Mother made sex tape with her son, 16


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so the question remains who would hit that ?

She probably looks better in person (less grainy and such). But I would.

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I'm sure there is some sort of Kardashian joke here somewhere but I can't point it out...

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Maybe it makes him happy. Let them be free to express themselves.

Amen :) Mom cat and her son slept together.

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I don't see what the problem is. I'd hit it, even if she were my mother. And no I've not had sex with my mother....not that I wouldn't. It's when it's not consentual it's a bad thing.

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is it sad that I can't help but think that if the title of this article was "Father made sex tape with his daughter, 16" that this would have hundreds of replies already?

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I don't see what the problem is.

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The problems are that the kid was 16, the age of sexual consent in California is 18, and incest is also illegal.

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Whoa, that's he wasn't even her stepson!

As sick as this story is, there have been 23 releases of the Taboo film series since the early 1980s. Obviously, Taboo is fiction, but people seem to be into (watching) that ****.

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I did read hentai manga online amid incest. mom-son is one of most popular genre in Japan, second goes to sibling. Have you read h-manga online recent?

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I did read hentai manga online amid incest. mom-son is one of most popular genre in Japan, second goes to sibling. Have you read h-manga online recent?

Yes nothing beats Chikan in the morning!

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I don't see what the problem is. I'd hit it, even if she were my mother. And no I've not had sex with my mother....not that I wouldn't. It's when it's not consentual it's a bad thing.

My boss made the exact same face like this :huh: when I was done reading your comment and laughing my ass off.

You mad bro? Having sex with your mother...thats just ewwie. :huh:

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I did read hentai manga online amid incest. mom-son is one of most popular genre in Japan, second goes to sibling. Have you read h-manga online recent?

You see it n Japanese media because incest is legal in Japan.

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16 and you have somewhere to drop your load besides Kleenex? No GF or possibility of one.I would <--- I'm a sick puppy! :woot:

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She looks like a burnt out characachure of Pamela Anderson.

And no, I wouldn't "hit that". I wouldn't hit it with Neobond's dick. I think I can smell the STDs from here!

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I just read that she had no contact with him for 15 years. That's what I thought would be the case.

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Yeah kinda hard to have feelings for someone who's not in your life much...so BANG A GONG!!! GET IT ON!!!

My boss made the exact same face like this :huh: when I was done reading your comment and laughing my ass off.

You mad bro? Having sex with your mother...thats just ewwie. :huh:

:) but seriously, I'd hit it. (Y)

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Yeah kinda hard to have feelings for someone who's not in your life much...so BANG A GONG!!! GET IT ON!!!

:) but seriously, I'd hit it. (Y)

Yeah, well all pixels aside I'd def hit it, if she was not my mother ofcourse :woot:

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It's a vicious cycle.

She was 16 when she gave birth to her son. Something in her upbringing must have screwed her up back then - most likely, it was her parents (or lack of parenting). And now she's messed with her son.

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Uh.....why? o0

The answer could be why not but I'd like to know the reason why. Why would you bang your own mum dude and you lady.....robbing your own cradle? >.>

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Man!

I always thought my mom was pretty decent looking in her younger years, but no way in the world could I have imagined having any kind of sex with her and I would almost NEVER turn down a BJ!!

Totally disgusting!! :x

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but no way in the world could I have imagined having any kind of sex with her and I would almost NEVER turn down a BJ!!

I think you may want to re-write that. I've just read through it several times and the only way I've been able to interpret that sentence is that while you couldn't imagine having sex with your own mother, you've never turned down a ******* from her... :blink:

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