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george albot


116 Next?


You set me on fire yesterday
And then again today, but it was in a different way
I’m mesmerize with you, it’s always so new
Sex appeal just flows from you
! ! But it better be just for me, ’’
You don’t know how much attraction you have
You are such a thrill to be near
And even better to touch

I love slapping, touching your fat arss
Off I go again, I would like to string at least
Half a dozen words together before
I start to think about the other
But how good did you look in the dress
You are very good at knowing what suit you
You must be,, because we look brill together
As seen in the shop window today
And the effort you put in to it pays off every time
You look; fab’’ talking of witch’’
I love and in love with the curves of your sexy voluptuous body
Did you know that lobsters mate for life, see all useful information?

Right do the same as you did yesterday lift the dress up
And show me, thanks for that;
I don’t even have to be there just knowing that you will
Is all it take I can see it all
Feet, ankles, every thing
Now I’m going to kiss your lips
I need kissing
I love you
XXX
PS
And Albert is going to need therapy
If you carry on hypnotizing him like that
He says it’s getting far too hard
To handle well for me anyway
You might be able to sort it out for him
Make it soon
But only in a bed for are first time
XXX

Submitted: Sunday, July 07, 2013
Edited: Saturday, July 13, 2013

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