Scammer Stella


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Comment #132217

Hove are you!

Thanks for the reply to my letter, I am very glad that you drew attention to me. I hope you liked my pictures.

If you want I will send more. I want to talk a little bit about yourself. I am very cheerful, cheerful girl.

I am 29 years old. I live in Ukraine. I work as a teacher at the school. I have many different Hobbies. :-)

I love sports, good books (especially classic literature), theatre, I like all kinds of music,

I can listen to rock, jazz, pop, if it's good quality music, then why not. :-)

Today the whole day I was at work. I had seven lessons. Although a very demanding teacher, the students love me,

because I try to diversify educational process, so that the lessons are never boring. I have a very lovely family, I live with my parents.

I am the only child in the family, but I have a lot of cousins because my dad had a big family.

Where do you work? What are your Hobbies? I think you always find a common topic of conversation and you are not going to be bored with me. ;-)

I hope that we will continue to get to know each other. If you want to ask me questions, I will glad to answer you them. And you can send me your photo? Now I'm going to prepare for tomorrow's lesson and begin to prepare for sleep. I hope to see your letter tomorrow! OK ;-)?

Good day to you

Kiss :-*
Comment #132478
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