`PART ONE | the task roulette:`

~~SEE A CONCERT.~~~~VISIT SANTA AND HAVE A FRIEND TAKE YOUR PICTURE.~~**BUY A BOX OF CHOCOLATE TO SHARE WITH A FRIEND.**

`PART TWO | how I solved it:`

**+** 2 tables of 6 rows and 3 columns with a cell of 6 units height and 3 units width;

**+** placed directly next to each other.

**+** 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

**+** First all the cells were randomly numbered with the help of the mentioned generator. Each table separately, starting with the left table.

**+** After that, using the same random generator, the numbers between 1 and 24 were randomly arranged into two lines.

**+** THESE numbers represented the cells or chocolate slices I was able to eat away.

**+** The upper sequence determined which of the slices of the left chocolate bar, and the numbers of the lower line defined which slices of the right chocolate bar should be eaten away.

**+** And thus the final drawing shows those cells or chocolate slices that stayed untouched during the task.

`PART THREE | the image:`

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` NEXT | March 17, 2018 `