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19 hours ago, Black neck said:

Someone s been telling her 3 inch is long as your arm 

That's what I tell my other half 😂😂

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Tried tellin me tissue damage, dint even wana x Ray him. Iv insisted on X-rays so see what they say tomorrow when he’s back in 

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7 minutes ago, Boristheblade said:

Tried tellin me tissue damage, dint even wana x Ray him. Iv insisted on X-rays so see what they say tomorrow when he’s back in 

Right let us know mate👍

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My mate sent me these the other day. Him and my old bitch, (the one in my avatar). Very pre ban, I'd never seen them before...

 

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11 minutes ago, Bosun11 said:

My mate sent me these the other day. Him and my old bitch, (the one in my avatar). Very pre ban, I'd never seen them before...

 

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What size was she bosun.

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1 minute ago, dogmandont said:

What size was she bosun.

24/25".. I dont think i ever measured her.

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1 minute ago, Bosun11 said:

24/25".. I dont think i ever measured her.

Looked like a well made bitch.

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K'inell... Thought it was a massive moderator type post for a min... 🙈

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14 minutes ago, Bosun11 said:

K'inell... Thought it was a massive moderator type post for a min... 🙈

Hee hee 

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