cheung shun sang
Bristle with a dingle sexes are dreadful tensions.
S.T.D. could kill from bellies during bellies.
S.T.D. diseases treating deal as bells and whistles.
S.T.D. could kill as many sex-connects.
Having common origin all as death and killing go on transmitting all are S.T.D.
Stomach things may cheat but lives are real.’
I mean our favor sexual things.
Please select to all sex selectees.
Careful go be care.
Careful come be clear.
Bunco steer will give you sexes.
Gods may give you health.
Go on doctors.
Treat the Bunco games.
Save our world then.
Rant out sexual words with cauchy3.
They are safety words.
Then go away indeed!
---Cheung Shun Sang=Cauchy3---
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