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If you have originals, I guess email Admin to make a new set or add to an existing one. Have you checked out all the Kayla sets in the Series section, to make sure you don't have dupes?added by Canoe for Sandra Louise on 30.06.2019 in 21:55
Great body. Need to see more of her face.added by Martie for Sandra Louise on 01.07.2019 in 07:47
It's just how it is and there shouldn't be any shame. The crash was horrendous and the speeder was not wearng a helmet and cracked his head on the ground and went into unconscious convulsions. Boxers and cage fighters will bawl out loud when they lose and can feel that they gave it all and were beaten anyway. I didn't cry and sent the idiot who caused the accident for help since he had a bike but seeing trauma is upsetting and I can understand how soldiers must have to deal with seeing things like that. I was once walking in Central Park in NYC and a guy was speeding up behind me on my left on his 10 speed bike. I can't se myself crying about that. I don't think I'd cry if I got robbed like the OP story but I know that men cry when they have lost in battle where they have been hurt. In front on my right was a guy on a BMX bike who turned and didn't see the speeder because I created a block of his sight (a pick). I don't have a clue why but I felt like crying--my eyes watered. You can't ontrol anything and feel powerless even though you're strong and can help. But there are reasons to cry other than joy and heartbreak.