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François Le Foutre | My Jewels Are Stuck in a Vice Admiral

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My Jewels Are Stuck in a Vice Admiral

by François Le Foutre

Book 4 of the BANNED series The Seamen Sexology, as performed by François le Foutre, Cocksmith Standish, Coxswain Trim, Randy Butterbottom, and Inèl Ladouche.
Genre: Spoken Word: Audiobook
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Ch 1 - The Best Sextant I Ever Had
2:42 album only
2. Ch 2 - A Big, Important Pinnace
18:15 album only
3. Ch 3 - King Key Sextant
12:41 album only
4. Ch 4 - The Oracockerel
23:42 album only
5. Ch 5 - Train to Balls Green
21:20 album only
6. Ch 6 - A. Niall Pilfry
19:35 album only
7. Ch 7 - Limp & Listless
11:14 album only
8. Ch 8 - Ravage of the Rim Raider
12:58 album only
9. Ch 9 - In Sighting Uranus
20:28 album only
10. Outtakes
9:51 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
François is at it again, this time tackling the CEMM Guzzler -- a big, important pinnace -- and going to Balls Green after the notorious filcher, A. Niall Pilfry. His quest: the King Key Sextant, legendary for its power to make men do unspeakable things.

Actual Things People Have Said About François and The Seamen Sexology:

He somehow makes inappropriate penis jokes seem somewhat eloquent and beautiful --Amazon Reviewer

I won't buy the book. But I will need therapy. --Random Guy at a Comic Con

The only thing that disappoints me is the length. --Someone Who Was Talking About the Book, not François, I Swear



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