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fetish-comedy: 30+47+3 pages / focus: public shoe loss & tickling female feet in nylons
A couple of immature guys steal one of Ulun's pretty shoes. Ulun's shoeloss is getting popular on youtube, so some other students want to join the shoe stealing and tickling party ...
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3 ecomics: 30+47+3 pages / 26+14+4 MB (ZIP archives) / pageformat: 210 x 297 mm equ. 1240 x 1754 pixel (standard upright) & pageformat: 812,8 x 304,8 mm equ. 4800 x 1800 Pixel (horizontal orientation, optimized for display on monitors)
genre: fetish comedy / focus: tickling female feet in nylons
tags: nylons, shoe stealing, one shoe off, mf/f tickling feet with fingers & shoe brush, tickled to tears, college prank, college bullying, no nudity
Part 1: Ulun is a freshman in NyLondon College. On her first day before the first lecture she naivly tries to take part in a friendly conversation of some of her future classmates. She has no idea about some rather rude and embarrassing pranks often played on cute freshmen like her and involuntarily manuevers herself into a seemingly never ending tale of shoe bullying and tickling. In the first chapter you will witness how a couple of immature guys steal one of Ulun's pretty shoes right off her nylon covered foot streaming the whole incident by direct upload to youtube. Ulun has to spend the whole lecture Cinderella style and introduce herself to the class awkwardly balancing on her one still shod foot without the professor intervening. She hopes to get her shoe back in the first break but as she doesn't even know where it is at the moment and her classmate behave rather childish, her chances are not so good ...
The second part focuses on tickling 'turklish' girls. As shoe stealing alone didn't attract too many customers I changed the course of this epic e-comic slightly to get more room for ticklish activities. In chapter two more main characters are introduced like redesigned Sophie's gang you might know from older releases and we also have more locations and more variety.
comments: Renderings are from 2012, so quality is not as good as in more recent ecomics. For the 2012-2017 edition just a few corrections to the text have been made. Additionally there is now an epilogue available to conclude the story ...