Stackable Brain Specimen Coasters Form Awesome 3D Brain On Your Table

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Your brain is an incredibly powerful organ capable of getting you through everyday life. It instructs your lungs to breathe and your eyes to blink, as well as allowing you to read, speak, learn and play sports. ThinkGeek has tapped into the power of your brain and created awesome stackable brain specimen coasters that will make your coffee table look a little smarter.

These coasters are brainier than any other coasters ever! Each coaster offers an awesome image of a section of the brain, and when placed in the right order they all work together to create a 3D model of the brain. It’s a no-brainer to place the coasters in the right order thanks to their labels, meaning you can easily show off a full scale model of the human brain made out of coasters to your guests.

Each pack contains 10 different Brain Specimen glass coasters that measure 4″ x 4″. Each coaster includes 4 rubber legs attached to the bottom so that they don’t scratch any surfaces. You can buy your own set of intelligent coasters from ThinkGeek for $19.99.

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ThinkGeek writes: “In your cerebral cortex right now, there are billions of neurons working like crazy so you exist. And the neat thing about these neurons is how we’ve hijacked a bunch of them into reading these words. Think of all the areas of your brain we are commandeering right now! Poop. We just made you read the word poop. We might also have caused memories and images of poop to plop through your brain. Whew, such power. To celebrate the power of our headiest of organs, we bring you these awesome Brain Specimen Coasters.”

This genius invention is exclusive to ThinkGeek and as a result all of the currently available glass coaster sets have sold out. Check back regularly and you are sure to eventually score your own stackable brain specimen coasters, if only to prove to your friends that you really are the smartest one!

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Photo Credits: ThinkGeek