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Swag rapper SwagBoi and his German homie BRUDA DUDA have returned, and they have revealed their plans to premiere Swag!-The Movie early next year. The film's trailer consists of lots of fish eye cams of SwagBoi, real name Chad Kennedy, and BRUDA DUDA, born Kayden Berger, riding skateboards in snapbacks and low trousers, smoking fat blunts of kush and smacking the booties of snapback-clad women! The movie's central plot will revolve around a teen ...
Scout and Dill lay together in the bed, hearts beating fast. Even in the dead of the night, Scout could feel Dill's raging erection pressed against her backbone. Cautiously, Scout began to move her hand across his impressive package. Dill began to moan in pleasure and lowered Scout's head to suck on his sensual schlong. As Dill's pre-cum seeped into Scout's throat, she couldn't ...
As Lady Macbeth envisaged the killing of the king, she felt lust overcome her sensual body. Her hands were pulled towards her panties and she began to finger herself liberally. Her husband entered, deep in conversation with Macduff, but they stopped when they saw Lady Macbeth deep in ecstasy.
Macbeth slowly approached her, and took her by surprise as his throbbing cock thrust into her wet hole. She moaned like a porn star and rubbed ...
... you-know-what and we did it for the first time."
Gilesbie has used word choice and slang to convey the naivety of the main characters, drawing the reader into the text.
The second theme I will explore is prejudice, a key theme in the novel. Gilesbie experienced a lot of prejudice from "preps" during the creation of the novel, which has interwoven itself into the story. Let's take a look at the reaction of older characters in the novel ...
... room-size mural showing the controversial social history of Missouri. Think vivid slavery. The kind of painting you could stare at for days.
We were also treated to a dose of history and politics, checking out the floor of the House of Representatives. All in all, very good, yet enough state capitol to last me a year.
Next up, clearly, was a ...