Margaret Macdonald House
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... like cake mix, and the brown lumpy substance around her labia made it clear she'd just been anally penetrated too. I struggled not to retch as I watched his cock stretch her vagina to its limits.
Lorna was moaning like a porn star even though john wasn't even stimulating the clitoris. Lorna stretched her leg open so John could pound her deepest reaches. All of a sudden, john exploded all over lorna's mediocre ass and massaged it in, coating her in slime.
... finally on the freeway! Whew we know freeways this is a synch. After around 3 miss turns and screams, we finally arrive at our place. We park and walk into our flat. Our AirBnB host isn't there yet. We quickly turn around and head out to the city, since this is our only day here. Because we have the luxury of a car, and our legs are so damn sore from the past weeks, we decided to drive to the city center. We go to George Square. It looks very similar to Trafalgar Square; it had a ...
... the flight was due to depart ten minutes later than planned - okay whatever, that I can deal with. Only the closer we got to that time, the less it felt as though we were leaving anytime soon because there was no indication at the gate of boarding. Finally at 11pm we started to board and left an impressive thirteen hours later than we signed up for. But that's not all ladies and gentleman, no way. You think when you are in a plane in the air that the ...
... to burst into flames. The Bird That Never Flew This commemorates a wild robin which was tamed by St Serf and which was accidentally killed. St Mungo was blamed for the death but he is said to have taken the dead bird, prayed over it and it was restored to life. The Fish That Never Swam The coat of arms always shows the fish with a ring held in its mouth. This is because a King of Strathclyde had given his wife a ring as a present. But the Queen gave it ...
... everything- sunny periods, with clouds and some showers, heavy at times and cooler. Over all, not bad.
The group is getting much more comfortable with everyone. The practical joking has started and the time on the coach does go by relatively quick.
We had the standard stops- morning coffee/bio break, lunch and afternoon coffee/bio, a few of us even had a whiskey! No telling ...