Because the old flip 'n catch trick with coasters just isn't that impressive -- wait, what about eyes closed? No? -- coasterize your guests instead with South Philly's Bad Luck Art Co., and their cork-backed stone coasters featuring comic book heroes and sexy pin-ups laid under a "waterproofing agent", aka the CIA's preventative measure just in case Gitmo's detainees gained control of the facility.
Comic-laden drink-resters are imbued with everything from a thought-bubbling Iron Man, to Fantastic Four's Thing scratching his head and saying "Whoops", to a screaming, glass-breaking Hulk exclaiming that nothing can stop him -- a proposition Hollywood's worst writers have already proven incorrect twice in the last 10 years. If you'd rather set your Skinny Girl Margarita on something pretty, there's a series of old-school pin-up models, like a blond pulling down her bathing suit top, a seductive fisherwoman with a line hooked on her suit bottom, and a redheaded chef flashing garter belts, aka a familiar sight at one of Bobby Flay's sexy post-Throwdown throwdowns.
If you don't like hot women and comic book heroes,
Chris Evans will politely ask you to exit the country Bad Luck's also got random pop culture and historical coasters, like Bob Marley in concert, and the iconic shot of a sailor kissing a nurse in Times Square, proving that in decades past, tricks were just way better appreciated.