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random_tings says, and I quote:
"sHE iS LitERalLY fOurTEEn."
I'm going to enjoy this one for a while--literally. Thanks.
She isn't technically any age because she isn't real. I'm going to make a video of her blowing out the candles on her 18th birthday cake, then taking a train of BBCs up her ass. Howl, you idiots. Howl with contempt and rage over the plight of fictional characters. I'm sure you're all *actual* would-be child rapists. *That's* "how this shit works", typically. Cry "pedophile" one more time and I'll report you to the authorities. Then we'll see which one of us goes to prison for kiddie porn.
Who will save the cartoon children? Somebody call the police!
If you're worried about the "age" of this character, just ask yourself when it was born. If you aren't hopelessly stupid, the answer will put your mind at ease.
@ ardir LOL you get what you pay for, I guess. Sorry for triggering you, Nazi boi. ;)
Good. Now you cheap entitled bastards can shut up about not having seven dollars in your bank accounts.
Finally someone makes a butt smack flex. Eeeeexcellent. No butt bones, sadly, but you can do a lot with the various flexes. Now a clench flex on top of it all would be extra delightful! Not complaining, mind you; just saying, in case you read this and think, "Yeah, I could add that for ol' Pygo the spanking fanatic." ;) Good stuff, Jaw.
If it bends it can spank. And if it can spank it deserves whatever it wants.
Anonov that's not the playerbase--hell, it's not even the devs--that's just the out of touch game journos who assumed the whole world had joined the feminist cult (and, boy, were they wrong). As for the model, I'm sure it's useful for something...but I'm not sure why this callipygian pose was chosen for the poster, as there's nothing to show off. Better if that skeletal, non-ass abomination was hidden behind the cape.
Fictional characters can't be underage because they literally were never born. The problem with real child porn is not that someone got off to some pixels moving on a screen, but that actual children are harmed in the process of producing it. Much like blasphemy, the simulated abuse of fictional characters is a victimless crime. Now, get back to your violent video games, kids, and try to remember when you score a gory headshot, you're not a murderer: it's just fantasy and no one died.