If there's one food that we all want an endless supply of, it has to be chocolate. One bar of chocolate is simply not enough to satisfy our sweet tooth! Whether you like chocolate as it is or as a part of any other dessert recipe, there is no denying that this simple food is indeed addictive. What if we told you that you could get an extra bar of chocolate for every whole bar that you have? This interesting and viral magic trick illustrates how to get a seemingly endless supply of chocolate. Wondering how it works? Take a look and see it for yourself:
Shared on YouTube by 'condsty', the endless chocolate clip has clocked in 16 million views till date. The video also features in the top trending videos on YouTube India. In the short 13-second clip, two incisions are made in the chocolate bar in order to change its shape. A chunk of chocolate is cut out from the left and shifted leftwards. This makes room for the cut out chunk to be fitted in the empty space, leaving behind one additional cube for you to enjoy!
This endless chocolate magic trick is not a new one and has been around for many years on YouTube as well as other platforms on the internet. The idea is to use simple geometry to your advantage and cut out an additional piece of chocolate from the bar. YouTuber Cubastic had explained the trick behind the supply of endless chocolate on his handle in a video dated June 2020. Take a look:
This is not the only interesting trick related to food we have seen. In 2021, a restaurant worker shared his hack to steal some pizza by cutting it cleverly. Click here to read more about it.
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