offbeat climax it's bound to get an astounding reaction for you.
The performer introduces three pieces of tissue paper, for example, one red, one blue and one white. Each is crumpled into a ball. The red and white balls are dropped into the left hand and the blue goes into the pocket. Yet, when the left hand is opened out roll all three balls. Again the red and white are placed in the left hand and the blue goes into the pocket; once more all three re-appear in the left hand. A spectator is given a choice of the three balls and the one he chooses is placed in his hand. The other two are vanished. A mystic pass and when the spectator opens his hand, it contains only one ball. The magician takes the ball from the spectator and unrolls it. Inside is the second paper and, inside that, the third!
Complete with sample tissues (you can easily obtain more) and a great comedy patter by Ken himself.