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Fran
31 Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Seeking: Male 26 - 48
Religion: No religion
Don't message me if you are looking a woman 20 years younger than you. Yes, I am from Brazil but : - I don't live in a party. I study and work. - I have clothes and I wear them. - I don't live in the amazon Rainforest. There are no restaurants nearby. - I don't live on the beach. - There aren't monkeys everywhere. Monkeys don't run around everywhere. I have a dog, not a monkey. - I don't like carnival and I don't know how to samba. Samba isn't the dance that everyone gets down to parties. - I speak Portuguese. Brazil’s official language is Portuguese. I don't speak "Brazilian", indian language or Spanish. - I don't like football. Creio me, some people simply are not interested in this sport. - I don't live in Rio de Janeiro or Sao Paulo. The capital of Brazil isn't Rio de Janeiro. The capital is Brasilia, a city in central Brazil. " According to some foreigners, we (Brazilians) just think about Samba, Football and Carnival. Some thought all brazilian women are BEAUTIFUL, sexy and easy to get in bed, WITH Big BS and walk around almost NAKED in public. Brazilians when they aren't in the beach are playing FOOTBALL all day long on dirty fields while listening to Samba, DRINKING CAIPIRINHAS and playing with their pet MONKEYS. Our streets are all dangerous, our idols are PELÉ and NEYMAR, and we speak SPANISH as our native language. E of course, Rio is the capital of Brazil." - I work as a scientific researcher since 2015. - I'm single, never married, no kids. - I'm not looking for your visa or kidneys, don't worry. - Life can be hard. I like to look at life in a funny way. Stay positive :)
nani
39 Campinas, São Paulo, Brazil
Seeking: Male 32 - 42
Religion: No religion

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