There are many tricks, one could perform in bars regardless of one’s gender to impress or perhaps as a way to get introduced to those who find themselves at the bar at the same time one happens to be there. This being the case though such tricks are usually performed by males to, for the most part get the attention of a female who has caught his attention.
Tricks one could perform are of many varieties though I for the most part recommend, those which are not overly complicated and yet call attention to the one executing it. Tricks should not be dangerous in any way to anybody not even oneself, for this may get one not so delicately asked to leave the bar in question, so in other words setting fire to the furniture in the bar is not what I had in mind. What I did have in mind however is something simple which I happen to have a particular talent for, as my body’s coordination just seems to lend itself to it. This being my ability to throw small pieces of food in the air; like a grape or a peanut and catch it with my mouth.
I really do not know what it about this “corny” trick but it has never failed to get somebody’s attention, when I have performed it, weather it be at bars or even my own wedding; people just seem to like seeing me do it. To me there is nothing to it as I have a natural ability that allows me to catch the item I throw up in the air about 90% of the time, also making me think it is a shame people of my skill do not get paid for it as well as professional athletes do but those are the breaks.
As for the trick itself, like all things in life there are no sure ways to please others but I believe based on the many times I have done it that more often then not this trick will achieve the goal of making those around at least smile. With regards to those that can not perform this trick, I suggest they practice it, given that it can not be that difficult I figure if it came to me with such simplicity.
My name is Gianni Truvianni, author of many an article to be found on the internet along with the book “New York’s Opera Society”. My works also include the books “What Should Not Matter”, “Love Your Sister” and several others which still remain unpublished though I am presently looking to change this.