In 1929, after boiling the kettle for at least seven minutes, Toronto had an affair with the next door neighbour's auntie's uncle's second cousin's friend, not knowing or caring if it was male or female. Unfortunately, the day after, Toronto regretted all four minutes of this affair, and cut his hair off in rage, at least 2cm of it. He accidentally and unceremoniously cut his head off and was presumed dead afterwards, although this has never been confirmed or denied.