Tonight it was more "Stuff" like
The Suzanne Paul ad where they drop a bowling ball onto a Bambillo pillow. And the fresh egg underneath is not broken.
Fair Go tried and failed every time, then tainted the ad as it being misleading.
Now, I'm not a physicist, but I'm site many of us have seen where eggs can support weight, and/or are strong. Due to the shape and support that it provides.
They took the issue to the brand owners who demonstrated and it was fine. Fair Go had a go there and it was fine.
How? The ad had the egg on a padded cushion. Its firm, and straight. It clearly allows more of the egg to absorb the weight .
Fair Go's own test were all on hard surfaces, even though the ad was on a flat cushion.
Come on Fair Go, enough of that.
Note that if you lay out x amount of eggs, about a door size, place a hard flat surface on them, you can stand on it and break no eggs.
They all can take a certain amount of weight, X number of eggs = bit more than the weight standing on them. The ad allows a lot of the egg shell to
be pressured by the cushion and pillow, spreading the weight