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Things to do in Pasco and Hernando counties starting March 1. Adolph's Aardvark - competition for the Infinite Mushroom Adolph's Aardvark in College Park-little hippie store, got my first black light. I think heading to the fairgrounds So if you were to look at the set of plans for that job, you'll find my name on those drawings. They got shut down numerous times for underage serving and the bums outside would run a scam and charge parking when there was no charge.

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Near the rocket and a big chess board? Remember zayre. There was one in sun plaza now its devided up party city and 2 other stores. Then the one on west colonial that became k mart now magic mall. Then the one on east 50 and And the zayre on orange and grant st. And the one in winter garden. That one is still empty.

Howard johnsons motel on s. Now magic mall. What was the name of the store in Winter Park Mall in the early 90s, with tons of fake flowers and plants everywhere and secret rooms within it? You used to come off the exit at a traffic light, across from the pizza place.

Anyone remember or ever heard of a bar called Sally's south street saloon on south street it was a biker bar close to the corner by primrose? Penguin Point on Edgewater next to Royal Castle. Christmas parade through downtown. Herbs Monkey on a Horse. Pennys side. With facade of a ship in front.

Chastain's Restaurant on with the radio station office on legs in the front parking lot. Wigwam Village. Gatorland were you entered through the open gator jaws! Robert E. Edgewater High homecoming parades down Edgewater Drive. Edgewater-Boone games at Tangerine Field. Denmarks Sporting Goods. Butch Wagoner, Ben Tanner and Acetalene "bombs". Hush hush in Conway Shores.

Conway Road airport road NO ! Beefy King across from Colonial Mall. Jordan Marsh dept store. Aloma was a two lane road. Cloud was "cow-town". Sanford Naval Academy. Sanford Naval Air Station. Osteen general store Deltona and the Mackle Brothers. Dommerich Hills and the Clayton Brothers. The only three producing pecan trees in C Fl. Lee and Ricks is still serving oysters at the same location and gatorland still has the jaws!

Just remembered Floyds Sub Pub on N. Orange Ave in W. Unreal cheesesteaks, loved them so muchI always got two regulars with fries and a root beer. Stopped on way back from Trinity or FTU He advised me that I was on police radio, marked and unmarked radar cars whenever I came down Aloma, Palmer or Fairbanks. I felt them and waved as I went by Aloma Model Raceway on Aloma Ave.

It was there from approx. Spent a lot of hours racing my slot cars there. Boris' Bar on Aloma Ave. Also went there with our softball team Cavaliers after the game at Fairview Park. Roper"s Drive-In at the corner of Orlando Ave. It had a Monkey riding on top of a Horse that rocked back and forth on top of the neon sign out front on It was a classic drive-in burger joint.

El Torito in Altamonte. Best Salsa to this day. Godfather's Pizza, East Colonial Drive. It might be a now closed Cici's Pizza. First time I ever played the Stargate arcade game. It was a souped-up version of Defender. I was a regular at Godfather's since I was hooked on the taste. I still buy it at some gas stations.

I watched Clash of the Titans the original There was also a pub nearby where you could eat and watch a movie indoors. I went back to Orlando last month, massively over-crowded and run down looking now. They completely destroyed the Naval Training Center and built Baldwin Park for the rich yuppies and hipsters. My apartment barracks overlooked Lake Susannah. Now I couldn't even afford to park there!

I was stationed at Sanford Naval Air Station Lots of good memories. Most of my friends in Orlando have passed away. Stand and Snack on W Colonial c Best roast beef sandwiches. You stood at a high table to eat. Also the Over 18 Club, a place for guys and girls to meet on Friday or Saturday evenings.

What was the name of that great steakhouse restaurant on orange blossom trail and colonial. I believe it was OBT.. Lots of lawyers are there.? Here's a long shot. Somewhere between There was a "teeny bopper" "hole in the wall" type of dance club in Orlando. I don't think it was Electric Avenue? I would go on the weekends-maybe Saturday's.

There were mostly young black kids dancing on Saturday's. The guy at the door was named John. His son was the DJ. Pepper's in Maitland? Scatz on Bennett Road? Opened in , though. How embarrassing, I remember.. I was also "Miss Peppermint Park" for a month. Didn't see Casa D' Antonio's at N. Orange Ave. Chef owner Ed Grabusic.

Known for best Veal dishes Gene Burns talk show radio personality. I visited Florida for a vacation, stayed at my friend's place. She took me to this place called Saffron Indian Restaurant and surprised me with its authentic Indian Food. I was amazed with the food and the ambiance. Really loved to find such a delicious Indian cuisine in Orlando.

Must visit restaurant. Thanks Saffron. Anybody remember Lake Barton Dr. Also, that Semoran didn't go south of Curry Ford Rd. You must try Mynt Indian Restaurant in Orlando. Its simply superb. They serve some really authentic Indian food with delicious and yummy desserts. Me and my husband often go there to spent some peaceful dinner time.

Make your prior reservations here http: I remember a school mate of mine named Mark who's parents worked at or managed the place. That's me! Mark Brown. Who's list is this? Thanks Sir, For sharing this information with us. This is really helpful. I hope you will share some more infomation. Responding to "wish I could remember the name of that awesome Mexican place near Altamonte, I can taste it now!

Could it be either Casa Gallardo or El Torrito's??? El Torrito's had one of the best servers that I still remember to this day: David Gilbert. There was a Taco Tico around the corner on Lee Rd, as well. Somebody mentioned Parkwood Plaza, and it's sister in Fern Park. Remember The Fun Machine at both plazas?

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I've got one Thanks for the great post on your blog, it really gives me an insight on this topic. How about the Glenn Turner castle in east Orlando. He was a get rich quick quack who got busted for a running a pyramid scheme. His unfinished house castle was used as a haunted house by Jaycees or some organisation for several years while he was in jail.

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Anybody could need the help of the spell caster, his email: It is a very profitable post for me. I've enjoyed reading the post. It is very informative and useful post. I'm looking for an asylum that was on Conway Road near Michigan St. It was demolished in the early seventies and they built Mariners Plaza and several apartment complexes over the top of it.

Extinct Orlando Complete List. I will be organizing this much better as time goes on. Amira's Jewish Deli - on So good, so long. Big C - liquor lounge was torn down on University to build the Target. They moved just the liquor store across the street. Cairo - on Sunday night. Usually spent Saturday's with Gram there. That's been gone a loooong time.

That was THE Denny's. The Grind coffee shop. There was one on 50 at Alafaya, in the same shopping center was The Dunes surf shop and Tien Garden restaurant. Plitt theatre - on University and Goldenrod, and there was an arcade next to it. The K Mart there is now gone too. I think they actually stocked that many! They had free popcorn and tons of movies, including all kinds of B movies and weird cult films you can't find anywhere.

They also had the tempting 'Adult" section behind the curtains in the back. As a kid, you could easily wander in there and learn about getting your jollies while mommy was busy in the romantic comedy section. Prunes, and Tom Jones The owners were from Afghanistan and were so kind and ran such a good business.

Their three little sons were adorable and such good kids. I never forgave Publix for running them out, although I believe they found another location, it was just too far to go to do laundry. I forgot all about that! I never went, but I remember when they tried to make it hip.

Ended up being a frat bar. Didn't work out, long gone now. This music store at Mill's and Canton only stocked a few brands of music gear. A steal by today's standards. He dressed and looked like Eddie Van Halen too! He was a funny old coot. Add Orlando Jai Alai to the list.

The Fern Park institution will close soon, according to the Sentinel. Adolph's Aardvark - competition for the Infinite Mushroom Adolph's Aardvark in College Park-little hippie store, got my first black light. Must have been in 7th grade. Adventure Club upstairs at Townsends Aha - I just caught my mistake. In an earlier post I was correcting Mark "Jagbone" C.

Orange Blossom Trail and Lancaster. But he was right! I thought he said S. But I remembered a restaurant in that vicinity where you could get a good little steak as well. And there used to be ABC Liquor store. What about the iconic church street arcade? And when Cheyenne's saloon was open? Since it's the holidays, I remember there was this one house in Winter Park, it was off Palmer Ave, that had a huge tree in the yard.

They put lights up on every single branch and a lighted Santa or two. It was spectacular! AKA lounge Pine St. You can go to http: All of these were in Fashion Square which was the better mall until Fla and Millenia were built. All the places you all have listed bring back so many memories.

All those names are correct, Tom. Thanks for jogging my memory! T and the Undertakers? That was a HUGE early 80's hang out. I used to go there every Friday night after eating a delicious cuban dinner around the corner at a place on Orange Avenue. Can't remember the name. Townsends was a big meet market back then.

It went as far as cable systems in Tampa and Orlando. Anybody get it throughout the ss? Also used to shop at Byron's a lot as a child. Also what about the old Wekiva Marina restaurant? That place was the bomb. Had a great porch to eat on with a tin roof and they'd pump cool water out of the springs onto the roof to help keep it cool. Raccoons would come up and beg for food. Loved that place.

Also, a lot of the 'favorite' places listed here were small independent businesses. I don't think Murmur closed up because it went bust, I think Don was just tired and wanted to do something else. A lot of the store mentioned, with fondness, earlier in the thread were music stores.

And clubs. Clubs always come and go, as tastes change. Also, didn't we used to have a Shoney's in town? Also, I'm pretty devastated to just recently learn that Room 39 my favorite dtown Orlando bar apparently is deceased? Also, since one dinner theatre was mentioned, we should also remember Sebastian's, which went kaput in '74 and reopened as The Phoenix, which also shortly went kaput.

I read this all the way through and so many wonderful memories were revived and I learned a great deal about the background of places I hadn't been to but knew of and always wondered what they were!! And cheeseless. Amc theatre near fashion square mall-now summit church Ame's - Either took over from Zayre's or?? I barely remember even the name of this place, let alone what they had.

Americana Racket Club: Had my first under age drink there, a Singapore Sling. And anyone remember when Maitland celebrated their year anniversary? It felt so boring to live in Maitland, with nothing much to do than chase the ducks and watch out for the supposed gators and water moccasins around Lake Lily, so that Saturday afternoon spent on the fair rides were the best!

But sadly i would take any one of those days back, if given the chance. And at Kit Kat Club you'd get a free beer glass on your birthday, sniff, sniff And before Burger Chef, there was Royal Castle I recall three from the old days - one at the northeast corner Curry Ford Road and Conway Road, another at the southeast corner Michigan and Delaney, and the other one we went to was in Winter Park - don't recall the location.

I recall the first Burger Chef in our community was built on the south side of Curry Ford Road, close to where Krystal's is now located; it was the summer after 8th grade, and I went there with a guy I was seeing who lived in my neighborhood. One of the last times I remember going to Royal Castle on Curry Ford was in October of - went there with a bunch of people with the munchies.

The things we remember. The fillets were sort of lightly breaded with, not battered. The Amway Arena. And going wayyyyyy back I remember when the Gabriel family used to sell their subs from their home off Edgewater drive before opening up the restaurant. Their house was up by where the QP later opened up.

KInda strange that UCFs homecoming parade is not downtown anymore. And i know theres more! But one place is really in my mind and I hope you or any other "yelpers" can help me. I used to climb on them everytime! My parents cant remember the name old age! That is how I found this site It was a big learning and interaction place.

Thank for the stroll down memory lane! And I miss Splendid China. I used to do Martial Arts demos their growing up. Two night clubs inside - don't remember the names but one was an oldies club that the group "Clutch" would perform and the other a strip club. And let us not forget the lunch counter pharmacies! Two on Park Avenue, Winter Park in particular.

The Rexall had the best carrot cake I've ever had mother's recipe and the son also ran concessions for concerts that I worked a number of. And up the street there was Taylor's I believe where she had daily specials and these tiny beaten biscuits that were Divine. She was always very careful with her portions, but the food was great and truely homemade.

I also bought a lot of my comics there. And now for my list of places I didn't see mentioned: The county, I believe, cut the branch off so there's no place to hang another rope. This is right down to the bottom of the hill I live on, and has been there for at least 36 years that I know of. Fairvilla when there was a movie theater and a bowling alley And remember the Parkwood Plaza?

There used to be a sign directly across the hwy from Fields, it was a lighted sign of a cowboy with a lasso and the lasso moved around, I was in grade school and it seemed so cool. We didn't have anything like that in Clermont back in the late 60's. And remember the Art Grindle car commercial where Mr. LOL, what a commercial. And speaking of Conroy Road I used to work for the engineering firm that designed the overpass at I-4 by the new mall and I did most of the drawning for that bridge.

So if you were to look at the set of plans for that job, you'll find my name on those drawings. I also did worked on the new interchage where I-4 and the East-West come together. And the Spacecraft store in Winter Park that used to sell military and weird surplus type items? And there was a weird dollar theater in Sanford that served the worst Mexican food ever.

And there was also a real cool Irish bar around there I used to frequent. Name escaping me And there was the convenience store near the intersection of Lake Ave and by the railroad tracks. Anybody remember? But i missed it cause i was too busy playing my Colecovision. Angel's Diner - There was one on Aloma and if I remember correctly. There was also one downtown. Angel's Diner. Angel's-a 50s style diner with a lt of locations around the Orlando area.

My dad and I would eat there lot before or after church at Northland. Colonial across the street from the Western Way Shopping Center. Another beered up story to share- YiKEs! Another one somebody mentioned for a while I think it was barbarellas was "the Beach Club" Another pre-taco bell now defunct chain - Del Taco. It was in the original Winter Park Mall My old best friend met her now husband there.

We were eating chips and nacho cheese which was served in a nacho chip bowl.. Another thing I remember as a kid was the marquee banner that hung across Colonial Drive pointing south on to Orange Avenue that said "Downtown. Didn't it become Video News or am I wrong? Man, I do miss video stores. Netflix really isn't the same. I like the homey feel to the old fashioned video stores and I am a sucker for nostalgia.

Anyone got some spare time? Anyone mention Rader's Relics? We used to go after hours and drool over the cool collection of cars, I mean about the cool cars. We didn't drool on them. Anyone recall a private property with a good bit of acreage that had a giraffe and other types of exotic animals in the front yard?

People would stop there all the time to pet the giraffe. I'm pretty sure it was a giraffe - it was in the 80s Anyone remember Bombz Threads Adam Bomb was a great friend. It was so sad when he died. Anyone remember Hot and Now It was a burger place owned by Taco Bell Man it was friggin cheap We used to pig out after a long day of surfin. Anyone remember Maison Blanche?

Anyone remember seeing "Where The Action Is" teen national tv show at the old downtown auditorium around ? Paul Revere and the Raiders played, and it was Orlando's second true rock concert the first being the Beach Boys, I think, a year or so earlier?

Anyone remember Skate City in Longwood? Which later became the old Northland church? Anyone remember Taqueria Quetzlcoatl? I probably spelled that incorrectly, but you'd know the place by that jumble of letters It was a somewhat trendy Mexican burrito chain that had locations at Winter Park Village, and My memory is a bit fuzzy on where exactly.

Anyone remember that place off Lee Rd. Anyone remember The Frat House? The name changed to Headlights a few years later. I have no idea what it is now. There was a big guard house, a HUGE main house and a perfectly round boat house with a castle turret on the lake. It's now surrounded by a yuppie gated community.

I used to work in that building from about to on the 6th floor for an engineering firm before the Darden Restaurant's offices took over the building. Anyone remember the name of the place that sold Zeta burgers? This would be in the early seventies. Anyway, I'm not that much help in this category The interior had red lighting everywhere, statues of the holy mary on the walls, a wooden swing above the bar.

The bar itself was in the middle of the place and was surrounded by couches, high tops, etc. They would play movies on a TV in the corner. It was never packed full of people. The place had this mystique about it that was eerily cool and hip.. They eventually turned all the red lighting into blue lighting for a few months and then shut down for good.

I used to take all my friends there and they always loved it. One of the truly chill, dark, low key placed you could go and actually hold conversations with people. Apologies if these were mentioned already: Apparently gambling was more important than the sport, and since other venues offered poker, slot machines, etc, another institution has been forced to fold 'em.

Arcade at main entrance of New Smyrna Beach. Can't remember the name, but I think the ultimate downfall was the hurricane season of Are there any Calico Jacks left? Aren't all mall's days numbered? I rarely go, but last time I stepped inside of one in Sanford it was eerily vacant. Arnold Paint and wallpaper He was on the board of trustees for many years. Also, does anyone remember the name of the ice cream shop that was in the Seminole Plaza at and ?

My mom worked there for a couple of months in the early 80's and neither of us can remember the name of it. Conversion van impresario Artie Grindle "wants to sell you a van! Audio Spectrum: I first saw, heard, and fell in love with Klipsch La Scalas speakers. Did not get any until and still have them. Had a cool wooden, plank-like sign hanging above the parking lot.

B's BBQ was damn good. B's BBQ, just off Mills on Nebraska Baby dolls back in FLA since '03 and there are some places that have come to an end since i've been back in the sunshine state like: And less than a block south across the street was Mack Meiners. When I worked there, one day a week, we'd go the diner at Sears at Fashion Square. There used to be a good sandwich shop on the corner of Marks Street and Orange ave.

Back when I was a child, there were no "toy stores". Toys were bought at retailers such as Sears, located Downtown before there were any malls. There were cool toys at the Liggett Rexall Drug Stores too; many of my Barbie doll outfits and accessories I received for Christmas and birthday came from the drugstore! Can't picture the location, but the giant wall had all the crazy size shoes they carried.

Baer's Shoes. When I was a kid my Dad took me in there to get some shoes. Upon entering, Sam Baer was sitting with his foot propped up on the counter while clipping his toenails. Baer's Shoes' slogan was great Baers T. Nearby on Colonial, Stride-Rite Shoes had a small merry-go-round right inside the store. Eric Adams Furniture Warehouse on and Aloma had the stupid song that was constantly being played on T.

And who can forget J. Whispers, off of Lee Road? Or the giant concrete citrus fruits in front of the Howard Johnson on Lee Road? At first they'd have live shows inside, approximately where the stairway is located now in I-Bar. After a while, they opened up the patio out back and put the stage out there even then the stage moved locations a few times Barbarellas still around.

They had great old wave nights. ANd there used to be a tiny bar around there somewehre that was all russion themed and spun great house music. It was a tiny tiny little place. Barefoot Mailman - Novelty store with really cool trashcans that looked like Coke and 7-UP cans, fake vomit, joy buzzers,etc. Barefoot Mailman, already mentioned, sooo cheesy and scandalous at that age!

You may have known my sister at Oak Ridge- if you grade ave was 4. She graduated earlier than her class in 71? Sure, there are still a few of them around, but not nearly enough! BBQ Bar still open? Use to see the Jackass boys there all the time. Beaumont Middle School.

Becky's Barber shop on Oak Ridge road is gone the hurricanes took care of that I believe. Beechum Theatre- Was thee place for punk shows. Saw 7 Seconds there. BeeLine Diner, mexican food on hoffner, made by the whitest pride of conway. Beeline Restaurant and Park 11 Theaters are also good additions. Beeline Restaurant. They are still going strong with two locations.

The one in Altamonte and the other in Waterford Lakes. I haven't been to Orlando since my dad remarried and moved to VA when I was nineteen but I keep up via the net! Also, My mom managed Amigo's in Altamonte. My dad also worked there too. Also, Montgomery Ward shut down.

There was also one in Altamonte. The old part was so tacky and rundown. And maybe a few who remember the full size statue of a boxer dog on top of a veteranians office across the street. Big Bamboo Lounge. They closed it down and eventually it became Rachel's North. It's G. Ritzy's all right! That's the sign I remember!

Thanks a bunch for the link! Black-eyed Pea-restaurant with several locations I the Orlando area. The one I remember most is on University. I never ate there when it wa in Orlando but it lasted longer in Atlanta and they had a good chicken sandwich. I remember The Fun Machine in Casselberry! My dad and I played arcade games there when I was little!

There and starbucks! Blazin piano's Blazin' Piano's - Church Street. Closed and relocated on Disney property. Boardwalk and Baseball, out there in Polk county. Been gone for years Boardwalk Fries??? Perhaps at the Florida Mall. So sad its gone. Was on Magnolia I think? Bar downstairs where the bartenders would load up the credits when we came in because they liked our taste in music.

Upstairs was a dance floor and a stage for some local and indie bands. Bodhisattva is a great one. It was on Court St actually, and it acquired some of the items jukebox and employees of Go Lounge. Played an improv jazz jam there for literally 1 person, who left during the set. First time I was ever served alcohol! I went on a first date with a guy who was 25 when I was only Imagine my surprise after taking the first sip!!!

Bonanza Bonkers! I think it may have had an original location? Bonkerz Comedy Club. Saw Ron and Fez from the Ron and Ron show perform Booby Trap - You couldn't miss this place. Bookstop was in Altamonte and I think Starbucks was in Longwood. Where exactly was Break Time? Also, WOFL when it was good and their jingle. As well as Class Summer , were there any more locations besides those two?

Most people don't even know what a "Datsun" is anymore. We would drive over there after Church. County eating family style. I think they are still in business. Bravo to Jeff for getting a mention in the Sentinel. I'll have to ask my cousin, as there was a place he used to take us that he said was the devils neighborhood, and he pointed out things, not sure if it was an overactive imagination or not.

I remember Waxtree. Movie was Andromeda Strain! How fun was that? Also, there was Class I would love to see some of those commercials on youtube. He came back to do those. When Dad came back in the s. Speaking of Sobik's Subs. I miss a good Sobik's Sub!

In the one-horse town in South Alabama that I live in, the only sub shop we have is Subway. Sobik's puts subway to shame! You have to scroll to page It says it was in the Hotel Plaza at Lake Eola and that the announcement re: Disney World being build was made there Bubble Room- Loved that place.

My parents took me for my 16th birthday. Buffalo Cafe at Hoffner and Conway. Builders Square - Something like home depot. My mom got her purse stolen by one of the employees there! Cops came and arrested the guy. Orange ave and Michigan where you could concoct your own behemoth burger with all the fixin's.

But I may be wrong. But there was a playworld over by fashion square that opened in the 60's or 70's, that's the only one I remember. I know he closed his store Can anyone confirm my memories of a Jack In The Box restaurant? There was also a Morrison's Cafeteria downtown as well. Also, when Apopka Vineland was only 2 lane Conroy went there too!

Can we start a fund to save Gabriel's? The Ronne's Deli reference reminded me of the "Mogambo Extravaganza" scoop ice cream sundae they had! Hadn't seen Beefy King fast food near Rollins or the night club attached to it on the thread. The Schlotzky's Original sandwich was so addicting. My heart broke when they closed up shop ;[ can't remember the name of the coliseum I saw Blue Cheer.

Maybe Winter Park Coliseum? Casa Lupita - A mexican place in Lk Howell Sq that was designed like an aztec temple on the inside, and had tile on the tables. So everytime you put your glass down, it sounded like you were slamming it. Had my first sopapilla here. Caution -it would probably get you a ride to the 33rd st. Cellular One - Everywhere. Cell Company. I did actually get to go in before it closed for good.

They always had funny sayings on their sign out front. Chastain's restaurant - also on OBT. John, Livingston Taylor. Genius Dr. Chubbies on Colonial Dr. Cherokee Station, a line dancing place on just past intersection, across from the now Kohl's plaza. Chi-Chi's My mom worked at the one briefly between and before managing the Amigo's in Altamonte.

Also, she worked at the Village Inn on in Casselberry. Mexican restaurant at the corner of Colonial and Maguire. A bit of an institution, before the wave of Mexican restaurants like Chevy's, Don Pablo's and Amigo's began springing up. After it closed in the late 80's or early 90's, the building sat there forever until it was finally mowed down for some crappy 'free phones' mini-mall.

Chili Bordello on Edgewater Drive - anything more than a mouthful was wasted. GREAT waitstaff and always something to catch your eye. Ok, here's one that's very obscure. On I Drive 1 or 2 blocks down from Bennigan's, a little bar behind the row of tourist shops and underneath, like a basement space.

I was dating a bartender from the Radisson Aquatic Center that had recently opened and this little place was a bar employee's hang out Day or night. Church Street Station! Huge theme park with rollercoasters and a "midway" not unlike one you'd find a a big county fair! I can't remember what else they had. Wish they hadn't closed it to put in a sucker's version of American Idol!

City of Cars dealership - may still be on W Colonial. Had a great juke box, and would serve the underage girls which worked out nicely for me at the time. Club Juana - and However, this has stalled and all now believe it was just a way for the county and state to "get ride of" the adult entertainment industry in that area.

Club Nowhere. Cruddy little bar on Bennett Rd, near the Roxy. More or less a punk bar.

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Anyone know where the headboard is from? I'm trying to get it for my little sister


08.06.2019 in 04:27 Aphelps

my pussy in your mouth)


11.06.2019 in 20:38 Gemsbok

It's so stupid when the guy jerks off at the end. This is always true


12.06.2019 in 01:11 Bawling

One of the most beautiful and sexual women on MFC. I love when she climaxes from anal sex alone. Natashaa_10 is a true anal lover.


13.06.2019 in 12:13 Konvert

this is one of the best POV I have ever seen


07.06.2019 in 08:58 Heaven

hottest woman alive


05.06.2019 in 10:02 Shannen

The orgasm


07.06.2019 in 23:09 Rdaniel

i can find episode 442, can someone help me ?


10.06.2019 in 20:13 Howler

wait what did you try to tell me, that you know her and was in love with her but she rejected you or wut happenend? Then why do you watch pron fo her lul


13.06.2019 in 21:46 Tduknet

I'm a huge Alexis Fawx fan, but Ryan Ryans is just unbelievable. She's drop dead gorgeous in an understated way, her tits are perfect and her beautiful pussy is covered in a shiny black bush. Awesome babe and great video.