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I think ill just let the pics do the talking as im lost for words on this one , ... visted with the elusive and adam

plenty of battery operated adult content , you have been warned lol

 

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thanks for looking

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3 hours ago, AndyK! said:

Woah! That's all I have to say! :4_joy:

that was exactly my reaction when i looked on the table 

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Ähm, this place is a little distraughting... ;)  Looks like the resident had a lot of fun. :D

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So many good names for this one. 'House of boners', 'Villa Dildo'....haha. Excellent find, bet you were pissing yourselves laughing in here!

 

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10 hours ago, The_Raw said:

So many good names for this one. 'House of boners', 'Villa Dildo'....haha. Excellent find, bet you were pissing yourselves laughing in here!

 

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 Yes! all the way home we were trying to come up with some names; face-ache from laughing! I liked friction farm, punishment palace  and this morning i come up with Members only!!! pahahaha oh  and we now have an answer for the question "What's the weirdest thing you've found?" 

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to funny at times . yes was funny deciding what to call it  trying to drive and not laugh too much , went with what he was called by his mistress in the end  ,, thanks all

 

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On 12/28/2018 at 3:02 PM, klempner69 said:

Wow,I would love to know the shenanigans that went on here

oh to have been a fly on the wall

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On 1/2/2019 at 12:40 PM, coolboyslim said:

Holy fuckballs that's some dongs lol. Epic find made me laugh my head off. Thanks for post 

ha was definatly a fun one  .laughter was loud when we found them too 

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