Dating very good looking men

I was a skinny minnie with an hourglass figure, huge rack and matching derrière, long hair, olive skin, jewel tone eyes, full lips, gorgeous nails… I went on my first date my senior year of high school. The same goes if you’re too timid, awkward or unsure of yourself.

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