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I love traveling, and so far have been to more then 25 different countries. I also have a passion for learning languages, I am currently studying Russian as well as Arabic. Education is very important to me, I am in the process of completing my Masters in Science. In the near future I plan to go to Law school, but studying for my Lsats sucks. When I'm not doing a ton of school stuff I love cooking. I can cook anything from Japanese to Russian. My favorite thing to make is Shepardspie because it takes 20 minutes but fills everyone up for almost the whole day/night! I love hiking, going out with friends and smoking shisha. Although deep down I'm a huge nerd who loves Chess, video games and is currently trying to "catch em all" one Pokeball at a time.


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Majority of people take shower once or twice a day but they see nothing special about that because they just wash their bodies to get clean. This cutie has another attitude towards taking a shower or a bath. She turns these simple procedures into a magical ritual full of pleasures and games. She washes every inch of her hot smoking body, covers it with soapy foam, rubs her fantastic curves and fills the air with so much sexual tension that even her boyfriend feels it and joins her. I love traveling, and so far have been to more then 25 different countries. I also have a passion for learning languages, I am currently studying Russian as well as Arabic. Education is very important to me, I am in the process of completing my Masters in Science. In the near future I plan to go to Law school, but studying for my Lsats sucks. When I'm not doing a ton of school stuff I love cooking. I can cook anything from Japanese to Russian. My favorite thing to make is Shepardspie because it takes 20 minutes but fills everyone up for almost the whole day/night! I love hiking, going out with friends and smoking shisha. Although deep down I'm a huge nerd who loves Chess, video games and is currently trying to "catch em all" one Pokeball at a time. I love traveling, and so far have been to more then 25 different countries. I also have a passion for learning languages, I am currently studying Russian as well as Arabic. Education is very important to me, I am in the process of completing my Masters in Science. In the near future I plan to go to Law school, but studying for my Lsats sucks. When I'm not doing a ton of school stuff I love cooking. I can cook anything from Japanese to Russian. My favorite thing to make is Shepardspie because it takes 20 minutes but fills everyone up for almost the whole day/night! I love hiking, going out with friends and smoking shisha. Although deep down I'm a huge nerd who loves Chess, video games and is currently trying to "catch em all" one Pokeball at a time. I love traveling, and so far have been to more then 25 different countries. I also have a passion for learning languages, I am currently studying Russian as well as Arabic. Education is very important to me, I am in the process of completing my Masters in Science. In the near future I plan to go to Law school, but studying for my Lsats sucks. When I'm not doing a ton of school stuff I love cooking. I can cook anything from Japanese to Russian. My favorite thing to make is Shepardspie because it takes 20 minutes but fills everyone up for almost the whole day/night! I love hiking, going out with friends and smoking shisha. Although deep down I'm a huge nerd who loves Chess, video games and is currently trying to "catch em all" one Pokeball at a time. I'm a fresh young spirit from Tokyo, Japan. I am a Navy BRAT with a Dominican and Japanese background. I love Japanese food the most and didn't come to the U.S. until I turned 16. In High School I participated in soccer, swimming, and Speech and Debate. I graduated with National Honors finishing off with a GPA of 3.5. Outside of school I played a lot of video games. My first console was the Gamecube. On the Gamecube I played Super Mario Sunshine, Luigi's Mansion, a variety of X-Men, Lord of the Rings, Star Fox Adventures, Super Smash Bro. Melee, and Mario Kart. There were definetely more, but those are what I can recall at the moment. After the Gamecube I played a bit of Gameboy and Nintendo DS and then finally into the XBOX 360. The 360 was definetely the highlight of my gaming days, I am actually very disappointed in the XBOX ONE. On the 360 my gamertag was SeaPrincess16 and I would play LIVE for hours, even pull all-nighters despite having a test the next day at school. Some of my most favorite from 360 are Gears of War 1-3, Left 4 Dead 1-2, Ultimate Alliance, Fable 1-3, Saints Row 2, Skyrim, all of COD, Dead Island, Kameo, and there too many to list haha. After High School I haven't devoted as much time into gaming as I used to. I've been too busy with work and trying to figure out where to take my life from here. I would really love to travel. Although I lived in Japan, I have never ventured to Europe or Australia which would be the next two places I would like to experience. Despite being behind on video games I try to stay up-to-date with Star Wars, all the Marvel movies-though they disappoint me from time to time, Harry Potter, and of course Game of Thrones. I would have mentioned Lord of the Rings, but I think they are pretty much done with their story. I've read the first book of Lord of the Rings so perhaps I can try to finish reading the series even though I watched all the movies. Aside from being a regular Nerd I am a huge Anime freak! I love cosplay and letting myself be taken into an anime world. I do watch most of my Anime in Japanese so I apologize if some of the names I list are foreign to you. A few of my most favorite anime series are Nana, Shakugan no Shana, Utawareru Mono, Hell Girl, Cannon, Koichiwa Maid Sama, Inuyasha, Moribito, and Sailor Moon. I also grew up watching kids anime like Doraimon and An Pan Man. I'm a fresh young spirit from Tokyo, Japan. I am a Navy BRAT with a Dominican and Japanese background. I love Japanese food the most and didn't come to the U.S. until I turned 16. In High School I participated in soccer, swimming, and Speech and Debate. I graduated with National Honors finishing off with a GPA of 3.5. Outside of school I played a lot of video games. My first console was the Gamecube. On the Gamecube I played Super Mario Sunshine, Luigi's Mansion, a variety of X-Men, Lord of the Rings, Star Fox Adventures, Super Smash Bro. Melee, and Mario Kart. There were definetely more, but those are what I can recall at the moment. After the Gamecube I played a bit of Gameboy and Nintendo DS and then finally into the XBOX 360. The 360 was definetely the highlight of my gaming days, I am actually very disappointed in the XBOX ONE. On the 360 my gamertag was SeaPrincess16 and I would play LIVE for hours, even pull all-nighters despite having a test the next day at school. Some of my most favorite from 360 are Gears of War 1-3, Left 4 Dead 1-2, Ultimate Alliance, Fable 1-3, Saints Row 2, Skyrim, all of COD, Dead Island, Kameo, and there too many to list haha. After High School I haven't devoted as much time into gaming as I used to. I've been too busy with work and trying to figure out where to take my life from here. I would really love to travel. Although I lived in Japan, I have never ventured to Europe or Australia which would be the next two places I would like to experience. Despite being behind on video games I try to stay up-to-date with Star Wars, all the Marvel movies-though they disappoint me from time to time, Harry Potter, and of course Game of Thrones. I would have mentioned Lord of the Rings, but I think they are pretty much done with their story. I've read the first book of Lord of the Rings so perhaps I can try to finish reading the series even though I watched all the movies. Aside from being a regular Nerd I am a huge Anime freak! I love cosplay and letting myself be taken into an anime world. I do watch most of my Anime in Japanese so I apologize if some of the names I list are foreign to you. A few of my most favorite anime series are Nana, Shakugan no Shana, Utawareru Mono, Hell Girl, Cannon, Koichiwa Maid Sama, Inuyasha, Moribito, and Sailor Moon. I also grew up watching kids anime like Doraimon and An Pan Man. I'm a fresh young spirit from Tokyo, Japan. I am a Navy BRAT with a Dominican and Japanese background. I love Japanese food the most and didn't come to the U.S. until I turned 16. In High School I participated in soccer, swimming, and Speech and Debate. I graduated with National Honors finishing off with a GPA of 3.5. Outside of school I played a lot of video games. My first console was the Gamecube. On the Gamecube I played Super Mario Sunshine, Luigi's Mansion, a variety of X-Men, Lord of the Rings, Star Fox Adventures, Super Smash Bro. Melee, and Mario Kart. There were definetely more, but those are what I can recall at the moment. After the Gamecube I played a bit of Gameboy and Nintendo DS and then finally into the XBOX 360. The 360 was definetely the highlight of my gaming days, I am actually very disappointed in the XBOX ONE. On the 360 my gamertag was SeaPrincess16 and I would play LIVE for hours, even pull all-nighters despite having a test the next day at school. Some of my most favorite from 360 are Gears of War 1-3, Left 4 Dead 1-2, Ultimate Alliance, Fable 1-3, Saints Row 2, Skyrim, all of COD, Dead Island, Kameo, and there too many to list haha. After High School I haven't devoted as much time into gaming as I used to. I've been too busy with work and trying to figure out where to take my life from here. I would really love to travel. Although I lived in Japan, I have never ventured to Europe or Australia which would be the next two places I would like to experience. Despite being behind on video games I try to stay up-to-date with Star Wars, all the Marvel movies-though they disappoint me from time to time, Harry Potter, and of course Game of Thrones. I would have mentioned Lord of the Rings, but I think they are pretty much done with their story. I've read the first book of Lord of the Rings so perhaps I can try to finish reading the series even though I watched all the movies. Aside from being a regular Nerd I am a huge Anime freak! I love cosplay and letting myself be taken into an anime world. I do watch most of my Anime in Japanese so I apologize if some of the names I list are foreign to you. A few of my most favorite anime series are Nana, Shakugan no Shana, Utawareru Mono, Hell Girl, Cannon, Koichiwa Maid Sama, Inuyasha, Moribito, and Sailor Moon. I also grew up watching kids anime like Doraimon and An Pan Man. I was born and raised in New Jersey which is a good and bad thing. Good is that I made so many memories and life long friendships there that i'll hold onto forever. However on the down side ever since the show Jersey Shore and the bad image they gave New Jersey, everyone that I meet automatically thinks that i'm like some "jersey shore" type of girl that goes clubbing, gets drunk and fist pumps, which is definitely not true. I would say i'm very conservative, which is kind of contradicted in this video, however it was my first time so there is a first time for everything! Growing up I was a huge tomboy being that I had an older brother that I would always want to compete with. He used to play hockey and make me be the goalie but wouldn't let me wear a face mask while doing it. So one day I was playing goalie for him and he decided to hit a nice hard slap shot right into my eye, which hurt like hell. Also since I had a big brother, I would always like to dress like a boy, which is kind of ironic because now i'm one of the girliest girls I know. But I used to wear gold chains, boy shorts, the whole nine yards. My mom hated it too, she would always force me to wear my hair in these hidiously adorable pigtails right on the top of my head, and I HATED them. I also used to play little league baseball when I was in about 3rd grade on an all boys team, so being the only girl on the team was kind of intimidating, but I showed em up. Eventually, when I was in eighth grade, my family moved to this neighborhood that was so different from where we grew up. It was where all the rich snotty families lived. And in my old school we had to wear uniforms to school which really sucked, but when we got to this new school we could wear whatever we wanted to so I had no idea what to wear! Also in 7th grade I sent a naked picture to this guy i was talking to and this girl that i hated that he was friends with went on his phone and sent the picture to herself and sent it to EVERYONE. So when i moved i thought yes, i'll stop getting tortured by these people and it'll all dissappear. nope. When I moved to my new school the picture followed me. It was really terrible, I had girls passsing me in the hallway calling me a slut, people looking at the picture and showing their friends right near me in class making fun of me. People were even making fake myspace accounts of me and sending the picture to my mom and my brother, who at the time i didnt tell anything to so they were oblivious to the whole situation. Eventually my close friends that i made at my new school noticed how bad it got and how much it affected me and told the guidance counselor, who then made me tell my mom what has been going on. She wasn't mad at all, she was more dissappointed that I hadn't come to her earlier about the situation so she could be there for me. so eventually the cops got involved and confiscated all of the phones and computers of those involved in it and it kind of fizzled away, but as an 8th grader it was very hard to deal with, but honestly it only made me stronger as a person. I was very to myself after that happened and never really wanted spotlight so when i got into highschool i played field hockey. I really loved it, but my mom thought that i would turn out lesbian like all of my coaches and made me quit to do cheerleading. The thought of being a cheerleader made me want to vomit. Trying out for the team was the most nerve wrecking situations for me ever. The thought of going in front of three judges all staring at me freaked me out. I couldnt even do a cheer in front of my mom without crying. However, i can honestly say that joining that cheerleading squad was one of the best things that has happened to me. Especially having my confidence totally ripped apart from the picture, being on the squad gave me my confidence back one hundred percent which felt good. So now i'm very confident with myself andf my body and could have all of those poeple in intermediate school that made fun of me look at me completely naked and id look at them and smile. Was Julia really going to spend her whole vacation inside the hotel room with her eyes glues to the screen? Ready to do anything to distract Julia from her video games, her step-mother Alexa Thomas began running a hand up her inner thigh to her crotch. Julia could only ignore her building desire for so long, and found Alexa's touch too arousing to ignore. Once Julia was gripped by the desire to fuck, she joined Jay and Alexa for a sizzling threesome that showed Julia her hands had better places to be than on her controller! I was born and raised in New Jersey which is a good and bad thing. Good is that I made so many memories and life long friendships there that i'll hold onto forever. However on the down side ever since the show Jersey Shore and the bad image they gave New Jersey, everyone that I meet automatically thinks that i'm like some "jersey shore" type of girl that goes clubbing, gets drunk and fist pumps, which is definitely not true. I would say i'm very conservative, which is kind of contradicted in this video, however it was my first time so there is a first time for everything! Growing up I was a huge tomboy being that I had an older brother that I would always want to compete with. He used to play hockey and make me be the goalie but wouldn't let me wear a face mask while doing it. So one day I was playing goalie for him and he decided to hit a nice hard slap shot right into my eye, which hurt like hell. Also since I had a big brother, I would always like to dress like a boy, which is kind of ironic because now i'm one of the girliest girls I know. But I used to wear gold chains, boy shorts, the whole nine yards. My mom hated it too, she would always force me to wear my hair in these hidiously adorable pigtails right on the top of my head, and I HATED them. I also used to play little league baseball when I was in about 3rd grade on an all boys team, so being the only girl on the team was kind of intimidating, but I showed em up. Eventually, when I was in eighth grade, my family moved to this neighborhood that was so different from where we grew up. It was where all the rich snotty families lived. And in my old school we had to wear uniforms to school which really sucked, but when we got to this new school we could wear whatever we wanted to so I had no idea what to wear! Also in 7th grade I sent a naked picture to this guy i was talking to and this girl that i hated that he was friends with went on his phone and sent the picture to herself and sent it to EVERYONE. So when i moved i thought yes, i'll stop getting tortured by these people and it'll all dissappear. nope. When I moved to my new school the picture followed me. It was really terrible, I had girls passsing me in the hallway calling me a slut, people looking at the picture and showing their friends right near me in class making fun of me. People were even making fake myspace accounts of me and sending the picture to my mom and my brother, who at the time i didnt tell anything to so they were oblivious to the whole situation. Eventually my close friends that i made at my new school noticed how bad it got and how much it affected me and told the guidance counselor, who then made me tell my mom what has been going on. She wasn't mad at all, she was more dissappointed that I hadn't come to her earlier about the situation so she could be there for me. so eventually the cops got involved and confiscated all of the phones and computers of those involved in it and it kind of fizzled away, but as an 8th grader it was very hard to deal with, but honestly it only made me stronger as a person. I was very to myself after that happened and never really wanted spotlight so when i got into highschool i played field hockey. I really loved it, but my mom thought that i would turn out lesbian like all of my coaches and made me quit to do cheerleading. The thought of being a cheerleader made me want to vomit. Trying out for the team was the most nerve wrecking situations for me ever. The thought of going in front of three judges all staring at me freaked me out. I couldnt even do a cheer in front of my mom without crying. However, i can honestly say that joining that cheerleading squad was one of the best things that has happened to me. Especially having my confidence totally ripped apart from the picture, being on the squad gave me my confidence back one hundred percent which felt good. So now i'm very confident with myself andf my body and could have all of those poeple in intermediate school that made fun of me look at me completely naked and id look at them and smile. I was born and raised in New Jersey which is a good and bad thing. Good is that I made so many memories and life long friendships there that i'll hold onto forever. However on the down side ever since the show Jersey Shore and the bad image they gave New Jersey, everyone that I meet automatically thinks that i'm like some "jersey shore" type of girl that goes clubbing, gets drunk and fist pumps, which is definitely not true. I would say i'm very conservative, which is kind of contradicted in this video, however it was my first time so there is a first time for everything! Growing up I was a huge tomboy being that I had an older brother that I would always want to compete with. He used to play hockey and make me be the goalie but wouldn't let me wear a face mask while doing it. So one day I was playing goalie for him and he decided to hit a nice hard slap shot right into my eye, which hurt like hell. Also since I had a big brother, I would always like to dress like a boy, which is kind of ironic because now i'm one of the girliest girls I know. But I used to wear gold chains, boy shorts, the whole nine yards. My mom hated it too, she would always force me to wear my hair in these hidiously adorable pigtails right on the top of my head, and I HATED them. I also used to play little league baseball when I was in about 3rd grade on an all boys team, so being the only girl on the team was kind of intimidating, but I showed em up. Eventually, when I was in eighth grade, my family moved to this neighborhood that was so different from where we grew up. It was where all the rich snotty families lived. And in my old school we had to wear uniforms to school which really sucked, but when we got to this new school we could wear whatever we wanted to so I had no idea what to wear! Also in 7th grade I sent a naked picture to this guy i was talking to and this girl that i hated that he was friends with went on his phone and sent the picture to herself and sent it to EVERYONE. So when i moved i thought yes, i'll stop getting tortured by these people and it'll all dissappear. nope. When I moved to my new school the picture followed me. It was really terrible, I had girls passsing me in the hallway calling me a slut, people looking at the picture and showing their friends right near me in class making fun of me. People were even making fake myspace accounts of me and sending the picture to my mom and my brother, who at the time i didnt tell anything to so they were oblivious to the whole situation. Eventually my close friends that i made at my new school noticed how bad it got and how much it affected me and told the guidance counselor, who then made me tell my mom what has been going on. She wasn't mad at all, she was more dissappointed that I hadn't come to her earlier about the situation so she could be there for me. so eventually the cops got involved and confiscated all of the phones and computers of those involved in it and it kind of fizzled away, but as an 8th grader it was very hard to deal with, but honestly it only made me stronger as a person. I was very to myself after that happened and never really wanted spotlight so when i got into highschool i played field hockey. I really loved it, but my mom thought that i would turn out lesbian like all of my coaches and made me quit to do cheerleading. The thought of being a cheerleader made me want to vomit. Trying out for the team was the most nerve wrecking situations for me ever. The thought of going in front of three judges all staring at me freaked me out. I couldnt even do a cheer in front of my mom without crying. However, i can honestly say that joining that cheerleading squad was one of the best things that has happened to me. Especially having my confidence totally ripped apart from the picture, being on the squad gave me my confidence back one hundred percent which felt good. So now i'm very confident with myself andf my body and could have all of those poeple in intermediate school that made fun of me look at me completely naked and id look at them and smile. I was born and raised in New Jersey which is a good and bad thing. Good is that I made so many memories and life long friendships there that i'll hold onto forever. However on the down side ever since the show Jersey Shore and the bad image they gave New Jersey, everyone that I meet automatically thinks that i'm like some "jersey shore" type of girl that goes clubbing, gets drunk and fist pumps, which is definitely not true. I would say i'm very conservative, which is kind of contradicted in this video, however it was my first time so there is a first time for everything! Growing up I was a huge tomboy being that I had an older brother that I would always want to compete with. He used to play hockey and make me be the goalie but wouldn't let me wear a face mask while doing it. So one day I was playing goalie for him and he decided to hit a nice hard slap shot right into my eye, which hurt like hell. Also since I had a big brother, I would always like to dress like a boy, which is kind of ironic because now i'm one of the girliest girls I know. But I used to wear gold chains, boy shorts, the whole nine yards. My mom hated it too, she would always force me to wear my hair in these hidiously adorable pigtails right on the top of my head, and I HATED them. I also used to play little league baseball when I was in about 3rd grade on an all boys team, so being the only girl on the team was kind of intimidating, but I showed em up. Eventually, when I was in eighth grade, my family moved to this neighborhood that was so different from where we grew up. It was where all the rich snotty families lived. And in my old school we had to wear uniforms to school which really sucked, but when we got to this new school we could wear whatever we wanted to so I had no idea what to wear! Also in 7th grade I sent a naked picture to this guy i was talking to and this girl that i hated that he was friends with went on his phone and sent the picture to herself and sent it to EVERYONE. So when i moved i thought yes, i'll stop getting tortured by these people and it'll all dissappear. nope. When I moved to my new school the picture followed me. It was really terrible, I had girls passsing me in the hallway calling me a slut, people looking at the picture and showing their friends right near me in class making fun of me. People were even making fake myspace accounts of me and sending the picture to my mom and my brother, who at the time i didnt tell anything to so they were oblivious to the whole situation. Eventually my close friends that i made at my new school noticed how bad it got and how much it affected me and told the guidance counselor, who then made me tell my mom what has been going on. She wasn't mad at all, she was more dissappointed that I hadn't come to her earlier about the situation so she could be there for me. so eventually the cops got involved and confiscated all of the phones and computers of those involved in it and it kind of fizzled away, but as an 8th grader it was very hard to deal with, but honestly it only made me stronger as a person. I was very to myself after that happened and never really wanted spotlight so when i got into highschool i played field hockey. I really loved it, but my mom thought that i would turn out lesbian like all of my coaches and made me quit to do cheerleading. The thought of being a cheerleader made me want to vomit. Trying out for the team was the most nerve wrecking situations for me ever. The thought of going in front of three judges all staring at me freaked me out. I couldnt even do a cheer in front of my mom without crying. However, i can honestly say that joining that cheerleading squad was one of the best things that has happened to me. Especially having my confidence totally ripped apart from the picture, being on the squad gave me my confidence back one hundred percent which felt good. So now i'm very confident with myself andf my body and could have all of those poeple in intermediate school that made fun of me look at me completely naked and id look at them and smile.
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