Scammer Darya

Darya
30
Russia
Petrovsk

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Comment #131284
Hello my new friend
Thanks for your nice photos I like much.
I dont have phone now it in repair therefor dont have any chats.
I am so happy to see your letter and I would like to tell about myself in this email.
I am 30 years old. I am divorced and I dont have children.
Have you been married? Do you have children? My job is not so interesting.
I work as a dentist in a little-known clinic but it is enough big for my city.
I have an enough average salary for Russia and not so small for my city.
If I would live somewhere in Europe or America I think my salary would be like for people who live under the poverty line.
I live in the city called Petrovsk.
It was built in time of the Cold War (1960-1970) like many small cities of the USSR.
After the collapse of the Union (the USSR) many monuments devoted to the Communist past were almost destroyed
and the new dictator Putin has only the plan to build.
By the way, which political view do you have? I would like to have the democracy like in all west countries and USA.
I think so because only some rich people have power here in Russia and they sell all resources of our country stuffing their pockets.
Well, I do not want to talk about sad events. I would like that you would tell me about your country and city.
What interesting do you have in your life? What hobbies or interests do you have?
I love to cook the dishes of different countries, specially I like Italian pasta.
If you have any interesting receipt, please send it to me. I may try to cook it.
Well, I will finish my letter.
I think I have told you enough about myself for now.
If you have any questions, please write me. I would be happy to reply.
Waiting for your soonest reply,
Regards,
Your Darya.
Comment #131415
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