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He rubbed it in telling me how he nailed her from behind bent over the back of my couch.

I got so turned on thinking about it and pretended to be mad. While we talked, I started rubbing his upper thigh to gauge his reaction.

Cliff noticed me peeking at his cock and would give me mean looks.

Several times he asked, What the fuck are you looking at? Several times when hed make comments to the other guys like, "This guy likes to look at cock so we have to watch out," I'd be so embarrassed...

Chance hasn't had much experience and Fabio has to show him the ropes. The heat from the trail made us strip to our undies and walk into the cool lake to clean off and cool down and that's when I noticed Clay's sexy body.

During the time we were unpacking my things, we learned a lot more about each other.

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