The year is 1991, and Spud Milton’s long stroll to masculinity is as yet crawling along at an unnervingly sluggish speed. Moving toward the mature age of fifteen and still no indications of the eagerly awaited ball-drop, Spud is dealing with the way that he likely could be an anomaly. With a mother never going to budge on emigrating, a dad raking in huge profits out of selling custom made home brew, and a sick grandma called Wombat, the new year appears to offer little aside from outrageous humiliation and seriously embarrassing Milton franticness. In any case, Spud is getting back to a life experience school where he is as of now not the most youthful or the littlest. His residence mates, known as the Crazy Eight, have an uncommon new part and his home has another grasp of first years (the Normal Seven). Assuming Spud thinks his subsequent year will be a breeze, notwithstanding, he is truly mistaken.