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School of Hard Knockers 2

Released: Feb 01st, 2004
Running Time: 120
Director: Daniel Dakota
Company: Avalon Entertainment
Cast: Friday, Nikki (I), Rod Fontana, Devon (I), Others, Cailey, Cherokee (III)
Critical Rating: AAAA
Genre: Specialty

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Young women and big bust fans will move this one out the door.

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Critical Rating: AAAA

Cliche-riddled campus carnality (provided your campus was a living room in Chatsworth) salvaged by a smoldering sapphic slurp near vid's end.

Things start off okay enough when pig-tailed cheerleader Friday auditions for coach Rod Fontana, jiggling her big jugs and showing off her ripe round ass. There's a good throat-choking, saliva spewing b.j. followed by some uninspired but easy to watch fucking. And then it's time for the pizza guy to make his appearance (bronze-skinned Cherokee gets his sausage), followed by the pool cleaner (that would be Cailey doing the honors).

Then, lo and behold, this vid kicks into high octane when hard-bodied brunettes Devon and Nikki tangle tongues in the gym. Their weight-bench clam slam is among the best seen in some time as they take turns squatting on each other's faces before indulging in some hard-driving 69 and finally a bit of toy play. These two fiery ladies are into each other, and it shows.

Pre-nom for Best All-Girl Sex Scene - Video.


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