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Watching two millennials go through a book about the 1960’s is quite comical; naturally, the young turks bore easily and Grayson’s hard-on burrowing into the small of Hunter’s back takes precedent. The boys wind up in a torrid make-out/cock-lick combo mombo that is much more interesting than the book they were reading, even for anyone that grew up DURING the 1960’s! The smooth squirts squirm about fumbling at each other’s clothes, mining for cock. Once the newbies get a taste, there’s no turning back. Both boys have ample appendages, but Hunter’s hog is HUGE and Lange licks that lovely beast like a lollipop! That is, until he discovers Hunter’s hind end! The Heaven’s blessed Hunter in the front AND in the back! The boy’s beautiful alabaster ass is shiny an new and absolutely edible, especially to Grayson! Once he primes the pucker Grayson gathers his groin and plunges fast and hard and RAW into his buddies behind. Graham grabs his mammoth manhood and lifts his legs high as they can go! Moaning with the perfect measures of pleasure and delicious pain before climbing on top for a ride. He faces forward so we see his giant cock flop as he’s fucked before flipping again to take it doggie style like a champ! Grayson grabs ahold of the kids hips and heaves his whole cock inside, slapping the boys butt with his balls until both boys explode like volcanos! Hunter winds up covered in hot love lava careening down and into his freshly fucked crack. Lange lets some go up inside as he plugs the happy hole one more time.
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