the ring on my right hand was inherited from my grandmother.
the duster was stephen’s
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i think i need to clip your fingernails, nursemyra
What better start to the weekend than a titilating titty triptych?
Ah, the old bosom-thigh combination. Classic.
What a lovely ring and duster Nursemyra!
Nice ring. Nice – everything :)
I cant see to many people looking at the ring… well not the one on your… ok yeah thats far enough.
Aside from the usual commentary concerning the lovely nursie … there is something special to be said for a man who kept his own duster. :)
i’m thinkin’ that duster wasn’t used on the furniture!
Now, don’t you catch a chill young nursey ……
The boys are soooooo loving you! You have very nice breasts BTW.
i am getting jealous – i think upset waitress is more attracted to you than me, with good reason of course…ok, jealous isn’t the word, perhaps lost in breast-filled fantasies is better way to put it….
God, I love Fridays.
Thank you, once again, for starting my day in such a special way.
If my todger could speak, it would be telling ‘HUZZAH’ right about now.
Or even YELLING huzzah.
Tsk. Stupid dyslexic penis.
Yes, that is a bee-yoo-tiful ring! What do you dust with that thing anyway?
you certainly have tickled a few fancies with that feather duster…… ok maybe it’s not the duster that did it??? :-)
This has been a very special Leap Day indeed.
I see that underneath the cleaning equipment you are more than a handful nursemyra. May I be of some assistance?
nursemyra is longing for some assistance ricardo…..
I’ll be right over but there’s no telling what my tongue will do ;-)
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