François Le Foutre | Too Many Fingers in the Dyke

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Too Many Fingers in the Dyke

by François Le Foutre

Book 3 of the critically acclaimed BANNED series The Seamen Sexology. As performed by François le Foutre, Coxswain Trim, Randy Butterbottom, Cocksmith Standish, and Inèl Ladouche.
Genre: Spoken Word: Audiobook
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  Song Share Time Download
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1. Ch 1 - Joosie Twaat
6:04 album only
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2. Ch 2 - Fokje Bodem
11:58 album only
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3. Ch 3 - Sheriff Pfister & Freekie Modder
11:46 album only
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4. Ch 4 - Randy Butterbottom
11:56 album only
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5. Ch 5 - Joosie's Cock
12:06 album only
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6. Ch 6 - The Mighty Cocks of De Cocksdorp
19:40 album only
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7. Ch 7 - Buttercock
2:29 album only
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8. Outtakes
4:03 album only
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Album Notes
The Nether Lands: home of the Great Dyke Army.

When De Cocksdorp’s head Cock blocker, Joosie Twaat, wakes to find her finger sloppily inserted into her own now-leaking dyke, François and his crew immediately come on De Cocksdorp to help.

But small leaks become large leaks, and large leaks become gushes. Before long, Joosie’s gaping dyke threatens to explode all over everyone.

Gross.

The horror! The horror! -- Joseph Conrad

I've never seen anyone this flaming -- Joan of Arc

I was so in shock I had to read it again . . . and again . . . and again. -- Actual Amazon review for Book 1 in The Seamen Sexology

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