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My Lonesome Valentine / Romance
Completed March 15th, 2009
It's Valentine's Day, and your lead character is all alone. Will he find love, or be stuck alone? The rest is up to you!

"Some good shots at the start here. I like the one-shot of them getting into the house. The spinning and all that. Whoa! Nice ugly chick shot, haha. Dude, getting too close with your manpanties to the camera. Is that a mullet? EWWWW uhhh whaaat, wow. Gross. Gross! Yeah this had nothing to do with the month's..." read more

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Description: "Making love drunk is a dangerous sport"

Submitted: February 1st, 2009

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Video "My Lonesome Valentine"

by CrAMP Productions

Genre: Romance

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My Lonesome Valentine

by CrAMP Productions

A compelling story about a man and his sandwich.

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