Her Majesty's Hussars are off on campaign. Major Harry Havelock congratulates new Lieutenant Shada on his promotion, and introduces the boy to the privileges of rank: wine, wenching, and whipping!
Havelock's Campaign, Chapter 1: The New Lieutenant.
This is a new historical military series inspired by the British Colonial era.
Major Harry Havelock of Her Majesty's Hussars is about to set out on a new campaign. He has been assigned a new Lieutenant, fresh from training, commission bought with daddy's money, of course. The night before they move out, Havelock summons the young Lieutenant Shada to educate him in the privileges of an officer and a gentleman: wine, wenching, and whipping! As a passing-out gift, Havelock presents the new Lieutenant with a girl he has trained himself, a saucy wench with a heart of gold, just the thing to keep a young man's tent warm on his first campaign.
Havelock also takes the opportunity to demonstrate to the new Lieutenant the best methods he has found to keep the help in line, should the need arise: a brisk over-the-lap spanking (which also serves as an entertaining diversion) and, if she needs it, a firm thrashing with the riding crop. Duty and pleasure don't often combine so pleasantly, but when they do it really is marvellous.
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Photography: Nimue Allen
Extended outtakes and behind the scenes hijinks. Includes much hilarity as Pandora and everyone else cracks up at Flash Harry's OTT dialogue ("What what!"), working out the "fishing and fucking" joke, many Blackadder quotes, and the opportunity to get to know Andrew Shada considerably better as he and Tom bond over fencing and other interests... until Pandora and Nimue have to remind them to get back to the job at hand. ("Gentlemen, gentlemen! Beatings not geekings!")
Tom asks Andrew how he feels after his first day of shooting spanking video - what he found easy, what he didn't, what expected and what he didn't! They also discuss the strap, the crop, switching - and whether he would come back for more.
Thanks Andrew, it was a pleasure working with you and we look forward to shooting with you again in 2014!