New Clip: Stuck!

Posted by on August 21, 2017

This is the main clip I shot on August 16. Aside from some out-takes, this is probably going to be it, for a while.

In this clip, I go for a short slog and get stuck in the thick mud. The struggle is real and the sink is slow but relentless. I don’t get completely immersed, but I do get hopelessly stuck … hence the name.

There isn’t a lot I can say about this clip. It is sad that I have so few clips to sell, this year, but I really need to be careful until my spine is healed.

Here is a link (clips4sale): Stuck!, 2017-08-16 Now also available in my UMD store.

10 Responses to New Clip: Stuck!

  1. Gurglemire

    Downloaded it. Watched it. Loved it.
    This kind of clip is really the sort of thing I enjoy: slog, stuck, struggle, sink. I know that’s not especially adventurous, but it’s what I like. Well, maybe in a thong, too. 😉
    Anyway, thank you for risking spine and limb.

    • mudbondage

      I’m super glad you liked it. I wasn’t able to do an immersion clip. I knew I had a couple “stuck” fans, so I worked as hard as I dared to make it real.

  2. Dolphin

    Hello Doug…

    Always like your blue briefs. But, the sink was such a turn on, watching you struggle, twisting, pulling..and sinking deeper and deeper. I’m ready to go out to the coastal marsh near me for a sink…good low tide around 4:30am to 5:30am. There are a few deep holes with thick mud like you got yourself caught in. Many thanks for another exciting adventure.

  3. Dolphin

    Hello Doug…

    As much as we love watching your adventures in the swamp or your backyard mud pool, don’t push it and recover as soon as possible. I was awfully careful in recovering from the bypass surgery and the two knee replacement surgeries and followed the recommendations of both the surgeons and physical therapists. I worked beautifully for me, but it does take some time. I’m only now…two years after the knee replacements…getting back to the beach…and right now it is mostly walking to build back up the endurance and breathing capacities…then some running. We’ve got lots of your videos to keep us entertained and excited as you recover.

  4. andy85

    Hi Doug
    I too downloaded and enjoyed the clip
    I would strongly endorse the comments above. It would be sad not to get any more new clips from you but even sadder if you hurt your recovery in producing them
    So make you and your health your number one priority.
    Maybe you and ‘us’ could work on ideas to film when your fit enough to do them
    All the very best

    • mudbondage

      Hey Andy! Don’t worry, I’m not going to do anything that I know will hurt me. The problem is that it’s impossible to know where that line is drawn. I feel pretty good, and I’m getting stronger with physical therapy and indoor exercise. Sometimes, I just need to get out on the water for my peace of mind.

  5. Dolphin

    Hello Doug…

    A happy Labour Day…the “traditional” end of summer vacation. Don’t have to think about classes and lectures anymore…retirement is glorious. Hope all goes ok with you and that the back is improving a bit.

    • mudbondage

      I hope you enjoy your retirement. My back is doing well. I’m just trying to give it time to heal. I will be taking some time off work, soon. I expect to do some traveling. Right now, I’m keeping an eye on Hurricane Irma, so I know how to plan.

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