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Posted by / 15-Dec-2019 04:55

Mufat chating

I am 5-3" tall ,handsome and having a medium size cock, 6" long when erect and 1.5" wide.i am always very horny and looks to get opportunity to get some babe between my legs.

I have fucked 125 girls and ladies and i have the records of every one. In our house we were having two families as tenets beside our famili. The eldest one was sunita two years elder to me, second guddan one year yonger to me,and youngest one was shobha two years younger to me.

I have to mastubate that night four times to clam me.

Next day at 3 at noon every body was sleeping in their room.

My name is deepak gupta but people calls me deep or

Actually i got courage to post my experiences on this site after reading the stories of other persons. I am a doctor ,doing my private practice since last 26 yrs at a town in u.p.(western)having a very good practice.

I am going to teel you all guys about my true sex experiences for the first time.

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