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    Staring at my computer screen with headphones in my ears is the only time I truly feel at peace. I'm doing so right now, even.

    (Man, it's already this late...?) The hands on my watch show it's 1 AM.

    There was light leaking out of my little brother's room. My younger brother Rikuto is also my twin. But he's an athlete and an honors student. Since he's got training in the morning for the school sports teams he's on, it's pretty rare for him to be awake this late.

    Even though it was very much unlike me, I did my best to muffle my footsteps and headed to my brother's room. When I made it to his room, the door was open just a tiny bit, almost as if he forgot to close it. I heard a quiet voice from within.

    "Arisa...w-we shouldn't be doing this."

    I could feel an unpleasant sweat blotting my face. But even so, I pressed my face closer to the gap in the door.

    I couldn't believe my own eyes. My sister Arisa looked like she was losing herself sucking on the tip of my twin brother's cock.

    Watching a brother and sister do these kinds of things before my very eyes caused irritation and disgust to well up inside me. Dumbfounded by the scene unfolding before me, I fell into a temporary paralysis.

    The two of them normally ignored me. But hearing them both bad-mouth me made something inside of me snap.
    My abdomen was keeping my dick hard and erect, but some black emotion shot up from there and flowed back into my chest.

    (If that's how she feels, then I've got an idea.)

    I hid my footsteps and went back to my room to get my smartphone. Then I secretly took a video of what they were doing through the crack of the door.

    Now then...how will I make use of this movie?



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    1. Linkman19's Avatar
      Linkman19 -
      First noted on site:

      16/02/2015
      01:13 GMT
    1. Rand0mr00ts's Avatar
      Rand0mr00ts -
      Kyaa! Imouto-chan
    1. Outpost Omega J's Avatar
      Outpost Omega J -
      Thank you for the time stamp.

      As the one who started the practice of time stamping, I would like to suggest a format of mm/dd/(yy)yy.

      In my experience, this is the way most people write dates outside of naming computer files so it is less likely to cause confusion. In Linkman19's post, it's fairly obvious he is using the dd/mm/yyyy format as there is no month 16 (that I'm aware of anyways) but on the first 12 days of a month, it can be confusing.
    1. theprinceh's Avatar
      theprinceh -
      Quote Originally Posted by Outpost Omega J View Post
      Thank you for the time stamp.

      As the one who started the practice of time stamping, I would like to suggest a format of mm/dd/(yy)yy.

      In my experience, this is the way most people write dates outside of naming computer files so it is less likely to cause confusion. In Linkman19's post, it's fairly obvious he is using the dd/mm/yyyy format as there is no month 16 (that I'm aware of anyways) but on the first 12 days of a month, it can be confusing.
      Most of the world use DD/MM/YY Its just America that does it wrong.
    1. switch's Avatar
      switch -
      i will be disappointed, alas i must try this one. . .
    1. nicetomeet's Avatar
      nicetomeet -
      I can't endure watching loli suffered..
      gotta skip this one probably
    1. Rance Petersen's Avatar
      Rance Petersen -
      Quote Originally Posted by Outpost Omega J View Post
      Thank you for the time stamp.

      As the one who started the practice of time stamping, I would like to suggest a format of mm/dd/(yy)yy.

      In my experience, this is the way most people write dates outside of naming computer files so it is less likely to cause confusion. In Linkman19's post, it's fairly obvious he is using the dd/mm/yyyy format as there is no month 16 (that I'm aware of anyways) but on the first 12 days of a month, it can be confusing.
      LOL. It's YOU, an ignorant American(why am I not surprised), who should catch up to the rest of world and change your wrong time stamps.

      While you're at it, try also to learn the Metric System and Celsius, you know, the RIGHT way of measurements.
    1. Exsilon's Avatar
      Exsilon -
      Quote Originally Posted by Outpost Omega J View Post
      Thank you for the time stamp.

      As the one who started the practice of time stamping, I would like to suggest a format of mm/dd/(yy)yy.

      In my experience, this is the way most people write dates outside of naming computer files so it is less likely to cause confusion. In Linkman19's post, it's fairly obvious he is using the dd/mm/yyyy format as there is no month 16 (that I'm aware of anyways) but on the first 12 days of a month, it can be confusing.
      Sorry but mm/dd/yyyy doesnt made logical sense to most people

      I used dd/mm/yyyy as it is from small to big unit of measurement
      I can stand yyyy/mm/dd as it is from big to small unit

      As for your US pattern is just a mass
    1. napoleon's Avatar
      napoleon -
      Quote Originally Posted by Rance Petersen View Post
      LOL. It's YOU, an ignorant American(why am I not surprised), who should catch up to the rest of world and change your wrong time stamps.

      While you're at it, try also to learn the Metric System and Celsius, you know, the RIGHT way of measurements.
      Maybe you should learn the aztec calendar as described in the first divine precept?
    1. Jaeger's Avatar
      Jaeger -
      Quote Originally Posted by napoleon View Post
      Maybe you should learn the aztec calendar as described in the first divine precept?
      As far as I know, the aztec calendar is not that popular anymore.

      Anyways, I'll skip this one. I won't be able to see that loli suffer...
    1. Whitetragedy's Avatar
      Whitetragedy -
      Why even put time stamps? I think the first guy that did it said he felt psychologically compelled to do so. The rest are just doing it as a way to say they were "first".
    1. ShawnER666's Avatar
      ShawnER666 -
      Quote Originally Posted by Rance Peterson View Post
      LOL. It's YOU, an ignorant American(why am I not surprised), who should catch up to the rest of world and change your wrong time stamps.

      While you're at it, try also to learn the Metric System and Celsius, you know, the RIGHT way of measurements.
      I don't know if you're joking or not, but I take offense from this. I am American, and I write dates the way most Americans do. It is not "wrong", it's just not what most people outside of America are used to.
    1. Asmodian's Avatar
      Asmodian -
      Quote Originally Posted by ShawnER666 View Post
      I don't know if you're joking or not, but I take offense from this. I am American, and I write dates the way most Americans do. It is not "wrong", it's just not what most people outside of America are used to.
      I am an American and I write dates like that too... but it is obviously wrong. It can only be because we used to use month/day and then decided to add year at the end. It has always bothered me that the US uses this format after I found out the rest of the world used dd/mm/yy because dd/mm/yy makes so much more sense.

      Lets not even get into Standard v.s. SI units.
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