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  • Once upon a time, three young chivatos living in Mexico were shipped to a small Indian reservation in Pine Ridge, South Dakota. The eldest of the brothers was Jose, he was18 winters old, a smooth talker, and easy on the eyes,but he spoke with a lisp. Ladies loved it. The second oldest was Antonio, he was small, dark, and handsome. He talked a big game to the women in text but was very shy in person. Antonio walked with a limp, but the native ladies loved it. The youngest was Jorge, he was the oldest in mind and hated burritos. These three brother were transferred from Mexico to South Dakota, because of lady problems. The chicas were acting up in mexico, so these brothers wanted to test out the native women in Pine Ridge. Women found these three very attractive, but the only problem was they couldn't stick to just one woman. Jorge, the youngest, already had three children, Guadalupe, Jesus, and Jazabelle. Jose had two kids, Monique and Shananay. The brothers loved their kids very much, but they had a lot of baby mama drama. Antonio has problems with women, he freaked out every time he was with a girl.
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