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Fishnet Friday’s of the Day

Here is a little compilation of random girls from the internet uploading very provocative pictures of themselves all in the hopes you notice their fishnets…why, I haven’t figured that out yet, because I’m from the school of thought that women should be paid to post nudes, but instead we live in a world where some mastermind pervert named Zuckerberg has programmed humans to post their nudes for free….it’s pretty weird.

What isn’t weird, is that fishnets are always going to be “hot”….and the thousands of girls trying to get noticed for their fishnets, despite being weird as a concept to a confused old man like me, is pretty great too.

So here’s a bunch of girls showing off their fishnets as an excuse to show off their cunts…because they get off to you getting off to them so give them what they want.







































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Rihanna’s Tits In Fishnets At A Hollywood Orgy

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Rihanna shows off her naked titties in a fishnet top while attending one of the (in)famous S&M heathen Hollywood orgies in the photos below.

 

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These sorts of Satanic sex parties are commonplace in the entertainment industry. And while us Muslims do approve of using chokers to control livestock f*ck toys such as Rihanna, I personally have found that nipple clamps are more effective… And as you can see from the photos below, Rihanna already has one of the needed attachments installed on her right breast.

 

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As far as ball gags go there are two opposing schools of thought among Islamic scholars on the subject. The first is that they are halal instruments to properly silence a mouthy whore, and stifle her moans of blasphemous female sexual pleasure. However, the more fundamentalist view is that they are unnecessary embellishments, when a sharpened scimitar taking out the tongue serves essentially the same function… This is certainly an intriguing theological debate that still needs to be hashed out.