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Enterprising Genius Invents Gadget to Keep Roommates From Stealing Your Nutella

Enterprising Genius Invents Gadget to Keep Roommates From Stealing Your Nutella

A German inventor came up with a Nutella lock to keep thieves out of your food

A Nutella lock available on German ebay will keep roommates and children from stealing a person's Nutella.

There are few kitchen experiences as heartbreaking as entering one’s pantry looking forward to a big, indulgent scoop of Nutella, only to find that one's roommate has already eaten all of it. But now nobody will have to go around nursing those wounds, because an enterprising genius in Germany has invented a special lock specifically to keep thieves out of Nutella jars.

According to The Local, Daniel Schobloch, of Borkenkaefer Furniture and Fittings, came up with the idea as a joke, but it turns out people really wanted a way to lock their Nutella jars.

"The idea started out as a joke," Schobloch said. "One of my friends was always getting worked up because his children were stealing his Nutella."

Schobloch’s invention is an acrylic lock that fits around the top of a jar of Nutella and prevents anyone from opening it without a key. Schobloch made one for his friend, but then so many other people wanted them that he decided to put them up on eBay. So far he has sold over 1,000 of them at €9.99 each.

Schobloch says the locks won’t actually keep out a very determined thief, because it would not be that difficult to just smash the acrylic parts. As a novelty gift, however, people love the idea. Schobloch has his invention patented and up for sale on eBay now, and hopes to have it in stores in the near future.


Strong Family Resemblance

This is an extremely common practice in animation where, to establish a familial relationship, a child looks more or less identical to one of their parents. This frequently occurs when a show uses garish or outlandish designs, where subtlety and fine physical detail are already lost, and we need a quick visual aid that other characters may not seem to notice.

If a family is the stereotypical four-member "nuclear" one, the children will usually resemble the respective same-sex parents.

In an attempt to mix things up, however, there may be a family in which the children resemble the respective opposite-sex parents instead. Another common variant is to have the children look nearly identical to the respective same-sex parents, but with the hair or eye colors of the opposite-sex ones.

If there is a Tomboy and Girly Girl or a Sensitive Guy and Manly Man, the tomboy and the manly man will resemble the father, while the girly girl and the sensitive guy will resemble the mother.

Apart from its usage in character design, this trope can also play a role in the plot often, someone notices how similar two characters look and thus figures out they are related to each other.

Compare Uncanny Family Resemblance (where the similarity is maintained further along the family tree), Identical Grandson (where the similarities allow for reuse of a character design or actor), and Generation Xerox (where not only the appearance but also the personality and experiences are repeated). Contrast The Ugly Guy's Hot Daughter. A subtrope of this would be Hereditary Hairstyle and Family Eye Resemblance.


Strong Family Resemblance

This is an extremely common practice in animation where, to establish a familial relationship, a child looks more or less identical to one of their parents. This frequently occurs when a show uses garish or outlandish designs, where subtlety and fine physical detail are already lost, and we need a quick visual aid that other characters may not seem to notice.

If a family is the stereotypical four-member "nuclear" one, the children will usually resemble the respective same-sex parents.

In an attempt to mix things up, however, there may be a family in which the children resemble the respective opposite-sex parents instead. Another common variant is to have the children look nearly identical to the respective same-sex parents, but with the hair or eye colors of the opposite-sex ones.

If there is a Tomboy and Girly Girl or a Sensitive Guy and Manly Man, the tomboy and the manly man will resemble the father, while the girly girl and the sensitive guy will resemble the mother.

Apart from its usage in character design, this trope can also play a role in the plot often, someone notices how similar two characters look and thus figures out they are related to each other.

Compare Uncanny Family Resemblance (where the similarity is maintained further along the family tree), Identical Grandson (where the similarities allow for reuse of a character design or actor), and Generation Xerox (where not only the appearance but also the personality and experiences are repeated). Contrast The Ugly Guy's Hot Daughter. A subtrope of this would be Hereditary Hairstyle and Family Eye Resemblance.


Strong Family Resemblance

This is an extremely common practice in animation where, to establish a familial relationship, a child looks more or less identical to one of their parents. This frequently occurs when a show uses garish or outlandish designs, where subtlety and fine physical detail are already lost, and we need a quick visual aid that other characters may not seem to notice.

If a family is the stereotypical four-member "nuclear" one, the children will usually resemble the respective same-sex parents.

In an attempt to mix things up, however, there may be a family in which the children resemble the respective opposite-sex parents instead. Another common variant is to have the children look nearly identical to the respective same-sex parents, but with the hair or eye colors of the opposite-sex ones.

If there is a Tomboy and Girly Girl or a Sensitive Guy and Manly Man, the tomboy and the manly man will resemble the father, while the girly girl and the sensitive guy will resemble the mother.

Apart from its usage in character design, this trope can also play a role in the plot often, someone notices how similar two characters look and thus figures out they are related to each other.

Compare Uncanny Family Resemblance (where the similarity is maintained further along the family tree), Identical Grandson (where the similarities allow for reuse of a character design or actor), and Generation Xerox (where not only the appearance but also the personality and experiences are repeated). Contrast The Ugly Guy's Hot Daughter. A subtrope of this would be Hereditary Hairstyle and Family Eye Resemblance.


Strong Family Resemblance

This is an extremely common practice in animation where, to establish a familial relationship, a child looks more or less identical to one of their parents. This frequently occurs when a show uses garish or outlandish designs, where subtlety and fine physical detail are already lost, and we need a quick visual aid that other characters may not seem to notice.

If a family is the stereotypical four-member "nuclear" one, the children will usually resemble the respective same-sex parents.

In an attempt to mix things up, however, there may be a family in which the children resemble the respective opposite-sex parents instead. Another common variant is to have the children look nearly identical to the respective same-sex parents, but with the hair or eye colors of the opposite-sex ones.

If there is a Tomboy and Girly Girl or a Sensitive Guy and Manly Man, the tomboy and the manly man will resemble the father, while the girly girl and the sensitive guy will resemble the mother.

Apart from its usage in character design, this trope can also play a role in the plot often, someone notices how similar two characters look and thus figures out they are related to each other.

Compare Uncanny Family Resemblance (where the similarity is maintained further along the family tree), Identical Grandson (where the similarities allow for reuse of a character design or actor), and Generation Xerox (where not only the appearance but also the personality and experiences are repeated). Contrast The Ugly Guy's Hot Daughter. A subtrope of this would be Hereditary Hairstyle and Family Eye Resemblance.


Strong Family Resemblance

This is an extremely common practice in animation where, to establish a familial relationship, a child looks more or less identical to one of their parents. This frequently occurs when a show uses garish or outlandish designs, where subtlety and fine physical detail are already lost, and we need a quick visual aid that other characters may not seem to notice.

If a family is the stereotypical four-member "nuclear" one, the children will usually resemble the respective same-sex parents.

In an attempt to mix things up, however, there may be a family in which the children resemble the respective opposite-sex parents instead. Another common variant is to have the children look nearly identical to the respective same-sex parents, but with the hair or eye colors of the opposite-sex ones.

If there is a Tomboy and Girly Girl or a Sensitive Guy and Manly Man, the tomboy and the manly man will resemble the father, while the girly girl and the sensitive guy will resemble the mother.

Apart from its usage in character design, this trope can also play a role in the plot often, someone notices how similar two characters look and thus figures out they are related to each other.

Compare Uncanny Family Resemblance (where the similarity is maintained further along the family tree), Identical Grandson (where the similarities allow for reuse of a character design or actor), and Generation Xerox (where not only the appearance but also the personality and experiences are repeated). Contrast The Ugly Guy's Hot Daughter. A subtrope of this would be Hereditary Hairstyle and Family Eye Resemblance.


Strong Family Resemblance

This is an extremely common practice in animation where, to establish a familial relationship, a child looks more or less identical to one of their parents. This frequently occurs when a show uses garish or outlandish designs, where subtlety and fine physical detail are already lost, and we need a quick visual aid that other characters may not seem to notice.

If a family is the stereotypical four-member "nuclear" one, the children will usually resemble the respective same-sex parents.

In an attempt to mix things up, however, there may be a family in which the children resemble the respective opposite-sex parents instead. Another common variant is to have the children look nearly identical to the respective same-sex parents, but with the hair or eye colors of the opposite-sex ones.

If there is a Tomboy and Girly Girl or a Sensitive Guy and Manly Man, the tomboy and the manly man will resemble the father, while the girly girl and the sensitive guy will resemble the mother.

Apart from its usage in character design, this trope can also play a role in the plot often, someone notices how similar two characters look and thus figures out they are related to each other.

Compare Uncanny Family Resemblance (where the similarity is maintained further along the family tree), Identical Grandson (where the similarities allow for reuse of a character design or actor), and Generation Xerox (where not only the appearance but also the personality and experiences are repeated). Contrast The Ugly Guy's Hot Daughter. A subtrope of this would be Hereditary Hairstyle and Family Eye Resemblance.


Strong Family Resemblance

This is an extremely common practice in animation where, to establish a familial relationship, a child looks more or less identical to one of their parents. This frequently occurs when a show uses garish or outlandish designs, where subtlety and fine physical detail are already lost, and we need a quick visual aid that other characters may not seem to notice.

If a family is the stereotypical four-member "nuclear" one, the children will usually resemble the respective same-sex parents.

In an attempt to mix things up, however, there may be a family in which the children resemble the respective opposite-sex parents instead. Another common variant is to have the children look nearly identical to the respective same-sex parents, but with the hair or eye colors of the opposite-sex ones.

If there is a Tomboy and Girly Girl or a Sensitive Guy and Manly Man, the tomboy and the manly man will resemble the father, while the girly girl and the sensitive guy will resemble the mother.

Apart from its usage in character design, this trope can also play a role in the plot often, someone notices how similar two characters look and thus figures out they are related to each other.

Compare Uncanny Family Resemblance (where the similarity is maintained further along the family tree), Identical Grandson (where the similarities allow for reuse of a character design or actor), and Generation Xerox (where not only the appearance but also the personality and experiences are repeated). Contrast The Ugly Guy's Hot Daughter. A subtrope of this would be Hereditary Hairstyle and Family Eye Resemblance.


Strong Family Resemblance

This is an extremely common practice in animation where, to establish a familial relationship, a child looks more or less identical to one of their parents. This frequently occurs when a show uses garish or outlandish designs, where subtlety and fine physical detail are already lost, and we need a quick visual aid that other characters may not seem to notice.

If a family is the stereotypical four-member "nuclear" one, the children will usually resemble the respective same-sex parents.

In an attempt to mix things up, however, there may be a family in which the children resemble the respective opposite-sex parents instead. Another common variant is to have the children look nearly identical to the respective same-sex parents, but with the hair or eye colors of the opposite-sex ones.

If there is a Tomboy and Girly Girl or a Sensitive Guy and Manly Man, the tomboy and the manly man will resemble the father, while the girly girl and the sensitive guy will resemble the mother.

Apart from its usage in character design, this trope can also play a role in the plot often, someone notices how similar two characters look and thus figures out they are related to each other.

Compare Uncanny Family Resemblance (where the similarity is maintained further along the family tree), Identical Grandson (where the similarities allow for reuse of a character design or actor), and Generation Xerox (where not only the appearance but also the personality and experiences are repeated). Contrast The Ugly Guy's Hot Daughter. A subtrope of this would be Hereditary Hairstyle and Family Eye Resemblance.


Strong Family Resemblance

This is an extremely common practice in animation where, to establish a familial relationship, a child looks more or less identical to one of their parents. This frequently occurs when a show uses garish or outlandish designs, where subtlety and fine physical detail are already lost, and we need a quick visual aid that other characters may not seem to notice.

If a family is the stereotypical four-member "nuclear" one, the children will usually resemble the respective same-sex parents.

In an attempt to mix things up, however, there may be a family in which the children resemble the respective opposite-sex parents instead. Another common variant is to have the children look nearly identical to the respective same-sex parents, but with the hair or eye colors of the opposite-sex ones.

If there is a Tomboy and Girly Girl or a Sensitive Guy and Manly Man, the tomboy and the manly man will resemble the father, while the girly girl and the sensitive guy will resemble the mother.

Apart from its usage in character design, this trope can also play a role in the plot often, someone notices how similar two characters look and thus figures out they are related to each other.

Compare Uncanny Family Resemblance (where the similarity is maintained further along the family tree), Identical Grandson (where the similarities allow for reuse of a character design or actor), and Generation Xerox (where not only the appearance but also the personality and experiences are repeated). Contrast The Ugly Guy's Hot Daughter. A subtrope of this would be Hereditary Hairstyle and Family Eye Resemblance.


Strong Family Resemblance

This is an extremely common practice in animation where, to establish a familial relationship, a child looks more or less identical to one of their parents. This frequently occurs when a show uses garish or outlandish designs, where subtlety and fine physical detail are already lost, and we need a quick visual aid that other characters may not seem to notice.

If a family is the stereotypical four-member "nuclear" one, the children will usually resemble the respective same-sex parents.

In an attempt to mix things up, however, there may be a family in which the children resemble the respective opposite-sex parents instead. Another common variant is to have the children look nearly identical to the respective same-sex parents, but with the hair or eye colors of the opposite-sex ones.

If there is a Tomboy and Girly Girl or a Sensitive Guy and Manly Man, the tomboy and the manly man will resemble the father, while the girly girl and the sensitive guy will resemble the mother.

Apart from its usage in character design, this trope can also play a role in the plot often, someone notices how similar two characters look and thus figures out they are related to each other.

Compare Uncanny Family Resemblance (where the similarity is maintained further along the family tree), Identical Grandson (where the similarities allow for reuse of a character design or actor), and Generation Xerox (where not only the appearance but also the personality and experiences are repeated). Contrast The Ugly Guy's Hot Daughter. A subtrope of this would be Hereditary Hairstyle and Family Eye Resemblance.


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