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Episode 300: James Darling and Janie Blade Closed Captions Available

James Darling rides Janie Blade hard and puts her away wet

“When James Darling and Janie Blade unlock the door, the CrashPad’s key turns for the 300th time. Three Hundred! It’s been a wild ride… speaking of, James turns Janie into his personal pony princess, giving her a pretty pastel horse tail butt plug before spanking her ass pink. Janie’s been naughty enough to warrant a flogging, after which James pounds her pussy while stroking her off. A perfect way to ring in the big Three Oh Oh, and here’s to the many ‘oh’s to come!” – Keymaster

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Episode 300: James Darling and Janie Blade Episode 300: James Darling and Janie Blade Episode 300: James Darling and Janie Blade Episode 300: James Darling and Janie Blade Episode 300: James Darling and Janie Blade
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