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About dusia25, the Polish Girl from lublin

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Photo of Polish Single ,'dusia25', lives in Poland  Lublin and seeks men
Photo of 'dusia25', Polish Woman, lives in Poland  Lublin and seeks men
Photo of Polish Single ,'dusia25', lives in Poland  Lublin and seeks men
Photo of 'dusia25', Polish Woman, lives in Poland  Lublin and seeks men
I live in:
lublin, Poland
Body:
Thin
Attractivnes:
I think I'm attractive
Hair color:
Fair blond
Haircut:
Long & Straight
Eye color:
Green
Glasses:
Wear sometimes
Tattoos:
No tatoos
Marital status:
Single
Children:
Do not have any
More children:
I think I would like some...
Religion:
Other
My job:
Manager
Education:
Postgraduate Graduate
Smoking habits:
I do not smoke at all
Alkohol:
Won't say no
Spare time:
Read books
Individuality:
Everyone around are different
Temperament:
Choleric
Love is...:
It's the sense of life
Infidelity is...:
End of love
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