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stevo and intirventon

By snoopdogg All Rights Reserved ©

Mystery / Erotica


steeve jobes was his naem. he liked fedoras alot. he also like 2 noscope lil kids on xbox. one day he went home and saw a thing wrapped in mtn dew wrappers. steeve being steeve he went up and ate the mtn dew wrapper. he saw wat waz hiddin by le wrapporz. he saw interventon. he took it. he walk outside. he no scope. he go back inside. he go to bed.

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