Once a thing of table etiquette, these napkins by Afroditi Krassa firmly dig their heels into pop culture -- and with gusto. (See the entire "In Plain English" dining collection here.)
"The In Plain English range is designed for the verbally ‘uninspired’. It consists of a dinner plate, coffee cup and napkin: the dinner plate has two messages onto which you can lay your cutlery when finished eating, the coffee cup features a pointer, which can be rotated towards a choice of messages on the saucer, whilst the napkin has two sides of images to choose from when placed on your lap. From life-changing statements to light hearted jokes, In Plain English allows the user to express a series of secret, possibly embarrassing thoughts to their partner by subtle movements of table top objects."