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【MIBD-760】嫌がる女に強制中出し第二章480分拡大版

Source global Wall Street Journal     time 2020-02-29 09:07:36
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【MIBD-760】嫌がる女に強制中出し第二章480分拡大版 �


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`Wow!wow!wow!'`Here!youmaynurseitabit,ifyoulike!'theDuchesssaidtoAlice,flingingthebabyatherasshespoke.`ImustgoandgetreadytoplaycroquetwiththeQueen,'andshehurriedoutoftheroom.Thecookthrewafrying-panafterherasshewentout,butitjustmissedher.Alicecaughtthebabywithsomedifficulty,asitwasaqueer-shapedlittlecreature,andheldoutitsarmsandlegsinalldirections,`justlikeastar-fish,'thoughtAlice.Thepoorlittlethingwassnortinglikeasteam-enginewhenshecaughtit,andkeptdoublingitselfupandstraighteningitselfoutagain,sothataltogether,forthefirstminuteortwo,itwasasmuchasshecoulddotoholdit.Assoonasshehadmadeouttheproperwayofnursingit,(whichwastotwistitupintoasortofknot,andthenkeeptightholdofitsrightearandleftfoot,soastopreventitsundoingitself,)shecarrieditoutintotheopenair.`IFIdon'ttakethischildawaywithme,'thoughtAlice,`they'resuretokillitinadayortwo:wouldn'titbemurdertoleaveitbehind?'Shesaidthelastwordsoutloud,andthelittlethinggruntedinreply(ithadleftoffsneezingbythistime).`Don'tgrunt,'saidAlice;`that'snotatallaproperwayofexpressingyourself.'Thebabygruntedagain,andAlicelookedveryanxiouslyintoitsfacetoseewhatwasthematterwithit.TherecouldbenodoubtthatithadaVERYturn-upnose,muchmorelikeasnoutthanarealnose;alsoitseyesweregettingextremelysmallforababy:altogetherAlicedidnotlikethelookofthethingatall.`Butperhapsitwasonlysobbing,'shethought,andlookedintoitseyesagain,toseeiftherewereanytears.No,therewerenotears.`Ifyou'regoingtoturnintoapig,mydear,'saidAlice,seriously,`I'llhavenothingmoretodowithyou.Mindnow!'Thepoorlittlethingsobbedagain(orgrunted,itwasimpossibletosaywhich),andtheywentonforsomewhileinsilence.Alicewasjustbeginningtothinktoherself,`Now,whatamItodowiththiscreaturewhenIgetithome?'whenitgruntedagain,soviolently,thatshelookeddownintoitsfaceinsomealarm.ThistimetherecouldbeNOmistakeaboutit:itwasneithermorenorlessthanapig,andshefeltthatitwouldbequiteabsurdforhertocarryitfurther.Soshesetthelittlecreaturedown,andfeltquiterelievedtoseeittrotawayquietlyintothewood.`Ifithadgrownup,'shesaidtoherself,`itwouldhavemadeadreadfullyuglychild:butitmakesratherahandsomepig,Ithink.'Andshebeganthinkingoverotherchildrensheknew,whomightdoverywellaspigs,andwasjustsayingtoherself,`ifoneonlyknewtherightwaytochangethem--'whenshewasalittlestartledbyseeingtheCheshireCatsittingonaboughofatreeafewyardsoff.TheCatonlygrinnedwhenitsawAlice.Itlookedgood-natured,shethought:stillithadVERYlongclawsandagreatmanyteeth,soshefeltthatitoughttobetreatedwithrespect.`CheshirePuss,'shebegan,rathertimidly,asshedidnotatallknowwhetheritwouldlikethename:however,itonlygrinnedalittlewider.`Come,it'spleasedsofar,'thoughtAlice,andshewenton.`Wouldyoutellme,please,whichwayIoughttogofromhere?'`Thatdependsagooddealonwhereyouwanttogetto,'saidtheCat.`Idon'tmuchcarewhere--'saidAlice.`Thenitdoesn'tmatterwhichwayyougo,'saidtheCat.`--solongasIgetSOMEWHERE,'Aliceaddedasanexplanation.`Oh,you'resuretodothat,'saidtheCat,`ifyouonlywalklongenough.'Alicefeltthatthiscouldnotbedenied,soshetriedanotherquestion.`Whatsortofpeopleliveabouthere?'`InTHATdirection,'theCatsaid,wavingitsrightpawround,`livesaHatter:andinTHATdirection,'wavingtheotherpaw,`livesaMarchHare.Visiteitheryoulike:they'rebothmad.'`ButIdon'twanttogoamongmadpeople,'Aliceremarked.`Oh,youcan'thelpthat,'saidtheCat:`we'reallmadhere.I'mmad.You'remad.'`HowdoyouknowI'mmad?'saidAlice.`Youmustbe,'saidtheCat,`oryouwouldn'thavecomehere.'Alicedidn'tthinkthatproveditatall;however,shewenton`Andhowdoyouknowthatyou'remad?'`Tobeginwith,'saidtheCat,`adog'snotmad.Yougrantthat?'`Isupposeso,'saidAlice.`Well,then,'theCatwenton,`yousee,adoggrowlswhenit'sangry,andwagsitstailwhenit'spleased.NowIgrowlwhenI'mpleased,andwagmytailwhenI'mangry.ThereforeI'mmad.'`Icallitpurring,notgrowling,'saidAlice.`Callitwhatyoulike,'saidtheCat.`DoyouplaycroquetwiththeQueento-day?'`Ishouldlikeitverymuch,'saidAlice,`butIhaven'tbeeninvitedyet.'`You'llseemethere,'saidtheCat,andvanished.Alicewasnotmuchsurprisedatthis,shewasgettingsousedtoqueerthingshappening.Whileshewaslookingattheplacewhereithadbeen,itsuddenlyappearedagain.`By-the-bye,whatbecameofthebaby?'saidtheCat.`I'dnearlyforgottentoask.'`Itturnedintoapig,'Alicequietlysaid,justasifithadcomebackinanaturalway.`Ithoughtitwould,'saidtheCat,andvanishedagain.Alicewaitedalittle,halfexpectingtoseeitagain,butitdidnotappear,andafteraminuteortwoshewalkedoninthedirectioninwhichtheMarchHarewassaidtolive.`I'veseenhattersbefore,'shesaidtoherself;`theMarchHarewillbemuchthemostinteresting,andperhapsasthisisMayitwon'tberavingmad--atleastnotsomadasitwasinMarch.'Asshesaidthis,shelookedup,andtherewastheCatagain,sittingonabranchofatree.`Didyousaypig,orfig?'saidtheCat.`Isaidpig,'repliedAlice;`andIwishyouwouldn'tkeepappearingandvanishingsosuddenly:youmakeonequitegiddy.'`Allright,'saidtheCat;andthistimeitvanishedquiteslowly,beginningwiththeendofthetail,andendingwiththegrin,whichremainedsometimeaftertherestofithadgone.`Well!I'veoftenseenacatwithoutagrin,'thoughtAlice;`butagrinwithoutacat!It'sthemostcuriousthingIeversawinmylife!'ShehadnotgonemuchfartherbeforeshecameinsightofthehouseoftheMarchHare:shethoughtitmustbetherighthouse,becausethechimneyswereshapedlikeearsandtheroofwasthatchedwithfur.Itwassolargeahouse,thatshedidnotliketogonearertillshehadnibbledsomemoreofthelefthandbitofmushroom,andraisedherselftoabouttwofeethigh:eventhenshewalkeduptowardsitrathertimidly,sayingtoherself`Supposeitshouldberavingmadafterall!IalmostwishI'dgonetoseetheHatterinstead!'


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