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...ion. There were a few let ups to look into her eyes, then he would kiss her a few more times while placing his hands on the back of her head to make sure his kisses remained steady. These kisses were simple, and just involved lips, no tongue. A body of water was parallel to the mud, so Johnny led Anna to the murky water to rinse off a bit. There was splashing and play fighting before the both of them waded downstream to more solid ground. Wading in the water to more solid ground produced some funny moments. Somehow, Anna was in front of Johnny when he, lightly, pinched her buttocks, and he even, playfully, pulled down her bottoms part way. She just laughed and stated things such as, “Hey! Watch it!” But while trying to warn him of his playing games, she couldn’t help laughing all the way out of the water. His laughs followed hers, but with testosterone filled tones.
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