SHEET NINETEEN

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`PART ONE | the task roulette:`
1. WATCH AN OLD BLACK AND WHITE MOVIE.
2. WRITE A POEM ABOUT A BIG, BLUE, BOUNCY BALL.
3. BUY A BOX OF CHOCOLATE AND SHARE IT WITH A FRIEND.
`PART TWO | how I solved it:`

+ 6 rows and 3 columns table with a cell of 6 units height and 6 units width. Centred.
+ The drawing grid imitates the actual grid of the selected chocolate bar; each cell equals to one slice of the chocolate.

THE DRAWING

+ To stay as close to randomness as possible my friend here, to whom I offered the chocolate was the random sequence generator at random.org (but in the end it was me eating up all the pieces 🙂 )
+ First all the cells were randomly numbered with the help of the mentioned generator. Then a new random list of only 9 numbers between 1 and 18 was selected using the same random generator.

+ THESE numbers represented the cells or chocolate slices I was able to eat away. And thus the final drawing shows those cells or chocolate slices that stayed untouched during the task.

`PART THREE | few samples:`
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