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Akira Motoura, the former all Japan ace, commands the volleyball team of AOTA Academy. He has a hard time adjusting to the team members who have many varied characteristics. He believes that students, these days, develop sexually at an extremely young age and very quickly. He is fascinated with the girls during the games. He gets sexually aroused watching them play. He is constantly having nasty fantasies but he does not regret it, for he is a man and a man has sexual desires.
Lessons of passion Sim

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Black Knight :: Get back here you yellow bellied bastard! I’ll bite your bloody legs off!
Bob :: Long game, make sure all stats above 70, get str up to 100 and work at the gym. Have to go to the 5k spot to get the good ending, I just got the marage one, but ya get to have sex with her a few times
knights :: We are no longer the Knights Who Say Kne. We are now the knights who say iki iki pa-kang zoop bong fro?szen.
toocrazyforlife :: lol best movie ever.. oh by the way knights, it’s not kne it is just simply, ni. not kne. ni.
French Guard :: I fart in your general direction. Now get lost before I insult a second time
Abshalom :: Need more endings. You can either marry her and fucka again or dump her and that’s all. And more girls needed too.
Book :: thou shaltHold the holy hand grenade for 3 seconds no less than 2 and no more than 4 the seconds then thou shalt pull the ring off thy top of the grenade the amount of seconds you shall hold the grenade is 3
Soldier :: It’s not a question of where he grips it, It’s a simple matter of weight - ratios .. A five-ounce bird could not hold a a one pound coconut.
Menestrel :: Brave Sir Robin ran away, I bravelly ran away, away
Menestrel :: When danger reared it’s ugly head, he bravelly turn away and fled
Menestrel :: Brave Sir robin turned around, and galanty he chikened out
m :: Bravely turning in his feet, he beat a very brave retrat
Towns person# 1 :: She turned me into A Newt!.. I got better!
The New Mob King :: GO to the site and play version2 much better
Sup bitch :: does anyone have the movies the game is too hard and long to beat
Bridge Troll :: WHAT is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow?
kylaag :: we are the knight who say..nehwait were not the knights who say nehSHIT!!

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