That boy was so fucking annoying that I left the house furious and went to the street. I do, however, enjoy anal if I do it to myself with a finger or dildo. I finished up just fine, until I realized my butt had swallowed the small vibrator. It was unreachable. Had to give myself an oily enema to get it out and it was vibrating the whole 20 minutes it was stuck in there. I tried flicking the bean with the handle of a knife. Spread eagle on my bed, in sight of the door. My little sister walked in and asked what I was doing.
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