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May 15, 2017 AT 2:00 am

A Cookie Box That Can Only Be Opened With Two People That Helps Teach Self-Control

Friends Gustav and Thijs recently developed a project that hinges on collaborative self-control, using a notoriously irresistible item: cookies. Check out the process photos up on Imgur and well as detailed instructions of the build here on Google Drive.

I have zero self-control when it comes to snacking and I often found myself on the couch, binge eating all the snacks that were in the house. I always wanted to try to build a physical thing, so I decided (together with my friend Gustav) to make a cookie box that can only be opened when you’re together with another person.

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