Comment on Upskirt Train Panchira by Shuu:

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That makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. How has this anything to do with prostitution? If anything at all this shows some tendencies towards BDSM and that’s it.


Shuu made other comments on this post:

  • Upskirt Train Panchira:
    Like I said, nothing unheard of :p

  • Upskirt Train Panchira:
    Looking at it again it’s in a kind of awkward position… and she certainly does look like she leans kinda lifelessly against the window. But that guy and his photographer must have some guts to bring a doll dressed up as a schoolgirl onto a train like this. But then again, it’s nothing unheard of.

  • Upskirt Train Panchira:
    well her left hand looks pretty real.

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