Don't like sharing your Nutella? (Who does?) Here is some good news for you: Daniel Schlobloch, a German furniture designer, has come up with a clever way to prevent people from dipping into your prized chocolate-hazelnut spread. "It started out as a joke... One of my friends was always getting worked up because his children were stealing his Nutella," Schlobloch tells The Local. " So he created an acrylic lock that his friend could fasten over the Nutella jar that requires two keys to unlock. It may have started as a joke, but 279 of the Nutella locks — which are currently available for pre-order — have already been purchased.
A Modern Day Genius Invented a Lock for Your Nutella Stash
It requires two keys to unlock.
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