This is page 3 of the instruction manual. Apart from the rather greater number of bits of faux-wood than I expected, this simple piece of child's furniture requires 114 screws, widgets, doodabs, slightly longer screws, slightly thinner doodabs and some curly things that defy description. It's enough to bring tears to a grown man's eyes.
Fortunately, all the bits are neatly separated and labelled. Oh, sorry, did I say 'neatly separated and labelled'? I meant 'all mixed together in one plastic bag, thus requiring you to separate and identify one from t'other without the aid of an electron microscope'. This will take at least half-an hour. It's enough to leave a grown man rolling on the floor, emitting peculiar, barely audible whimpering sounds.
This is page 37 of the instructions. PAGE THIRTY-SEVEN. PAGE THIRTY SEVEN.
No doubt in my mind. Someone, somewhere should be shot.