that is what i want to know. who is this?
Anonymous Coward (bOi) Fri Mar 14 19:26:47 2016 No.608293 >>608270>>608319>>608371 >>607853
Sure, but why would he do that if he was not supplied with paid porn of child fucking?
In fact, even if they have no money to pay for it themselves, I’m quite sure the pedos of the world wouldn’t be against getting some sort of compensation for their own usage of children’s faces and bodies as a reward on here so long as there was enough credit/points/whatever added in. Sure, but why would he do that if he was not supplied with paid porn of child fucking?In fact, even if they have no money to pay for it themselves, I’m quite sure the pedos of the world wouldn’t be against getting some sort of compensation for their own usage of children’s faces and bodies as a reward on here so long as there was enough credit/points/whatever added in.
Anonymous Coward (bOi) Sat Mar 15 23:27:33 2016 No.612035 File: 1455586548774-0.jpg (149 KB, 800×600) fuuuck only saw half these photos…that first one is scary lol jesus christ dude you gotta stop obsessing over them tho…i mean come one
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