It's pretty inevitable, and we all have it happen. You go somewhere and before you know it, SOMEONE is asking you to do some magic. I personally love it, and its rare that I'm not prepared. I went to a cook off last night (a huge one, I think the whole town was there. I literally had to park a mile away and walk there.) Any how, I wasn't even in the place for two minutes (no exaggeration) before somebody was walking up to me asking me to perform. Of course, I was prepared. But this brings up a question. I know none of us like to ALWAYS pack our pockets with cards or spongeballs just in case we happen to get asked for some magic. However, not all situations permit you to be able to pick something up and do magic with it. This would be easy to do in a restaurant, but maybe not at the park, or the local pool or places like that. So my question to you - what is the minimal amount of "props" you can carry to be able to perform a decent amount of magic on the spot wherever you are? For me, I already always carry my wallet, phone, and keys. Besides that, all i need is two pennys, a quarter, a nickel, and a dime, and I can perform quite a bit of quality, entertaining magic to leave them wanting more and leave myself with plenty more to offer later when I have all my props on me!