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Gym Buddies: Lucas Knight and Brando Lavish

BONUS HOLE BOYS

Runtime: 52 min.

Shy muscle jocks Brando and Lucas Knight get sleazy with Cyd St. Vincent in this gonzo gay FTM gym shoot. At Cyd’s suggestion these two hot men slowly undress, make out, explore each other’s bodies, and get their muscles swollen with weight sets before moving to the sauna for a good post workout fuck. This update contains mutual body worship, gym cruising, eager blow jobs, gigantic 9’ cock in tight holes, and plenty of shy eyes.

Voyeur Cyd encourages FTM newcomer Brando to show off how much he can bench press and soon Lucas’ dick is halfway down his throat. As these two exchange blow jobs and rim jobs under the lurid eye of the camera, Cyd directs their every move. It’s clear that Brando is both excited and slightly pensive about whether Lucas’ dick is even going to fit, but after so much teasing these two beefed up guys are desperate to get a hold of each others bodies. We follow them into the sauna for a hard fucking with Lucas’ thick, 9’ dick sliding deep into Brando’s tight wet hole. Both guys enjoy each other, banging all over the sauna until Lucas sprays his cum all over Brandos chest and face in a giant blast. Watch all the hot action in our new episode of Bonus Hole Boys.




Movie Title: Gym Buddies: Lucas Knight and Brando Lavish
Production date: 10/12/14
Studio: Bonus Hole Boys
Custodian Of Records Information:
L. Young
1458 San Bruno unit B7,
San Francisco CA 94110
USA





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