Monday, May 18, 2020

Happy Victoria Day to my fellow Canadians!











11 comments:

Hot guys said...

Damn, that 1st one's veiny AF! 😜

Satan said...

Schmeckt dein Sperma gut

Satan said...

Ich werde deine Hoden essen

Flyer77 said...

Happy Victoria Day! #1 Wow!!
But I also like that hot cock in those shorts in #3!
Plus, #4 and #9.

Butch 57 said...

Have a good holiday!

Anonymous said...

Scott from Massachusetts said...

Happy Victoria Day to you Koba and all your fellow Canadians. What a great BTTG posting my friend.

#1) Breakfast, lunch and dinner. Then still enough for a midnight snack. WOW!!! Also all you power bottoms you must be watering at your mouths.

#2) Boys, they just want to have fun!!

#3) Nice sweet perky little nips to be nibbled on, while I investigate with my hand his holiday basket.

#4) Paddy cakes looking great as usual:)

#5) Oh my, I see a lot of hairy places that I would love to sniff!! What a beautiful "treasure trail"!! Ah heck while I down near that area, I would love a mouthful of cock.

#6) Just dreaming about being in handsome big boy's bed, gets me hard. Imagine being awakened by him saying "Do you want to fool around?"

#7) Hey big guy, what do you want me to do to help you get that nut out? Personally I wouldn't mind getting at that hairy crack of yours.

#8) Who's the real lucky bastard here? To me it's a win-win situation, because I love giving and receiving a nice rim job.

#9) Oh gingersnap, what I wouldn't do for you. What a nice view of masculinity.

#10) Yup, this is what would happen to me, If I was in big boy's bed in pic #6. Without even hardly touching myself!!!!

Thanks Koba

uptonking said...

That final pic certainly depicts a finale that can only be termed grand. As in GRANDE. Woah.

Michehot said...

I'm not Canadian, but, anyway, I love this post!

Cy said...

Have a good holiday, Koba.

JiEL said...

I'm a Canadian from MontrĂ©al and we here are also celebrating the «Patriots Day» which is not quite the same.

Many «QuĂ©bĂ©cois» are independantists and don't like the England crown so they did name it that way to celebrate the battle of those patriots in 1837.

Not my cup or tea tough.

Anonymous said...

Well my "cup of tea" is #6, with two lumps of sugar. I definitely would want him on my side of the battlefield.