Clarence Williams

Rookie - 10 Points (May 19,1980 / Washington, D.C)

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We became oneanothers   nite! ! ! ! and day, snack! always had a ball really! ! theirs great chemistry, in the streets, and between each others sheets, that our bodies  became one anthers playground! !
His manwhole! ! became my man cave!  His buttagina is where I  drill! and ate like he became food on my plate  Each and everyday! ! ! ! when his a** is in the mist of me! ! ! ! ! if he were a woman he would've complain too about his p***** because i have sucked out his ovaries! ! ! His man whole taste so sweet to me! ! ! That i can be on my f****** knees for hours! ! ! In a day we f***** and f*****! ! ! ! like that the word nasty! ! ! ! And dirty! ! ! became cute! ! ! Man juices was flowing everywhere that he made dam sure! ! ! ! ! when he got off of the d**** before he disappeared it! ! ! ! He licked everything and it was gone without a trace! ! ! He's my snack  my man B****! ! ! ' strong man who can take handle this fat a**  
D***! ! !

Submitted: Thursday, November 14, 2013

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