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  1. Amazing! I love how she does it through the fly!
  2. Can you draw a girl using the urinal?
  3. However hot, those all look like the same chick to me ...
  4. You generally prefer to stand? In what circumstances would you rather sit?
  5. Someone who knows Czech needs to translate Annie!
  6. Found an official english text on wikisource A peasant died and left three sons. On their return home from the interment of their father, the three young men took counsel together. The dead man had not been wealthy, and he bequeathed to his sons only his house and a small piece of land. After much discussion, it was decided that the eldest should leave the house and land to his brethren, and go forth into the world to seek his fortune. If he succeeded, he would return forthwith to his brethren that they might share his good fortune, but if he did not return within a year and a day, the second brother should set out in search of him. This agreed, the eldest embraced his brethren and set forth. Sallying from the village, he discovered two roads. In perplexity, he tossed a coin in the air, and as it fell, so he made his choice. He journeyed long without encountering aught but inns and farms, where he spent the night, renewing his quest on the morrow. At length, after travelling fifteen days, he came to a magnificent castle. "'Tis here perchance I shall find fortune," quoth he. "I will enter the castle and seek service within." But all the offices were filled. Going forth, he encountered the owner of the castle who was king of the countryside, and at his request the youth related his purpose in coming to this domain. Quoth the king: "Employment I have none to offer thee in my palace; but I have a better proposal to make. I have a daughter of the like not seen elsewhere on earth. She pisseth over the most lofty houses. All the physicians I have summoned cannot cure her, and it is a sad pity, for she is of surpassing beauty. If thou canst prevent her from pissing over the haycocks which thou shalt erect, thy fortune is made. I will give her to thee in marriage. If thou failest, thou shalt go join in their prison those imbeciles of physicians and charlatans who have already sought to succeed in this my proposal. Thou dost understand? See then if thou believest thyself capable of this achievement." The youth, having taken counsel with himself for several moments, accepted the king's proposal. This latter, leading him within the palace, set him to dine with his wife and daughter. The Princess was a marvel of beauty, and the peasant could not satiate his eyes of her perfections. He was apportioned a chamber in the castle, what time he awaited the dav of his trial. On the morrow the young adventurer chose a vast field, and thither caused to be borne five or six hundred loads of hay. Next he took a hundred peasants and set them to erect an enormous haycock. If the Princess doth succeed in pissing o'er this heap of hay," he thought, "I am mad." And he went to tell the king the haycock was ready. On the morrow came the Princess; and she fell to laughing when she saw the haycock. She raised her robe and pissed high o'er the heap of hay. The youth was thunderstruck. On the order of the king, they seized the youth and cast him into a dungeon with the physicians who had essayed the venture before him. A year and a day after the departure of his eldest brother, the second peasant set forth in his turn, taking the road followed by his brother one year before. Journeying fifteen days, he, too, came upon the castle, and, entering therein, demanded the work of a servant. Him also the king saw, putting the proposal he had made to his elder brother. Which proposal the youth accepted. Well received by the family of the Princess, he pictured himself already the son-in-law of the king, and built project upon project for the future. He chose a vast plain, and thither caused to be borne six thousand loads of hay. Next he took one thousand labourers and set them to erect the haycock. On the morrow the Princess approached the haycock, gave vent to a great shriek of laughter, raised her robe, and—pissed high o'er the haycock. And the second brother went to join his elder in the dungeon of the king's palace. The youngest peasant was sore pained in that his brethren returned not. "Assuredly they have suffered some mischance in their travels," quoth he to himself. "'Twere ill of me did I not set forth in search of them, and render them aid in their misfortune." He, in his turn, quitted the village. Chance took him by the same road as that taken by his brethren, and he came to the palace of the king who held them prisoner. He entered the palace, saw the king, and accepted the proposal made to him. At table he found the Princess adorable, and the Princess found him charming. This he perceived, and resolved never to quit her side. All night he dreamed of the Princess, nor did he wake till the sun was up. Then he fell to leisurely reflection. "All the same," said he to himself, "if I succeed in taking the maidenhead of the Princess before the trial, perchance she will not piss so high. I am convinced that all dependeth on her virginity. I will attempt this method." When day came, he arose and went to walk in the castle park. The Princess had not slept the whole night long, ever seeing the countenance of the young man. At daybreak she arose and went to walk in the park, where she encountered the young peasant. And this last did not let slip the occasion; he approached the young girl and avowed that he died of love for her. The Princess was easy of persuasion, and one hour afterward she had lost her maidenhead. Then she re-entered the palace, the youth walking till hour of the morning meal, when he, too, entered the palace if naught had happened. At noontide he caused to be borne into a corner of the park a single load of hay; then told the king that he was ready for the trial. And when the king, accompanied by his daughter, approached the tiny haycock which had been erected by the young man, he cried out that the trial was not serious, and he counselled the peasant to construct a much loftier haycock. But the peasant affirmed that the heap of hay was sufficient, whereat the king ordered his daughter to piss. Who was the most astonished? Truly the king and the Princess, when the latter only succeeded in watering her stockings, for the charming channel, wherein the young man had laboured with the girl, from being narrow, had grown great. Judge, though she did not let the youth perceive it, was likewise satisfied. And the king gave his daughter to the young man, their nuptials were celebrated, the young peasants became princes, and all lived happily ever afterward.
  7. video download helper is also very user friendly
  8. What's your favorite pee adventure of all time?
  9. I totally understand - that's only fair.
  10. Never mind that it differs from my first request - this is straight up better! I thought I could keep it simple for you and request only girls squatting over the urinal, and instead I also get girls over it, raising their legs, aiming through the fly, and fighting over a urinal! I hope my request didn't suck up too much time but it's also some of the best I've ever seen. As far as continuation images go, would you consider my second request as a consideration image for Request 027? Where the other 4 girls have learned from the girl with blue hair the correct way to part their labia to pee standing up into a urinal trough without mooning everyone? If I had to imagine it right now, I would say the picture is from the back, giving you the view you would normally have in line for the trough except that the users are all female, but there's also a diagonal split view inset from the front, kind of like in the attached image (or if there's a better way to do it, go ahead!), where you can clearly see their vaginas peeing.
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