Scammer Alina

Alina
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Comment #130719
Hello nice person !
I am sure it is nice that we will try our communication. How are you today?
By the way I am Alina ,I am 28 years old. I will try to tell you something about me. I am waiting the same from you. The only thing that I ask you is to be honest and to feel open with me.
I have heard so many stories about people and there relations to many talks about how lives goes together. To tell you the truth i am really nervous about writing you this letter. It seems like my destiny can depends on our talk. But i am ready to challenge fate. I belive that fate can be surprising. Who knows may be you're my surprise...Hope you're not bored with my letter and thoughts!!!?
Now i want to represent myself more detail,what i want to tell you? Hmmm, Let's start with a flows in my character. Hopefully after this letter you are not going to run with a scream!!! Lol)
So, i am shy,i find it disadvantages as often when i have to ask people about them or to talk with people at work i feel shy.I really wish to be more brave...Second, i like to sing in shower as loud as possible. Belive me my voice in shower is not a princess songs of Cinderella))) The third thing is excessive straightforwardness a habit of telling the truth. With this flow hard to make friends. Really people do not want to hear the truth. Now you know the dark side of my character.Still i have so many things to tell you about me. But you even can't imagine how i want to hear about and your life. May be you will feel ok,to tell me about your dark sides?
As people often like to tell how good they are in this or that. Only with life they started to show there inner world. I want us to be different and make our small world be not alike of other.
So,i wish you a very good mood and clear sky)))
In hope waiting for your letter
Alina
Comment #130883
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