Okay, time to crack some eggs then. I am egg-static.
*plays Egg man from Beastie boys in the background*
I will simulate some scenarios since the question is a bit kryptic.
The logical assumptions approach: Box and bag are two unrelated entities. Bag always has 67 eggs and stays unaltered regardless of the egg transfers in the box.
The basket approach: Ash’s box is in Jane’s bag. Jane’s bag is in a basket. It does not matter how many eggs there are in the bag since Jane and Ash keep all of their eggs in the same basket. Quite a risky strategy guy. Get your act together.
The eco-friendly approach: Jane is an environmentalist and she only uses paper bags. The problem is that paper bags lack the durability of the plastic ones and the bag tears itself. Eventually, Jane has the moral high ground that she did the right thing, a teared paper bag and 67 eggs cracked on the floor.
Ash, you are either with us, or you are egg-ainst us. Choose wisely.
The scumbag approach: Ash takes 32 eggs out of the box but also secretly takes 32 eggs from Jane’s bag. Jane has only 35 eggs and Ash is a complete slimebucket.
The revenge approach (continuation from the scumbag approach): Jane realizes what kind of scumbag Ash really is and she hits him on the head with the bag in a mace-like fashion. Ash is hospitalized, Jane is sued and the bag has zero eggs.
The omelette approach: Jane is an incredible omelette cook. She makes her famous 4 egg omelette for Ash with plenty of pepper, salt and thimjan. Jane has a bag with 63 eggs and Ash has a full stomach.
The Good Samaritan approach (continuation from the omelette approach):Ash takes 32 eggs out of the box and secretly places them in Jane’s bag to thank her for the omelette. With 32 eggs he can enjoy another 8 great dishes. Now Jane has 95 eggs in her bag.
PS: I am sorry but I am not sorry. All puns intended.
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