Scammer Julia

Julia
30
Ukraine
Beloye

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Comment #131341
Hello !!! I'm so glad that you wrote me back and you
are interested in me! Well, I hope that our communication
will make us closer to each other then. Of course I should
probably tell a little about myself, so you can imagine what
kind of person I am. So let's start with my age. You know
that I'm not a young girl. I'm 30 already and I want to
repeat I really don't mind of our age difference. My
birthday is at spring at 25 or April. As you can see I'm
rather slip but not too much. I try to stay in a good shape.
My height is 1.66m, so I'm rather small (I hope it's OK for
you) and in the same time my wage is 52 kilos. What else? I
work as a secretary at the coal mine, so that's mostly about
paperwork but not going under ground:-))) He-he:-) My salary
is not large at all. Well, I'm not sure if I should tell
about things like that but I think it's better not to hide
anything. So, I'm not rich at all. as you know I
live on the East of Ukraine on the town called Beloye. There
were combats here but not long fortunately. In average, it's
a coal mining region among steppes. But in the same time
there are a lot of trees around, so that's rather fresh air
here. I like to go outside, doing sports. I like listening
to music and watching movies. I like a wide range of genres
actually.

I want also to tell I can speak English myself. I
think it should be good for understanding each other. At
least I hope you can understand it:-))

OK, I think I should end my letter here. I'll be waiting for
your reply with impatience! Have a good day and many smiles!

Julia
Comment #131618
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