Scammer Olesya

Olesya
+380997132549
Ukraine
Krivoi Rog

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Comment #131914
Hi !
It’s nice that you wrote me! I am a yoga coach and it makes me very flexible. Not only due to my job, but in reality, too… I think it’s important for a woman to give in to compromises and be open to discussions with her man… I am looking for relations based on partnership and mutual support, and I am ready to be flexible and to surrender if it is necessary. And I am looking for a man who will be ready and open to making compromises and with whom we can discuss everything and find a suitable solution.

My darling, I think for the moment we have nothing but time to get to know each other better and to understand we are the right people for each other and our meeting in the future worth it...) However, I am here also not for long term correspondence, and I agree with you it's better to meet after some time, not writing to each other for months! The real meeting will for sure give us the right and proper impression of each other, and however profoundly we get to know each other here, delving into the peculiarities of our personalities and souls, only the real meeting is something which will give us more accurate impression!

I live in Ukraine in big city Krivoi Rog and I like its’ industrial and busy atmosphere. I was born here. But sometimes I like to change the area and get tired of noise, and when I am in such mood, it’s good to venture somewhere out for a barbecue or just to go for a long walk in the park, listening to silence and breathing fresh air.
I have a hobby – roller skating and here I attach the video of me for you, my darling:) I like being open air and training outdoors, it gives me some positive energy:)
Tell me something about you and your life, I am interested to learn more of you:)
My darling, here is my whats app for you +380997132549 so that we can chat!

Kisses,
Olesya
Comment #131923
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Comment #132721
too good to be true