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Alexandrea, 37

About Alexandrea, the Polish Woman from Kraków

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Photo of Polish Lady ,'Alexandrea',  from Poland  Kraków looking for dating
Photo of 'Alexandrea', Polish Girl,  from Poland  Kraków looking for dating
I live in:
Kraków, Poland
Body:
Thin
Hair color:
Fair blond
Haircut:
Medium & Straight
Eye color:
Grey
Glasses:
Don't use
Tattoos:
No tatoos
Piercing:
No piercing
Marital status:
Single
Children:
Do not have any
More children:
Not yet
Religion:
Christian
My job:
Employee
Education:
University Graduate
Smoking habits:
I do not smoke at all
Alkohol:
Won't say no
Spare time:
Go to cinema
Individuality:
Everyone around are different
Temperament:
Phlegmatic
Love is...:
It's the sense of life
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