Scammer Raisa

Raisa
31
Ukraine
Alchevsk

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Comment #130685
Hi again !!!!!

That's so pleasant you replied to me here!! I was thinking
of whatever I wrote you last time too and I worried if I did
everything correct or if you are still interested in me at
all. I'm happy that you are with me and you are as
interested in me as I'm in you!

I asked you many things last time and thank you for
giving me answers to most and I think that should be fair if
I do the same as you might be also interested in me:-) As
you know I live in Ukraine but in the East of it in the city
called Alchevsk. It was a big industrial center not so long
ago, however it still gives much of industrial goods and the
main of them are metals and chemicals of course. However, I
can't say it's well developed in social way. Fortunately I
live far from plants and breathe with fresh air:-) I've
never been abroad and feel a bit ashamed of that. I'm 31 years old.
It's not too young as for the woman but I also don't mind of
our age difference. I hope you too. I celebrate my birthday
at 17 of November. My work is connected with cooking and I
like it. I work at the canteen. I hope to develop and maybe
to work at a restaurant. At least, I keep studying of
cooking and know much of recipes. Would you like if some day
I cook for you? It's also one of my main hobbies as well but
not the only as I like to do handcraft (sometimes I do
dresses for myself), to go in for sport. I do aerobics after
work.

As you know, I had not much luck with men here in Ukraine
mainly because most of them are selfish. It seems you are
different. At least it seems you feel interest writing with
me same as I am interested in you. I hope this dialog
will lead in serious relationships. At least I think it's a
good background for it.

I'll be waiting for your letter with impatience.

Raisa
Comment #131128
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