Good St. Anthony
Good St. Anthony started as a card location. Then, as time passed, it evolved into a design duplication, then a divinely inspired prediction. And now it is something of a combination of all those things.
And while the evolution of the effect might interest magicians, the trick itself is very unusual and appealing to laypeople. Much of it takes place in complete darkness.
But unlike most of the times you've tried to "make magic" in the dark, this one will leave the other person completely satisfied. It won't end too soon or never get started. You won't have to be like, "This has never happened to me before, baby, I swear. I'm sorry. I'm just tired."
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