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Brother :: This is Sakaki from Azumanga Daioh.. not Lisa whoever that is
Shadow :: The only people who give a crap about who it is are nerds, Brother
shadow :: hey is that you again Shadow you are a fucking bitch
mm :: Shadow, obvoiusly your a nerd otherwise you wouldnt of clicked "hentai movie"
žNoobž :: i hope that the guy was fucking her pussy..not titfucking..>
RyuuStyle :: "Shadow" I do care if is Sakaki or not, NERD!!
O_o :: Considering you all clcked this one..and just about every game on here is hentai..that would make us all nerds..
O_o :: I’m neither, hentais more like people with foot fetishes, weird to most O_o but I hentai girls can do just about anything..so I guess people also use it for their fantasies =P
Zee :: People who have dorky names and kiddy names like Shadow are nerds, Shadowy Nerd :)

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