wafflesex:

RIGHT, SO REMEMBER WHEN WE FOUND OUT ABOUT THIS FREE! THEMED PORN COMING OUT

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WELL, I WATCHED IT AND OK

IT STARTS OFF WITH A BUNCH OF IDIOTS STRETCHING AND SHIT TO HARDCORE GUITAR SOLOS AND THAT’S FINE AND WELL

THEN IT GETS TO THIS DISGRACEFUL FOOL

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WHO LITERALLY DO THE GOGGLE SNAP THING RIN DO

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AND I’M LIKE “OOOOH OK GETTING TO KNOW THE CAST BETTER NICE NICE”

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THEN THESE GUYS SHOW UP AND I’M LIKE “OOOOOOH YOU GUYS MUST BE THE PORN VERSION OF THE IWATOBI KIDS OR SOMETHIN’ LET’S SEE THEM BONERS”

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BUT OK THEY’RE ALL CHANGED SO LET’S GO TO THE POOL! SURELY WE’LL HAVE HAPPY FUN TIMES OUT THERE!

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… NO, THEM AND TEN OTHER SPONTANEOUSLY APPEARING IDIOTS FUCKING DO THIS BULLSHIT FOR THIRTY MINUTES FIRST.

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GENTLEMEN, WE ARE NEARING THE FIFTEEN MINUTE MARK OF THIS HOUR LONG PORN AND I HAVE YET TO SEE A SCHWING DING DANGLE IN ANYONE’S HOO HAH

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31 MINUTES IN AND WE’RE ACTUALLY SWIMMING NOW!!! HOLY CROTCH SHOT

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45 MINUTES IN AND THEY’VE JUST BARELY MANHANDLED AN ASSHOLE AND TOSSED HIM INTO THE POOL. I CAN ONLY ASSUME HE HAS THE SMALLEST DICK.

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OH BOY PRACTICE IS OVER TIME TO REST. MAYBE NOW WE CAN SETTLE DOWN WITH SOME NICE COCK HOPPING.

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… OR WE COULD JUST FUCKING PISS AROUND AND HAVE A NICE REFRESHING BEVERAGE INSTEAD

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52 MINUTES, BOYS. COME ON, HOW FAST CAN YOU FUCK

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WHAT DO YOU MEAN THAT’S THE END??

AND WHAT ARE YOU DOING HERE, LEAVING YOUR DELICATES OUT TO DRY???

THERE WAS LITERALLY MORE COKE THAN COCK IN THIS SHIT

I AM DISAPPOINT 0/10 MACKERELS WOULD NOT FAP EVER


Burčák (also called Sturm, Junger Wein or Burčiak) is made from a batch of the young wine, just after the grapes have been crushed. Then you add sugar and let it ferment a bit. The result is something that’s no longer grape juice yet not exactly wine. It has been called “dangerous” because people who aren’t familiar with it let the sweet taste fool them into thinking it has no alcohol. It does, about 4-10 % so keep that in mind if you want to avoid unexpected hangovers.
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Burčák (also called Sturm, Junger Wein or Burčiak) is made from a batch of the young wine, just after the grapes have been crushed. Then you add sugar and let it ferment a bit. The result is something that’s no longer grape juice yet not exactly wine. It has been called “dangerous” because people who aren’t familiar with it let the sweet taste fool them into thinking it has no alcohol. It does, about 4-10 % so keep that in mind if you want to avoid unexpected hangovers.
Zoom Info

Burčák (also called Sturm, Junger Wein or Burčiak) is made from a batch of the young wine, just after the grapes have been crushed. Then you add sugar and let it ferment a bit. The result is something that’s no longer grape juice yet not exactly wine. It has been called “dangerous” because people who aren’t familiar with it let the sweet taste fool them into thinking it has no alcohol. It does, about 4-10 % so keep that in mind if you want to avoid unexpected hangovers.
Zoom Info

Burčák (also called Sturm, Junger Wein or Burčiak) is made from a batch of the young wine, just after the grapes have been crushed. Then you add sugar and let it ferment a bit. The result is something that’s no longer grape juice yet not exactly wine. It has been called “dangerous” because people who aren’t familiar with it let the sweet taste fool them into thinking it has no alcohol. It does, about 4-10 % so keep that in mind if you want to avoid unexpected hangovers.
Zoom Info

Burčák (also called Sturm, Junger Wein or Burčiak) is made from a batch of the young wine, just after the grapes have been crushed. Then you add sugar and let it ferment a bit. The result is something that’s no longer grape juice yet not exactly wine. It has been called “dangerous” because people who aren’t familiar with it let the sweet taste fool them into thinking it has no alcohol. It does, about 4-10 % so keep that in mind if you want to avoid unexpected hangovers.
Zoom Info

Burčák (also called Sturm, Junger Wein or Burčiak) is made from a batch of the young wine, just after the grapes have been crushed. Then you add sugar and let it ferment a bit. The result is something that’s no longer grape juice yet not exactly wine. It has been called “dangerous” because people who aren’t familiar with it let the sweet taste fool them into thinking it has no alcohol. It does, about 4-10 % so keep that in mind if you want to avoid unexpected hangovers.