You get over 52 million results if you search for "unboxing" on YouTube, and probably very few of those differ from the formula that made Disney Hands a millionaire. It's people opening s**t so you can see it. I like to think one or two are made by industrious grave-robbing ghouls, but I simply don't have the time to view them all.
This will have to do.
I appreciate the anticipation of a surprise -- you get that feeling when you're a kid on Christmas morning, or your birthday when you see a box wrapped in colorful paper that gives no clue to what's inside. It's a surprise and it's all yours, and that's super exciting until it turns out to be a box of turds or sweaty rags from a homeless village under the overpass, and your parents laugh and toss out words like "disappointment" and "should have never pulled you from that basket in the river." But the key to that exhilaration is that it's yours.