Shakespeare’s Den has a great box that masquerades as a book.
I’m perplexed as to why they decided to call this particular item a Pandora’s Box. Here’s the explanation they give:
In Greek mythology, Pandora was the first woman on earth. She was created by Zeus, and endowed with gifts from the gods. Thus her name, Pandora, meaning “all-gifted,” fit well.
But when Prometheus stole fire from the heavens, Zeus punished him by stealing Pandora away and taking her to Epimetheus, Prometheus’ brother. He gave her a jar and forbid her from opening it. Pandora’s curiosity got the best of her and she opened it, and unleashed evil unto the world.
So if anybody tries to take a peak at your secret belongings, tell him/her that story!
Sure, why not.