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Doggystyle and Deepthroat

23 year old male. Pictures that I think are erotic, hot and generally just fucking good, pun intended. Leave me questions, submit things to me, I don't bite unless I'm fucking you. 17+ blog. I claim none of these pictures as my own, they are all "found."

Doggystyle and Deepthroat turned 3 today!
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It’s only been 3 years? Damn, seems like a lot longer than that. Thanks for following guys, hope it’s been as fun for you as it has for me. 

Doggystyle and Deepthroat turned 3 today!

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It’s only been 3 years? Damn, seems like a lot longer than that. Thanks for following guys, hope it’s been as fun for you as it has for me. 

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Send me nudes. Tell me what you’re doing as you look at the blog. You know, fun stuff. 

I love the fact that most of my followers aren’t sex blogs, just regular people with regular blogs that occasionally have my hand-picked porn come across their dash. Probably at inopportune times. 

God, I haven’t had that car for over 5 years, but I could still explain every detail about it. Best car that I’ve ever owned. I hope that guy is taking care of her T_T

yahooautos:

Ford Mustang’s 50th anniversary

The car’s styling captured the exuberant youth culture of America in the early 1960s — and its $2,368 price tag made it affordable to the horde of baby boomers just reaching driving age or heading off to college. That price was for the basic six-cylinder engine, but buyers could add extra-cost (and handsomely profitable) options, including an automatic transmission, air conditioning, convertible top and a 289-cubic-inch V8 engine.

American popular culture was gaining global reach in the early 1960s, and the Mustang went along for the ride. Over the years, Mustang clubs were established in more than 150 nations, many of which opposed America’s policies but admired its lifestyle.

THIS MAKES ME MISS MY 66 T_T

WHY THE FEELS

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"I’m used to it"
- The saddest thing you can hear someone say. (via mcqueencat)

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