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from  18  to  40 
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Regular sex
Sex one-two times
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Sign Aries
   

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Height (cm) 177  (5' 10'')
Weight (kg) 70  (154 lbs)
Build Athletic
Hair Brown
Eyes Brown
   

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Spoken languages English; French; German; Italian
Education Graduate diploma
Profession Employee
Life priorities A lot of sex; Career; Family and long term relationships
Free activities Movies; Music; Sport; Travels
Sports Fitness; Soccer; Walk
Music Author music; Rock
Smoking Non-smoker
Alcohol Only with friends
   

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