In Bad Taste

Some boys tend to be just lazy with their heads always stuck in their phones. George (David Swanson) is no exception. Marco is tired of his do nothing attitude and curtly dispatches him to the kitchen to make a cup of tea. At least he could do that!

This is when it all goes wrong for George, he thinks he can get back at Marco by putting salt in his tea. Its big mistake to take Marco as a fool and his prank rebounds spectacularly.

Marco decide the boy needs a sharp wake up call and uses the nearest implement, the lads flip flops, to lay on a good whacking!



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Finally using these painful rubber stingers on his bare bottom too.






As salt was the subject of the lads misbehaviour it suddenly finds a new use in his disciplining too, Marco intends to get his own back and does so with a little touch of irony along the way.









By Bruce

4 thoughts on “In Bad Taste”
  1. I love every film with David Swanson (much like actors Joey & Travis) – but there is a problem with the “bend over the couch films” that I have noticed – there is never a clean film shot of the face of the bad lad enduring his justified punishment (in one recent film a throw pillow tag was actually left to block the man’s face). I love seeing the actors faces. Also there is not enough reaction from the actors. Rarely any protest or fighting back/talking back – could you please consider directing the actors to be more definite and mouthy – more vocal throughout – more ashamed and sorry. Too many of these current films have the actors behaving like meek little things just enduring it all. No protest. No contrition. Sometimes no reaction at all. Also – if I may say – David Swanson could do with a good mouth washing with soap as he is spanked heartily. Don’t know if you’ll ever do such a film but I wish you would. Here’s hoping! Thank you always for your work and your fantastic actors.

    1. It would make it sting more. Hence the expression “rubbing salt in the wound”. Although the skin is not actually broken, it is inflamed and tender, therefore, the salt would increase the stinging sensation

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