That's it. Three. One carries the ladder, another carries the bulb, the third changes it. And China keeps it's people employed.
Oh, and before i forget, I do actually want to ask a question about Ikeas state-side. For those who have never been there, one of the floors is a huge showroom with a couple hundred smaller rooms representing in many different motifs. Anyway, when we got to the living room and bedroom areas, there were people literally passed out in just about every bed and comfy couch. Is this normal? I'm all for naps, my dad is a professional nap taker, but seriously? Who crawls into bed and pulls the sheets up?
I'm pretty sure most of those people didn't buy anything and simply went there because the bed is more comfortable than the one at home. Do people go to Ikea in the states just to rest?