Brace yourselves. “Totor” has included scientific shots, erotic shots and high-resolution detailed images from all possible angles. You will also learn the Italian for “Heavy Duty” if you read Totor’s explanations, plus the text is given an added flavour by being written with a slight accent.
He also tries to fit in by making a joke about keeping women in confined spaces.
We IN NO WAY deserve the luxury of this amazing material, and have communicated as such in a personal email of thanks to Totor sent at approximately 10:02pm on the evening of 15 June 2009.
“Here are the photos of a very old battery found in a equally old keyholder. With such a high quality material, you can launch your battery coverage with great style and high scientific content.”
“This is the keyholder, dating from the 6th decade of the 20th century.”
“In this orifice, many many years ago, when Extra Last was known as Idiot Toys, even before the last good Sonic game, was a small light bulb. ‘This can mean only one thing’, did I thought: ‘This keyholder was ELECTRICALLY POWERED’.
“This picture is just for the purpose of building an erotic tension.”
“A small battery!”
“A very old small battery, and rather well conserved!”
“Even after all these years in the darkness of the inner cavity of this keyholder, her metallic arse (let’s say it’s a female) still seems to be quite fit, and absolutely not leaking. It’s good to know for people with a passion for keeping women in basements.”
“Artistic shot: a reflection about time passing, as we juxtapose a keyholder from last century and one for the new generation, featuring a character nowadays youth is fond of!”
“Scientific shots: rotation on the vertical axis. Palaeographers identified this battery as an Italian one.”
“‘ERPILA’ stands for the still existing ‘SUPERPILA’ brand! ‘SUPERPILA’ is best translated as ‘SUPERBATTERY’, which mean you can’t go wrong with them.”
“Scientific shots: ‘alta capacita’ is the Italian for ‘heavy duty’. Was this extremely advanced technology already known to the Romans? Amazing concretion on the orange area.”
“Scientific shots: this extreme close-up lets us appreciate the bad quality printing and the fibre fabric of the postwar paper industry in Mediterranean Europe.”
“Ink and colors somewhat resistant.”
“Erotic shot: a battery nipple, red wax, all in manual focus virtuosity.”
“Appeasing shots, post erotic climax.”
“Large view, with all know elements and a background for connoisseurs.”
“Same thing, but the producer insisted to include Opa Opa” – Totor.
filed in Uncategorized on Jun.17, 2009