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    • 2 years ago

    RealDoll – The World's Finest Love Doll. Oh wow. You can buy just the torsos. That...that is the worst thing I've ever seen.

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    Illustration by Charles Eisen for The Devil of Pope-Fig Island by Jean de la Fontaine: Tales and Novels in Verse. Vol. 2 London 1896, p. 130

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