Anons, help me out. After watching this webm for a couple loops, it appears as though the guy's stand doesn't have an exit on the sides or in back. Let's say he wanted to take a walking break off work or leave for the day. He must have to crawl out the front. He doesn't look very nimble, and he has to lumber over his cooking station and dozens and dozens of eggs in the process. How does he accomplish this task without doing things like bumping the a carton off the shelf, mushing his feet, hands, or other parts of his limbs into the eggs, breaking them? Does he take all the cartons off and pile them inside his stand, one by one, THEN crawl out the front? That seems unlikely, he can't physically reach all the way over to grab the furthest carton in the stand. Does he have a step-stool? Is he deceptively fit, and can actually make one quick jump over everything, like the quick brown fox over a lazy dog? That would be especially impressive since there doesn't appear to be any room to get a running start, and he would be vaulting over his hot workstation. Maybe that's part of his routine. I imagine him performing this stunt with the same jaded expression he has in the rest of the video. Jumping over everything for the thousandth time. He could have been jumping over everything for years. Maybe he jumps and uses his arms to push himself up and over everything? It could turn out disastrously, his foot might graze one carton and that could easily send the whole wall of eggs crashing down, in a single cascade. In order to protect his bottom line, there must be some way he can leave the stand without breaking all the eggs. Maybe he buys little enough he has cooked everything by the end of the day, and can exit the hut as ungracefully as necessary. With only a minute and seven seconds of content, it's difficult to infer exactly what his exiting process would be. I think this question of our time deserves a full investigative report from a credible source.