“Getting stuck” gets new meaning

Pepé Le Pew

Senior Villager
#12
@admin does the above thread qualify to fall under the news and politics category ??No!!!

verdict:weka hio mama equator
Sex and politics are indefatigably “stuck” together. For example, this can interpreted as a defiant nasarite who failed the #ResistNjeri test. Given the number of witchdoctors that have been enriched this campaign period, it is entirely plausible that a spell has been cast on all weak rod-bearers.

You have been warned.
 

Kaffir

Village Elder
#13
This is caused by tension ! a finger up her butt hole causes the muscles to relax and you will be out and on your merry way, albeit with a smelly digit !
 

Pepé Le Pew

Senior Villager
#14
This is caused by tension ! a finger up her butt hole causes the muscles to relax and you will be out and on your merry way, albeit with a smelly digit !
You know, I’ve never met a girl who says she likes anything up the butt. So if most people are like me, fingers will increase tension, not reduce it. Who has sex with a dirty butt anyway? Don’t answer that.
 

Kaffir

Village Elder
#15
You know, I’ve never met a girl who says she likes anything up the butt. So if most people are like me, fingers will increase tension, not reduce it. Who has sex with a dirty butt anyway? Don’t answer that.
the fact ur handle is pepe le pew u must have stinky butt
 

Pepé Le Pew

Senior Villager
#18
the fact ur handle is pepe le pew u must have stinky butt
Kaffir (alternatively kaffer; originally cafri) is an ethnic slur used to refer to a black person. In the form of cafri, it evolved during the medieval era as a non-derogatory equivalent of "negro". In Southern Africa, the term was later used as a neutral exonym for Bantu peoples. The designation came to be considered a pejorative by the 20th century.

Enough said.
 

Kaffir

Village Elder
#20
Kaffir (alternatively kaffer; originally cafri) is an ethnic slur used to refer to a black person. In the form of cafri, it evolved during the medieval era as a non-derogatory equivalent of "negro". In Southern Africa, the term was later used as a neutral exonym for Bantu peoples. The designation came to be considered a pejorative by the 20th century.

Enough said.
No need to get butt hurt and crawl wikipedia all in jest mi dear !
 

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