NOTE: These “daily” Culture Shock posts have been much less frequent than I’d hoped they’d be, mainly because I feel really uncomfortable busting out my camera or even my phone (which I can’t even find the transfer cable for, so that’s another stumbling block) in a lot of the places I encounter culture shocks. I could just describe them with words, but I’m not sure that has any value to my readers. If you have any thoughts on this problem, please leave a comment.
Meanwhile… IS THIS A THING IN OTHER PLACES?
I have never seen this before. I don’t know if that is because I always just buy the cheap pasteurized white jumbo eggs back home and these are more tenderly cared for, or if this is an example of South African farming being even more mechanized and scary than what we have back home.
[Also, don't worry that the use-by date has passed, Collin took this picture last weekend.]