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A good gift for a husband...

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Just a sample of what a lot of ladies are doing for their fellas this year for Christmas thanks to your ole pal Zod providing such a service.

You're welcome

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my wife would never give her to me... too hard to wrap.

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At this point in my life I think I'd rather have some paddling/camping gear. Its sad to admit but an ass like that would be wasted on an oldish fart like me. I don't think I could keep up with the demands it would place on me.

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Great... what I always wanted for Christmas, a chubbie courtesy of someone not my wife....

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I don't think I could keep up with the demands it would place on me.

Maybe so, but it would be damn fun trying.

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Damn Santa! He must keep her for himself!

I keep asking for that since I was 14 and have never gotten it!

Maybe he doesn't know how to stuff her down the chimney?

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is this an advertisement for boudoir photos?

"hey i'm gonna take pictures of your girl's twat, merry christmas"

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