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Definition of twelfth base

twelfth base

  • A group of gay men that are well-endowed and that are not born physically handicapped that will perform fellatio on a gay male that was born physically handicapped because they don't want him to tell the police that they were selling drugs because they needed the money for their gay motorcycle club.

    Last edited on May 21 2022. Submitted by Anonymous on May 21 2022.

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