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Working for a moving company, Shouji is invited to a party by a girl named Yuika. However, he is drugged, and multiple women take advantage of him, and rape him repeatedly. When he recovers his memory, he finds himself stuffed in a cardboard box on the railroad tracks, with a suicide note stuff inside. Shocked, he frantically escapes from the cardboard box. Vowing revenge, he sets off to Yuika's residence. He pretends to be a elivery man, and enters her apartment. There, he stuffs her in a box...
Takumi-kun just cannot stop fantasizing about Saki-senpai, her voluptuous body just stand out anywhere. One day she talks to him in the train and become friends. Whenever he can Takumi-kun stares at her big tits and ass (and camel toes), always getting a hard on. Certain day Takumi-kun manages to get Saki-senpai underwear, he get home and masturbates immediately with it. The next day he cannot take more and tries to peep at her in the toilet, to his surprise he finds her masturbating....from this day on Saki-senpai and Takumi-kun would share all their fetishes and to both of them surprise they both share the same fetish...masturbating with underwear!!!
NG Gold ( aka Dr. Tannou )

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Lith :: I never get to watch this damn thing! It keeps sending me to the home page.
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