Vile After Vile : Pleasure A Dog

Vile After Vile : Pleasure A Dog

Robert Pattinson asked to ‘pleasure a dog’ for new film
By Samantha Bartlett,
However, Robert Pattinson got the mother of all requests on his latest film.
The Twilight star, who used to date Kristen Stewart, told US TV host Jimmy Kimmel that he was asked to “pleasure a dog” for his latest film Good Times

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  • Pattinson said the director told him on set to “just do it for real man, don’t be a p***y.” – Robert Pattinson

Jimmy Kimmel is discussing pleasuring a dog with Robert Pattinson on his talk show.

While Mr. Kimmel discusses Hollywood does masturbate a dog for the viewing audience.

The wicked freely strut about when what is vile is honored among men. (Psalm 12:8)

From courtroom to tennis courts of the rich and famous what is vile is honored – and strut they do.

One lawlessness after another is surrounding the righteous in the land.

Lawless borders means a lot more than just lines on a map.

  • “There’s this one scene we shot where basically a drug dealer bursts in to the room and I was sleeping with the dog and basically giving the dog a hand job.” – Robert Pattinson, Twilight star


And you wonder why there is so much corruption among-st lawyers, prosecutors and in the jury box. [ see for details. ] …how much less man, who is vile and corrupt, who drinks up evil like water! (Job 15:16)


Go get’m you minister of justice King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg, Seattle, Washington State, for surely there is a law against this – if not – do what you do best – frame one up.

_____________________________________________________________________ ~ opinion unto righteousness ~ timothy williams


Article Reference

(—Pattinson said the director told him on set to “just do it for real man, don’t be a p***y.”

However, the star, who is now with singer FKA Twigs, said he refused to perform the sex act in real life.

In the end, a fake dog penis was used instead.