Scammer Galina Galyusik, Galichka, Galinka

Galyusik, Galichka, Galinka

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Comment #131570
Hello mysterious friend ! What's up ?)))

So hope our conversation plan be interesting for us and i will try tell
something about myself. In fact it is hard because i do not know from where
to start but lets begin !

My name is Galina but people can call me in different ways , if you will be interesting
so : Galyusik, Galichka, Galinka- choose what you like lol Im 31 years
old, 165cm and 50kg.I have blue eyes like deep ocean and my hair is brown but i like often to change it.
You can see all from photos! It will be pleasure for me if you will
find me pretty )) And with time i want you saw my colorful world inside and beautiful
soul. And how you can discribe yourself ? Show please your pictures too.

Im working in grocery shop as assistant. I agree this is not great job but i like
what i do ! And if i tell you from where i am you will understand that i can not
be capricious with job here ! Im from Lugansk , it is Ukraine. But i like communicate
with people, help them to choose tasty food and give advices)) So, what you do for living ?

I dream to find love and be loved! I want become for my man friend, lover and wife in one face!
I want we support each other in hard times and laugh when we have joy )))
I want feel my life complete and maybe is you who will make it happen ?)))) dreams .. dreams ..
Will you share your aims with me ????? What you search on site ?

I will wait for your letter ! Galina.
Comment #131812
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