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Episode 356: Puppi Chulo and Zoie Blackheart Closed Captions Available

Puppi tricks, Zoie Treats

Happy Halloween-time from CrashPad. Our crypt floors creak and the high heels quake. Queers come out for a kinky date. Chains and belts kinkily chime. Switches begin to vocalize. Giggly greedy pups get fucked when they comply! Zoie Blackheart gently walks Puppi Chulo to their water bowl and greets us with the sweetest eyes and beautiful red floppy ears, wearing the cutest 3-inch spiked collar and the witchiest harness! Awww! Good Puppy! Puppi loves shoes don’t they? Zoie’s black stilettos poke into Puppi’s chest and makes them beg for a bone. Puppi gets fucked with Zoie’s dick and they whimper with pleasure. Sweetly, they both curl up into each other like animals in bed.

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Episode 356: Puppi Chulo and Zoie Blackheart Episode 356: Puppi Chulo and Zoie Blackheart Episode 356: Puppi Chulo and Zoie Blackheart Episode 356: Puppi Chulo and Zoie Blackheart Episode 356: Puppi Chulo and Zoie Blackheart
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