— It all started a couple of years ago when I got a garage in which the only electricity was a light bulb and there were no electrical sockets. But I needed them to plug in my drill and other tools. And then I remembered the old times, the stagnant years, when we had these electrical things called "conners" (...) No, not "conner" (...) it was "conman". Why did they call it "conman"? Back then people weren't allowed to use sockets in villages, and were only allowed light bulb sockets. But smart people had "conmen". They screwed them into the light bulb socket and then plugged electric heaters into it and the like (...) I made this "conman" with my own hands. I took the base from a light bulb and a plug from an electrical device and then joined them together inside the plastic shell of a deodorant bottle. This was so I could hold the plastic shell and screw things into the light socket without getting a 220-volt shock. So that's how I made use of an old method of accessing the electrical supply when you have a light bulb socket but no electrical ones. Well, that's this item.