Georgie’s younger brother Simon turns up with some friends to celebrate his seventeenth birthday, but the next morning, a monumental hangover and an unexpected discovery threaten to cast a shadow over their close family bond.
Georgie is a lost sheep, cast aside by religious parents for imperfections and a wayward lifestyle. Simon carries the hopes of his parents, but at seventeen and finally off the leash, he wants to have some fun. He knows that he can get it at Georgie’s house, where he is allowed to sleep with his girlfriend and have a few drinks, but at his birthday party, there are complications involving his life-long friend Devan and an operatic taxi-driver.
A two-part short story with some bad language and frequent references to gay and straight sex, but no graphic content.