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Definition of forty sixth base

forty sixth base

  • A very large group of gay white men that are well-endowed that will search for a physically disabled gay white male or a physically disabled bisexual white male or a physically disabled heterosexual white male that has bisexual tendencies that doesn't mind being used for giving sexual favors to gay white men that are well-endowed especially when a very large group of gay white men that are well-endowed need someone to take turns performing blowjobs on them when they need someone to give them sexual gratification when they can't get sexual gratification from a size queen.

    Last edited on Oct 22 2022. Submitted by Anonymous on Oct 22 2022.

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