Scammer Cynthia


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Comment #132311
Hi ,

You really sound like an idea Man :-) I will really like to get to learn more about you and see where it goes. My name is Cynthia 5.6 ft 155 cm blonde hair single woman never been marry, My bf pass a week period time to our wedding day.I am originally from Trinidad. I came to the states for holidays I am down to earth and very nurturing. I enjoy reading a good book or magazine(when I get a chance to sit still that is-- I am always doing something). I work very hard. I love rock and jazz and all type of music. I love to cook! I would like to share wine as we have a great time together, sharing conversation and laughing in the kitchen or watching a movie. I play the piano for fun and love to read. I like the mountains and the beach. I love the idea of a romantic night by a fire, sitting under the stars.. I enjoy good conversation and sharing of ideas. I also love traveling and visiting museums and historic sites. I would like to save some topics so we can chat and explore each other's interests and background. Lets chat and see what we have in common.

I hope this gives you a little insight about the person i am. How long have you been on the dating site and how have your search been for you so far ? Have you had any luck yet ? What do you look for in a Woman? Looking forward to hearing more from you.!

Comment #132447
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