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"Relax, I have a knot I want to get in too you know. " Li barked. "Then stop making me clench!" Clayton teased. "I'll do what I want!" Li replied, really getting into the excitement as much as Clayton was as he pulled out slightly before pushing with all his might to get buried into Clayton all the way up to his 4 inch diameter knot.
Clayton pressed his paws HARD against the wall, grunting and panting desperately as he was wracked with tingles and shivers. "Oh fuck yes Li. YES!" Li seemed to turn red through his fur again and moaned, "I'm sorry, you're too tight; I can't hold it in any longer" In response, Clayton tapped eagerly against Li's chest with his tail; shaking the pulsating dick inside his ass...the end of the story look at the video above ↑ ↑ ↑
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- Tauzragore 9 months ago
about 5'8 or so in boots....heh heh??
- Jurisar 9 months ago
James we need help here JAMES......
- Arashinos 9 months ago
What difference would having such an answer make?
- Fegal 9 months ago
The onus is on science to create a viable hypothesis and then validate it (in this case validate under feasible conditions consistent with Earth?s history or at least conditions created by a reasonable extraterrestrial source). Not sure how many times I?ve now stated that 14 billion years drops to 4.5 billion years which then drops to a fraction of 4.5 billion. Assume that number is 1/3 the age of our solar system then figure what it takes to create a simple replicating ?organic? substance that eventually takes on the property of metabolism the storage of information and finally replication of what could now be defined as a life form (wow! so much that has to be glossed over in that single sentence). Now you have a primitive form of life that has to survive considerable hazard to ?evolve? into more advanced forms etc., etc. In order arrive at a probability that this could happen by chance you would have to create each step of a reasonable ?evolutionary line? and then estimate how long it would take for each step to occur and then fit that into 1.5 billion (assuming straight line without extinctions along the way). Considering just the complexity of a single eukaryotic cell just how many steps do yo propose? Same for complex self assembling interacting organ systems.
- JoJolabar 9 months ago
Would that be the 7th Angel in the 7th Church age?
- Zolohn 8 months ago
No she is not my friend that?s funking hog wash.
- Talabar 8 months ago
Interesting theory I think might be true. Exclusion Zones created by positively charged protons in water create a stable matrix for layered electro-chemical processes. A specifically constructed matrix starts programming basic cells.for replication. I predict that someday we could find the right "machine" to jump start self-replication on molecular level.Probably muddy waters with acids in them.
- Kazrar 8 months ago
Clearly not as she was blessed with one of the last prophets.
- Mooguhn 8 months ago
He was simply taking advantage of what the man said to teach an important truth. God is the standard and arbiter of what is good.