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Gentler!" but Li wasn't listening, and Clayton realized he didn't mean a word he said; he LOVED how he was pressed against a wall, being dominated by a black wolf that was to excited to stop.
Li sunk the claws of his free paw into Clayton's ass, making him clench hard around his throbbing meat. "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 fopt...the end of the story look at the video above ↑ ↑ ↑
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- Yozshuhn 8 months ago
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- Gagal 8 months ago
The problem here is in defining the 'unborn child'. Some people regard the fertilized egg as an unborn child. Others move the line down to some other point. Some even claim that there is no such thing as an 'unborn child'; a child only exists after it is born. There is no universal agreement on the definition.
- Kegore 8 months ago
So you admit to being a liar and a troll.
- Kijar 8 months ago
The changes to DNA over time, yes....the origins of DNA, absolutely not.
- Shaktikazahn 8 months ago
What specific evidence was rejected by a court consisting of people who are lawyers, not scientists?
- Tojatilar 8 months ago
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- Tomuro 8 months ago
I remain immune nonetheless. I'm under no control of words written eons ago in an crusty old book.
- Moogugami 7 months ago
Our nation is run by two intensely corrupt parties.
- Arashitaxe 7 months ago
1) I'm well aware of what Pascal's Wager is. However, you structured it as "trading earthly rectitude", which isn't exactly what Pascal was getting at. Pascal -- a mathematician at his core -- was really discussing cost-benefit analysis
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