Text command minecraft

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How to make text appear in the middle of the screen?

/title works differently to other commands in Minecraft because it uses raw JSON to print the message. The way to do this is to write something like this in chat:

^ That Declares that the title command is the command in use.

^ That is a selector. There are different kinds of selectors:

@a = shows the title to everyone

@e = executes the command at all entities (Everything including mobs)

@r = A random player

@p = the nearest player

So now we have the selectors finished and we understand it we will add another segment of code:

The addon title confirms that the command in use is to broadcast a "title". Other uses are found by typeing /title .

The command above will print "Your Text" without the quotations. The color will be white.

So if we break off the curly bracket from the last sentance and add this > ,"color":"dark_red"} < then that will print the default title ( Your Text ) but it will be dark red. If you change the color of "dark_red" ( not all colors are compatible ) then the text will change as well.

For Skippers

change "Your Text" to the text you want ( enclosed in quotations ) and change "dark_red" to the color you want.

I have also enclosed a tellraw / title generator for those of you who don't want to learn this themselves.

Its found here

answered Mar 6 '17 at 15:18

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Sours: https://gaming.stackexchange.com/questions/302267/how-to-make-text-appear-in-the-middle-of-the-screen

How to Use the Title Command in Minecraft

This Minecraft tutorial explains how to use the /title command with screenshots and step-by-step instructions.

You can display a large title screen for a player using the /title command in Minecraft. Let's explore how to use this cheat (game command).

Supported Platforms

The /title command is available in the following versions of Minecraft:

* The version that it was added or removed, if applicable.
NOTE: Pocket Edition (PE), Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and Windows 10 Edition are now called Bedrock Edition. We will continue to show them individually for version history.

Requirements

To run game commands in Minecraft, you have to turn cheats on in your world.

Title Command

  • Java
  • PE
  • Xbox
  • PS
  • Nintendo
  • Win10
  • Edu

Title Command in Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac)

The /title command is used to configure the title screen for a player. The /title command has different syntaxes depending on what you would like to do.

To add a title to the title screen and display the title screen:

/title <targets> title <titleText>

To add a subtitle to the next title screen (NOTE: The title screen will not display when this command is run):

/title <targets> subtitle <titleText>

To add text to the action bar (introduced in Java Edition 1.11):

/title <targets> actionbar <titleText>

To set the fade-in, stay and fade-out times for the title screen:

/title <targets> times <fadeIn> <stay> <fadeOut>

To remove the title screen from the screen:

/title <targets> clear

To reset the title screen to the default settings and options:

/title <targets> reset

Definitions

  • targets is the name of a player (or a target selector) who you want to display a title screen for.
  • titleText is the text to appear on the title screen. It is formatted as raw JSON and most values (except or ) must be enclosed in double quotes. It can have values such as:

    1. text - message that appears in title screen (ie: ).
    2. bold - true or false value to indicate whether the text is bolded (ie: ).
    3. italic - true or false value to indicate whether the text is italicized (ie: ).
    4. color - the color of the text that will appear (ie: ).
      The color can be one of the following: red, dark_red, yellow, gold, green, dark_green, blue, dark_blue, aqua, dark_aqua, light_purple, dark_purple, gray, dark_gray, white, black
  • fadeIn is the length of time in game ticks (1/20th of a second) that the title screen takes to fade in. The default is 20 game ticks (1 second).
  • stay is the length of time in game ticks (1/20th of a second) that the title screen stays on the screen. The default is 60 game ticks (3 seconds).
  • fadeOut is the length of time in game ticks (1/20th of a second) that the title screen takes to fade out. The default is 20 game ticks (1 second).

Title Command in Minecraft Pocket Edition (PE)

To remove the title screen from the screen:

/title <player> clear

To reset the title screen to the default settings and options:

/title <player> reset

To add text to the title, subtitle or actionbar:

/title <player> <title¦subtitle¦actionbar> <titleText>

To set the fade-in, stay and fade-out times for the title screen:

/title <player> times <fadeIn> <stay> <fadeOut>

Definitions

  • player is the name of a player (or a target selector) who you want to display a title screen for.
  • title will add text to title screen and display the title screen.
  • subtitle will add text to the subtitle on the next title screen (Note: the title screen will not display when this subtitle command is run.)
  • actionbar will add text to the action bar.
  • titleText is the text to appear on the title screen. It is NOT formatted as raw JSON so you can not add text effects such as bold, italic or change the color of the text.
  • fadeIn is the length of time in game ticks (1/20th of a second) that the title screen takes to fade in. The default is 20 game ticks (1 second).
  • stay is the length of time in game ticks (1/20th of a second) that the title screen stays on the screen. The default is 60 game ticks (3 seconds).
  • fadeOut is the length of time in game ticks (1/20th of a second) that the title screen takes to fade out. The default is 20 game ticks (1 second).

Title Command in Minecraft Xbox One Edition

To remove the title screen from the screen:

/title <player> clear

To reset the title screen to the default settings and options:

/title <player> reset

To add text to the title, subtitle or actionbar:

/title <player> <title¦subtitle¦actionbar> <titleText>

To set the fade-in, stay and fade-out times for the title screen:

/title <player> times <fadeIn> <stay> <fadeOut>

Definitions

  • player is the name of a player (or a target selector) who you want to display a title screen for.
  • title will add text to title screen and display the title screen.
  • subtitle will add text to the subtitle on the next title screen (Note: the title screen will not display when this subtitle command is run.)
  • actionbar will add text to the action bar.
  • titleText is the text to appear on the title screen. It is NOT formatted as raw JSON so you can not add text effects such as bold, italic or change the color of the text.
  • fadeIn is the length of time in game ticks (1/20th of a second) that the title screen takes to fade in. The default is 20 game ticks (1 second).
  • stay is the length of time in game ticks (1/20th of a second) that the title screen stays on the screen. The default is 60 game ticks (3 seconds).
  • fadeOut is the length of time in game ticks (1/20th of a second) that the title screen takes to fade out. The default is 20 game ticks (1 second).

Title Command in Minecraft PS4 Edition

To remove the title screen from the screen:

/title <player> clear

To reset the title screen to the default settings and options:

/title <player> reset

To add text to the title, subtitle or actionbar:

/title <player> <title¦subtitle¦actionbar> <titleText>

To set the fade-in, stay and fade-out times for the title screen:

/title <player> times <fadeIn> <stay> <fadeOut>

Definitions

  • player is the name of a player (or a target selector) who you want to display a title screen for.
  • title will add text to title screen and display the title screen.
  • subtitle will add text to the subtitle on the next title screen (Note: the title screen will not display when this subtitle command is run.)
  • actionbar will add text to the action bar.
  • titleText is the text to appear on the title screen. It is NOT formatted as raw JSON so you can not add text effects such as bold, italic or change the color of the text.
  • fadeIn is the length of time in game ticks (1/20th of a second) that the title screen takes to fade in. The default is 20 game ticks (1 second).
  • stay is the length of time in game ticks (1/20th of a second) that the title screen stays on the screen. The default is 60 game ticks (3 seconds).
  • fadeOut is the length of time in game ticks (1/20th of a second) that the title screen takes to fade out. The default is 20 game ticks (1 second).

Title Command in Minecraft Nintendo Switch Edition

To remove the title screen from the screen:

/title <player> clear

To reset the title screen to the default settings and options:

/title <player> reset

To add text to the title, subtitle or actionbar:

/title <player> <title¦subtitle¦actionbar> <titleText>

To set the fade-in, stay and fade-out times for the title screen:

/title <player> times <fadeIn> <stay> <fadeOut>

Definitions

  • player is the name of a player (or a target selector) who you want to display a title screen for.
  • title will add text to title screen and display the title screen.
  • subtitle will add text to the subtitle on the next title screen (Note: the title screen will not display when this subtitle command is run.)
  • actionbar will add text to the action bar.
  • titleText is the text to appear on the title screen. It is NOT formatted as raw JSON so you can not add text effects such as bold, italic or change the color of the text.
  • fadeIn is the length of time in game ticks (1/20th of a second) that the title screen takes to fade in. The default is 20 game ticks (1 second).
  • stay is the length of time in game ticks (1/20th of a second) that the title screen stays on the screen. The default is 60 game ticks (3 seconds).
  • fadeOut is the length of time in game ticks (1/20th of a second) that the title screen takes to fade out. The default is 20 game ticks (1 second).

Title Command in Minecraft Windows 10 Edition

To remove the title screen from the screen:

/title <player> clear

To reset the title screen to the default settings and options:

/title <player> reset

To add text to the title, subtitle or actionbar:

/title <player> <title¦subtitle¦actionbar> <titleText>

To set the fade-in, stay and fade-out times for the title screen:

/title <player> times <fadeIn> <stay> <fadeOut>

Definitions

  • player is the name of a player (or a target selector) who you want to display a title screen for.
  • title will add text to title screen and display the title screen.
  • subtitle will add text to the subtitle on the next title screen (Note: the title screen will not display when this subtitle command is run.)
  • actionbar will add text to the action bar.
  • titleText is the text to appear on the title screen. It is NOT formatted as raw JSON so you can not add text effects such as bold, italic or change the color of the text.
  • fadeIn is the length of time in game ticks (1/20th of a second) that the title screen takes to fade in. The default is 20 game ticks (1 second).
  • stay is the length of time in game ticks (1/20th of a second) that the title screen stays on the screen. The default is 60 game ticks (3 seconds).
  • fadeOut is the length of time in game ticks (1/20th of a second) that the title screen takes to fade out. The default is 20 game ticks (1 second).

Title Command in Minecraft Education Edition

To remove the title screen from the screen:

/title <player> clear

To reset the title screen to the default settings and options:

/title <player> reset

To add text to the title, subtitle or actionbar:

/title <player> <title¦subtitle¦actionbar> <titleText>

To set the fade-in, stay and fade-out times for the title screen:

/title <player> times <fadeIn> <stay> <fadeOut>

Definitions

  • player is the name of a player (or a target selector) who you want to display a title screen for.
  • title will add text to title screen and display the title screen.
  • subtitle will add text to the subtitle on the next title screen (Note: the title screen will not display when this subtitle command is run.)
  • actionbar will add text to the action bar.
  • titleText is the text to appear on the title screen. It is NOT formatted as raw JSON so you can not add text effects such as bold, italic or change the color of the text.
  • fadeIn is the length of time in game ticks (1/20th of a second) that the title screen takes to fade in. The default is 20 game ticks (1 second).
  • stay is the length of time in game ticks (1/20th of a second) that the title screen stays on the screen. The default is 60 game ticks (3 seconds).
  • fadeOut is the length of time in game ticks (1/20th of a second) that the title screen takes to fade out. The default is 20 game ticks (1 second).

Examples

  • Java
  • PE
  • Xbox
  • PS
  • Nintendo
  • Win10
  • Edu

Example in Java Edition (PC/Mac)

To display a title screen to the player called DigMinecraft that says "The End is Near" in bold italicized red text:

/title DigMinecraft title {"text":"The End is Near", "bold":true, "italic":true, "color":"red"}

To add a subtitle to the next title for DigMinecraft that says "Run for your Life!" in italicized yellow text (title screen will not display with this command):

/title DigMinecraft subtitle {"text":"Run for your Life!", "italic":true, "color":"yellow"}

To add text to the action bar for all players that says "Get Ready!" in light purple text:

/title @a actionbar {"text":"Get Ready!", "color":"light_purple"}

To change the fade-in time for the title to 40 game ticks, the stay time to 120 game ticks and the fade-out to 60 game ticks (for the nearest player):

/title @p times 40 120 60

Example in Pocket Edition (PE)

To display a title screen to all players that says "The First Battle":

/title @a title The First Battle

To add a subtitle to the next title for all players that says "Run for your Life!" (title screen will not display with this command):

/title @a subtitle Run for your Life!

To add text to the action bar for all players that says "Get Ready!":

/title @a actionbar Get Ready!

To change the fade-in time for the title to 85 game ticks, the stay time to 240 game ticks and the fade-out to 70 game ticks (for the nearest player):

/title @a times 85 240 70

Example in Xbox One Edition

To display a title screen to all players that says "Find a Shipwreck":

/title @a title Find a Shipwreck

To add a subtitle to the next title for all players that says "Open your Treasure Map" (title screen will not display with this command):

/title @a subtitle Open your Treasure Map!

To add text to the action bar for all players that says "Go!!":

/title @a actionbar Go!!

To change the fade-in time for the title to 40 game ticks, the stay time to 300 game ticks and the fade-out to 55 game ticks (for the nearest player):

/title @a times 40 300 55

Example in PS4 Edition

To display a title screen to all players that says "Find a Bee":

/title @a title Find a Bee

To add a subtitle to the next title for all players that says "But do not get stung" (title screen will not display with this command):

/title @a subtitle But do not get stung

To add text to the action bar for all players that says "Go!":

/title @a actionbar Go!

To change the fade-in time for the title to 100 game ticks, the stay time to 300 game ticks and the fade-out to 55 game ticks (for the nearest player):

/title @a times 100 300 55

Example in Nintendo Switch Edition

To display a title screen to all players that says "Team Deathmatch":

/title @a title Team Deathmatch

To add a subtitle to the next title for all players that says "Be the last to survive" (title screen will not display with this command):

/title @a subtitle Be the last to survive

To add text to the action bar for all players that says "Start Now!":

/title @a actionbar Start Now!

To change the fade-in time for the title to 20 game ticks, the stay time to 500 game ticks and the fade-out to 45 game ticks (for the nearest player):

/title @a times 20 500 45

Example in Windows 10 Edition

To display a title screen to all players that says "The Adventure":

/title @a title The Adventure

To add a subtitle to the next title for all players that says "Get Ready..." (title screen will not display with this command):

/title @a subtitle Get Ready...

To add text to the action bar for all players that says "Go!":

/title @a actionbar Go!

To change the fade-in time for the title to 90 game ticks, the stay time to 360 game ticks and the fade-out to 85 game ticks (for the nearest player):

/title @a times 90 360 85

Example in Education Edition

To display a title screen to all players that says "Let's Begin":

/title @a title Let's Begin

To add a subtitle to the next title for all players that says "Go!" (title screen will not display with this command):

/title @a subtitle Go!

To add text to the action bar for all players that says "Level 1":

/title @a actionbar Level 1

To change the fade-in time for the title to 45 game ticks, the stay time to 400 game ticks and the fade-out to 30 game ticks (for the nearest player):

/title @a times 45 400 30

How to Enter the Command

1. Open the Chat Window

The easiest way to run a command in Minecraft is within the chat window. The game control to open the chat window depends on the version of Minecraft:

2. Type the Command

We will cover examples of how to use the /title command to display a title, display a subtitle, and change the fade-in, stay and fade-out values.

Display a Title

In this example, we will display a title screen to the player called DigMinecraft that says "The End is Near" in bold italicized red text with the following command:

/title DigMinecraft title {"text":"The End is Near", "bold":true, "italic":true, "color":"red"}

Type the command in the chat window. As you are typing, you will see the command appear in the lower left corner of the game window. Press the key to run the command.

title command set title

Once the cheat has been entered, the title screen will appear on the player's screen.

completed title command set title

You will see the message "Title command successfully executed" appear in the lower left corner of the game window to indicate that the title screen has been successfully displayed.

Add a Subtitle

To add a subtitle, you must first run the command to add the subtitle text and then run a second command that displays the title screen. So if we wanted to display a title screen to the player called DigMinecraft that has a title "The End is Near" with a subtitle (next line down) of "Run for your Life!", you would need to run two /title commands.

First, set the subtitle text with the following command:

/title DigMinecraft subtitle {"text":"Run for your Life!", "italic":true, "color":"yellow"}

Remember to enter a command in Minecraft, open the chat window and then type the command.

title command set subtitle

Then run the next command to display the title screen to the player:

/title DigMinecraft title {"text":"The End is Near", "bold":true, "italic":true, "color":"red"}

title command set title

Once the cheat has been entered, the title screen (with title and subtitle) will appear on the player's screen.

completed title command set subtitle

You will see two messages "Title command successfully executed" appear in the lower left corner of the game window to indicate that the title screen (with subtitle) has been successfully displayed.

Set Times for Fade-In, Stay and Fade-Out

You can change various time values for the title screen such as the fade-in time, how long the title screen stays up, and the fade-out time.

If you wanted to change the fade-in time to 40 game ticks, the stay time to 120 game ticks and the fade-out to 60 game ticks, you would type the following command:

/title DigMinecraft times 40 120 60

To enter a command in Minecraft, open the chat window and then type the command.

title command set times

Now the next time that you display the title screen for the player DigMinecraft, the new fade-in, stay and fade-out times will take effect.

Congratulations, you just learned how to use the /title command in Minecraft!

Other Game Commands

You can use other commands and cheats in Minecraft such as:

Sours: https://www.digminecraft.com/game_commands/title_command.php
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Minecraft commands and cheats list: the most useful console commands you should know

Want to learn how to use Minecraft commands and cheats? The Minecraft console is every bit as creative a tool as Minecraft itself. With it, you can teleport to various locations, change the time or weather, spawn items or entities, chat with your friends, or control entire Minecraft servers filled with players.

Our Minecraft commands list is fully up-to-date with Minecraft 1.17, and will walk you through how to use the most useful and powerful console commands and cheats in the game.

How to use Minecraft commands and cheats

To use a Minecraft command or cheat, all you need to do is hop into your Minecraft game and tap the "/" key to open up the console. Every command in Minecraft must start with a "/", but using this shortcut will automatically add the "/" prefix so you can just start typing the command you want to use.

Minecraft commands are case-sensitive (so no capital letters allowed!).

Below we'll go over the most useful Minecraft commands and cheats to know. All the arguments for a command have been surrounded by either {angle brackets} or [square brackets]. Angle brackets mean that the argument is required, while square brackets mean that the argument is optional.


The most useful Minecraft commands and cheats

Now let's go over some of the most commonly used and useful Minecraft commands for any player learning to use the Minecraft console.

/?

The "?" command displays a list of all console commands, or gives information on how to use a specific command. It's shorthand for the identical "help" command.

Syntax: /? [command]

/gamemode

The "gamemode" command sets the game mode of the specified player.

Syntax: /gamemode {mode} [player]

/tp

The "tp" command teleports the specified entity or entities to the specified destination. It's shorthand for the identical "teleport" command, and very useful for getting back to your castle or towers after a spot of adventuring.

Syntax:

  • /tp {destination}
  • /tp {location} [rotation]
  • /tp {targets} {destination}
  • /tp {targets} {entity}
  • /tp {targets} {location} facing {facingLocation}
  • /tp {targets} {location} facing entity {facingEntity} [facingAnchor]
  • /tp {targets} {location} [rotation]

/time

The "time" command allows you to check or change the time of day.

Syntax: /time {add|query|set} {value}

/weather

The "weather" command sets the weather.

Syntax: /weather {clear|rain|thunder} [duration]

/give

The "give" command gives an item to a player.

Syntax: /give {player} {item} [count]

/summon

The "summon" command summons the specified entity or Minecraft mob at the specified position.

Syntax: /summon {entity} [position] [NBT data tag]

/kill

The "kill" command instantly kills the specified entity or entities.

Syntax: /kill {targets}

/locate

The "locate" command locates the closest structure of specified type. Useful for finding structures like Minecraft Villages.

Syntax: /locate {structureType}

/enchant

The "enchant" command enchants a player item.

Syntax: /enchant {player} {enchantment ID} [level]

/xp

The "xp" command adds, sets, removes, or checks a player's XP. Shorthand for /experience.

Syntax:

  • /xp [add|set] {players} {amount} [points|levels]
  • /xp query {player} {points|levels}

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What are arguments?

Many commands make use of arguments, which are bits of information that come after the command itself. For example, with the command:

/gamemode creative

The command is "/gamemode", and the argument is "creative", which means you are telling the game to set your gamemode to Creative Mode.


What are targets?

Some arguments in Minecraft commands are called targets. These arguments tell the game who (or what) you want the command to target. The following are target arguments:

  • @p (targets the nearest player)
  • @r (targets a random player)
  • @a (targets every player)
  • @e (targets all alive entities in loaded chunks)
  • @s (targets the entity that executed the command)

So for example, the command:

/gamemode creative @a

will set the game mode of every player on the server to Creative Mode, whereas:

/gamemode creative @r

will set the game mode of a random player on the server to Creative Mode.


Alright, that just about wraps up this Minecraft commands guide. If you're looking for other ways to change the game, be sure to check out our list of the best Minecraft mods available for 1.17. If you're more interested in changing the look of Minecraft, check out our list of the best Minecraft shaders and best Minecraft Texture Packs. If you're excited for shiny new things, check out everything you need to know about the 1.18 update, which will bring Dripstone and the Warden into your blocky worlds.

Sours: https://www.rockpapershotgun.com/minecraft-commands-cheats-list-console-commands

Controls text displayed on the screen.

Usage[]

A screen title is displayed to players as a single line of large center-aligned text in the middle of their displays, and can include a subtitle; a second, separate line of text displayed just below the title. Text can also be printed to the action bar, the space just above the player's hotbar. All of them are specified using raw JSON text components in Java Edition. In Bedrock Edition, the command uses plain text while uses raw JSON text components. Screen titles can be set to fade in and fade out, and the duration they are displayed can also be specified. Screen titles scale in size with the GUI Scale and screen titles that are too big to fit on the screen are not line-wrapped (they just overflow off the screen on both sides).

Note that "fadeIn", "stay", and "fadeOut" values of each player are only stored on their own client side, and these values can be changed only when executing this command.

Syntax[]

  • Bedrock Edition (plain text)

Detail[]

Clears the screen title from the screens of the specified player(s).
Resets the subtitle text for the specified player(s) to blank text, and the fade-in, stay and fade-out times to their default values (defaults to 10 gt, 70 gt, and 20 gt).
If a screen title is currently being displayed to the specified player(s), changes the current subtitle to the specified text; otherwise, specifies the subtitle for the next screen title to be displayed to the specified player(s).
Displays a screen title to the specified player(s), or changes the current screen title to the specified text. After fading out, resets the subtitle back to blank text, but does not reset fade-in, stay, and fade-out times.
Displays text on the action bar to the specified player(s), or changes the current action bar title.
Changes the fade-in, stay, and fade-out times (measured in game ticks) of all current and future screen titles for the specified player(s).

Arguments[]

JE: : entity
BE: : CommandSelector<Player>

Specifies the player(s) to display a screen title to.
Must be a player name, a target selector or a UUID‌[Java Edition only]. And the target selector must be of player type.

JE: : component
BE: : CommandMessage or : Json::Value

Specifies the text to display as a title, subtitle, or on the action bar.
In Java Edition, must be a raw JSON text.
In Bedrock Edition,
  • For , must be a plain text. Can include spaces as well as target selectors. The game replaces entity selectors in the message with the list of selected entities' names, which is formatted as "name1 and name2" for two entities, or "name1, name2, ... and namen" for n entities. can be used to mention all players.
  • for , must be a JSON Object.

JE: : integer, : integer and : integer
BE: : int, : int, and : int

Specifies the time in game ticks (1/20ths of a second) for the screen title to fade in, stay, and fade out. In Bedrock Edition, values below 0 are treated as 0. If not specified, defaults to 10 (0.5 seconds), 70 (3.5 seconds), and 20 (1 second).
Must be a 32-bit integer number. In Java Edition, it must be between 0 and 2147483647 (inclusive). And in Bedrock Edition it must be between -2147483648 and 2147483647 (inclusive).

Result[]

CommandTriggerJava EditionBedrock Edition
anythe arguments are not specified correctly Unparseable Failed
or fails to resolve to one or more online players Failed
On successDisplays the title.

Output[]

CommandEditionSituationSuccess Count
anyJava EditionOn fail000
On success11the number of targeted players
Bedrock EditionOn fail0N/AN/A
On successthe number of targeted playersN/AN/A

Examples[]

All of the following displays a bold screen title "Chapter I" with a gray italic subtitle "The story begins…" to all players.

  • In Java Edition:
    1. In Bedrock Edition using plain text:
      1. In Bedrock Edition with raw text variants:

        History[]

        Notes[]

        Sours: https://minecraft.fandom.com/wiki/Commands/title

        Command minecraft text

        I moaned and fiddled with your hair. Your hands caressed my body, making me forget about everything. Then you abruptly returned to my lips and dug into them. I sucked your tongue and you, kissing me, slowly began to enter my body.

        Title, Subtitle, Tellraw and Say - Minecraft Command Block Tutorial #4

        Vadim. asked Nadia. Now I'll call her, - he agreed.

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        The fence at the back is absolutely crappy. Tanya and Oleg quickly looked at each other. The next two weeks were spent in Oleg's sex education and in Tanya's almost daily orgasms. They tried many poses, Oleg was already confidently pulling out his penis in advance and already skillfully kissing her clitoris, and Tanya introduced him.



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