PART 1: Kian and his aunt Finula are waiting for their guest to arrive. Finula hopes that her nephew will learn something useful from the time spent with a cultured boy from abroad. Little do either of them realise just how big an impact the exchange student is about to have on their lives...
PART 2: It's a very strange dinner party with the exchange student present. There's no getting away from the fact that there is a nude boy carrying on as though nothing were amiss. But as Pierre explains more about the town where he comes from, it all starts to make more sense. Indeed - it sounds like a perfectly reasonable tradition to all the women present.
PART 3: Having the exchange student Pierre to stay is an exciting experience – at least for the women involved. They have never had such free access to a nude boy’s body before and are revelling in the opportunity. For the other men present however it’s a lot more uncomfortable.
PART 4: Pierre is full of good advice on how Aunt Finula and the other women might improve the men’s behaviour. He explains that where he comes from, the women regularly drain the boy’s balls in order to calm them down. He also mentions a competition that sounds just delightful to the women.
PART 5: Now all of the boys are naked in front of the gathered fully-clothed women, they must play traditional games from Pierre’s country. It all feels very strange an unnatural to the uptight English boys, but their foreign guest is more than happy to show them the way…
PART 6: There is a tradition where Pierre comes from - that a group of naked boys should all wank into a glass - with the first one to ejaculate being the winner. It is a test of manliness, strength and stamina. There is no prize for the winner... but the loser must pay a very high price indeed.
PART 7: Kian had hoped that when Pierre left he'd be able to put his embarrassing experiences behind him. Never forgotten, but also never spoken about again. However, his Aunt has enjoyed the visit and the changes in her nephew so much that she is keen to continue the foreign boy's traditions. No matter how shameful it is for poor Kian.