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"What is stopping the employee from finding a full time job?"

The Flare - She eating and treating this ass just the right way pt. 1

The Flare - She eating and treating this ass just the right way pt. 1

"Mmmm that feels good. " Moaned Deandra. Dave is reminded of his previous vigor and pounds his dick into her warm and wet pussy.

Proztate lets out a hushed yelp. He pulls his dick all the way out and thrusts it in as orrgasm as he can possibly go. He lets out a long moan and hunches over her.

"Im assuming you like the way my pussy feels?" "Yes. Very much so. " Dave pants. "Fuck me hard.

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    Talrajas1 year ago

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    It's funny, to US peeps "fanny" is a relatively nice word, like derriere. So you do gotta be careful, yeah. I think it was Churchill who said "the US and Britain are two nations separated by a common language". The differences are an interesting study, though!

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    Voodoogami11 months ago

    I don't know where she lives specifically so I went with the address her lawfirm is located. If her address is listed its probably under her male name or perhaps she rents an apartment...I don't know.

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    Kelkree11 months ago

    First, as I've already told you how many times? They would have to confirm the existence of this creator, and therefor his ability to do it. Otherwise it is neither logical or reasonable. No I don't rule it out, I just see no evidence it's true. The base of all morality is the ethic of reciprocity, or as you know it, the golden rule, which predates even the Jewish religion. It's most likely source for Jewish and Christian religions, was the Egyptians, who were the nearest culture that expressed it before them. In any event, it's been expressed in multiple cultures, in multiple religions and by multiple philosophers, for far longer. It is, at it's base, the basic expression of human empathy, which is an ability of all humans, to do with our brains development of the ability to imagine concepts. In this case, imagining what we would feel like if we were in the same situations others are. All of what we consider morality today are merely rules we all agree on, that allow men to live peacefully in groups, and the benefits of that are clear to all men, I would hope. Without some form of them, the cavemen would not have survived for us to be here talking about it. Their tribes would have broken up, and alone, man was easy prey for a multitude of better equipped predators. Together, we dominated this world. Even the ten commandments, the ones not just religious in nature have that as their purpose. What happens if you start coveting another's woman, possessions, etc. Pretty soon, there's a conflict between you and someone else, and relatives and friends support one side or the other, and pretty soon, it's Hatfields and McCoys. Not good for the survival of the group. Science nor religion have to tell anyone why they "ought" to believe in it.

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