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Porn Star Thanks Veterans With Free Blowjobs

Military Veterans have given their lives to support and protect our country and deserve to be recognized for their countless sacrifice. Many spots around town are offering free coffee, lunch, and even booze to these selfless vets. Florida’s legendary Sausage Castle is thanking our former servicemen with the gift that keeps on giving….blowjobs!

“You can pat them on the back and say thank you for your service and stuff, or you can get them drunk and give them a blow job,” says Mike Busey, the founder of the Sausage Castle in Orlando, Florida. “They just want to forget about the shit they had to do over there.”

The 51st most famous person in Orlando is honoring our veterans with a dinner, drinks, and grand finale facial. He respects veterans’ service. Whether they enlisted for noble reasons or for financial security, he says, “they had to the balls to sign the paper to go over there.”

Jenny Jizz Gets On Her Knees To Honor Military Vets

Mike Busey has opened the doors to the Sausage Castle to many military veterans giving them shelter and acceptance. The party house offers veterans priority housing and access to all the Castle’s parties. Busey can’t offer these vets professional mental health care, but what he does offer definitely puts a smile on their face.

“Every year I do something with the veterans out of appreciation and respect for their service,” he says. In the past, Busey would invite veterans who followed him on social media to send him their contact information, and he would order them food from their local pizza shops. He says he would rack up 500 to 1,000 dollars in charges from New York, North Carolina, Japan, Hawaii—wherever.

“This year, I wanted to step it up a little bit,” he said. In Sausage-speak, “stepping it up” means bringing in Jenny Jizz, the self-proclaimed “wife of the cum artist” to let our former men in uniform ejaculate on her face.

Busey’s housed veterans with anger issues, PTSD, and alcoholism. Former marines have destroyed the house when angry, but Busey understands where they’re coming from. He says, “Every single veteran I know has always had a problem with the VA.” Rob, for instance, claims he should be getting paid every month but he’s not. “You start school, and then they don’t pay you until about two months after you start school,” he says. “You really can’t support themselves for two months.” Pushed out by a poorly funded system, the veterans take refuge in Busey’s non-traditional family home.

“I just try to be a friend to them,” Busey says. “Hopefully, behind all the jizz and beer, people will understand that I’m truly trying to give veterans an experience and the respect and the thanks that they deserve.”

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