I haven't done magic in about two years. I used to really enjoy performing, developing a unique patter for each trick, or coming up with a suitable one on the spot. I realize now that I liked the psychological aspects more than the actual tricks and the sleight of hand. Not that I didn't enjoy those at all, I just really liked being able to use misdirection, suggestion, repetition, etc. to guide the audience's attention where I wanted to. And I still use these methods, to a lesser degree, in my everyday life. Still, I somehow lost interest; and now two years later I realized why. I just read the excellent article "Mastering Ten Tricks", and was surprised how close to home it hit. I want to start doing magic again. I'd like to find two or three tricks that I can do on the spot, with no preparation necessary. I think magic is much more effective when you use what's at hand, doing extraordinary things with ordinary objects. Borrowing coins, napkins, bills, pens, etc. TL;DR: If you think you can help me out, please recommend your favorite impromptu magic tricks. I know there's a bit of confusion with the word "impromptu", so for clarity I mean "no setup, no carrying around props, no gimmicks". I'm already reading Bobo's Modern Coin Magic. I'm not sure I want to get into mentalism, which looks like a completely different beast. I'm perfectly okay with mental magic, though. Thanks for your help guys!