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rich_loner

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Re: In Love With A PSP??? Need your reaction badly...
« Reply #60 on: April 22, 2013, 06:07:01 pm »
Salamat uli mga GTs for all your POVs and advices... na appreciate ko talaga... As of now, she still texts me once in a while pero di ko na muna pinapansin... I just hope that eveything will be well for both of us in the future...
Always be good and love your sisters as you love yourself.

praetorius

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Re: In Love With A PSP??? Need your reaction badly...
« Reply #61 on: May 01, 2013, 12:51:21 am »
i may be late on this, but just in case na bisitahin ulit ng TS ito, masasabi ko lang:

'been there, done that'

almost got mugged by the 'bouncer' nung in-arrange ko ang 'rescue' sa 'casa' kung saan sila nakatira wherein they only accept foreigners as clients.

at the end of the day, she's in it for money, nothing else. otherwise, she'd forsake EVERYTHING para lang matigil ang cycle of prostitution on her part.

so good luck sa iyo on your decision. maraming babae na karapat-dapat sa atensyon mo :-)

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Re: In Love With A PSP??? Need your reaction badly...
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