Scammer Nina


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Comment #128473
So hellloooo )))

Can I share my wishes with you? I hope so... I know that the first
question you want to ask me is why I am alone and why I am here on the
dating site in search of my man? - It's not so difficult to explain...
I tried to create a family here and I was in relationship for 2 years
but my ex-boyfriend turned out to be very idle... so he attended
different parties with his friends and there lirted with any girl in
short skirt... so once I found him with another girl in our bed... so
it was last drop! Among not being stable and being very lazy, he used
me like a cook and housewife, which didn't satisfy my needs and my
vision of cosy home and strong loving family... so I told myself to
never ever tight my life with Ukrainian man... that's why I am here)))
Everything is simple))) And why did you decide to join this site? tell
me your love story in the past, please! At the moment I have only one
male in my life and it is my parents' dog - Arnold (you can see him on
the photo!). I like walking with him and playing, he doesn't betray
me, he is very faithful)))

With best wishes and warm hugs,
Nina - your new adventure I hope)))
Comment #128580
warm hugs to your wallet at some time in the future
Comment #129025
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