Pintel huffed an exasperated sigh. "Didn't I just say so? Open it, you bloody great idiot."
"Alright, alright, no need to be that way," Ragetti replied, working at the knots that held the thing together.
"Don't drop it. Be careful," Pintel exclaimed, hands twitching as if he wanted to unwrap it himself.
Ragetti gaped as the last rag fell away to reveal a glass eye, staring up at him. "Oh, mate," he breathed, "I dunno what to say."
"You like it?"
"You shouldn't have," Ragetti beamed.