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Jack’s Package: Starring Jack Hammer and Jade Phillips

BONUS HOLE BOYS

Runtime: 41 min.

It’s the end of a long day and Executive Jack Hammer has been waiting for the document that will make it all worth it, when FTM Beefcake Jade Phillips shows up with the wrong contract . What starts as a disaster turns into a merging of bodies, with Jack helping himself to Jade’s cock and vice versa, to blow off the steam. Watch hard cumming on thick meat, cock and hole worship, and fucking all over every surface of the office in this hot scene.

Jade Phillips is the harbinger of bad tidings but offers to turn Jack’s day around with a palm to the crotch and a willing mouth. When the cock is unveiled, Jade can’t believe his luck, while he may have trouble getting it down his throat it certainly tastes as good as it looks. Jack picks Jade off his knees and parts open his waiting hole and hot dick. Jade’s dick goes in his mouth, and his fingers start opening up that tight hole. Soon Jade is begging to feel that raw cock deep inside him. The two fuck all over the office, with Jade cumming again and again, contracting against that thick dick. In doggy, Jack shoots his load deep inside the messenger, pulls his cum out and spreads it all over Jade’s muscly chest. Join us for Jade’s second movie for Bonus Hole Boys.




Movie Title: Jack's Package: Starring Jack Hammer and Jade Phillips
Production date: 7/18/15
Studio: Bonus Hole Boys
Custodian Of Records Information:
L. Young
1458 San Bruno unit B7,
San Francisco CA 94110
USA





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