07/02/2010

Continução da provocação

A Cereja colocou-se numa pose muuuito sensual...
(foto editada pelo Zona Foto)
http://digit-secret.blogspot.com
À qual não consegui resistir...
E comecei a prová-la!!

Os Cereja

11 comentários:

AsVezes disse...

Olá,
Com tanta provocação quando é que aparecem ao vivo?? ;)

Beijinhos
As Vezes

Quando a lua apareceu disse...

e quem resistiria?????????

bjs aluados!

Casal Sexy Rabbits disse...

Estas provocações são injustas... ficam aqui umas pessoas a babarem-se...

Abreijos
José e Maria

TwoFour disse...

Gostamos muito. Excelente. Apreciem também o nosso blog: http://swingingstyle.blogspot.com

XXCpl disse...

Uau...que tentações, aquele sofrimento que apesar de ser causado obriga a continuar a ver, a imaginar ...a sofrer... :-) bjinhos e abraços!

Jarbas & Abatxi disse...

Pois, e há quem resista?

Sílvia disse...

Muito bem provocado!

Bj,
S

Casal Callas disse...

Que delícia de provocação! Lindo blog... aquela com a boca nela... ai ai ai... que maravilha. Eu costumo dizer a minha amada que ela devia provar uma... mas ela gosta de nós homens! Ahh essa mulher.

Gostamos, viramos leitores! E muito obrigado pelo comentário!

Jaime Piedade Valente disse...

e que tal o sabor? é como as cerejas da Beira ou como as cerejas espanholas que não sabem a nada?

Anónimo disse...

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Anónimo disse...

Olá agradável este espaço está bem desenvolvido.........boa:)
Adorei Continua assim !!