When two mature men who have been living together finally decide to tie the knot, their sons by their previous straight marriages find themselves planning their dads’ gay wedding. One of the young men takes after his father in more ways than one, but the other one is supposedly straight. Can love lead to a more carnal relationship?
The newlyweds finally gave in to peer pressure and agreed to get wet, too. While they were standing waist-deep in the ocean, embracing and kissing, with their friends cheering them on, Hector and Barry took advantage of this opportunity to haul their wedding present out of its hiding place. Returning to the house and grabbing towels to dry themselves and each other off, Graham and Hernan were confronted by a large, garishly gift-wrapped box set in the middle of the living room floor.
“We said no presents,” Hernan protested.
“But this is something useful,” Hector said.
“Depressingly utilitarian and practical as a matter of fact,” Barry added. “From both of us.”
“Okay, now you’ve got my curiosity aroused,” Graham had to admit.
In front of the assembled guests, he and Hernan unwrapped the package, opening the cardboard carton inside to reveal a brand new toilet, streamlined in shape and made from a particularly unlikely shade of soft violet-gray porcelain.
“You’ve been talking for months about replacing the john in the master bathroom,” a gleeful Hector reminded his father. “Barry and I’ll install it while you’re away. Then you guys can fight over which one of you gets to try it out first when you come home.”