What happened next was awful, confusing, and I wanted it to stop.But I’m not going to lie: Part of me was turned on. (It's my picture at the top left corner.) I am a Russian woman who 10 years ago married a western man. You can ring the office and chat to me to confirm that, or if you are in the area, drop by and say, "Hello".If you wonder what is in the heads of those pretty Russian, Ukrainian and Eastern European girls that you see on various websites advertising themselves as available for marriage with western men, you are at the right place to find it out!
I want to tell you that your site is the first one that I have seen that actually tells it like it is.Don't ask me why they are putting this in their profiles!!! Or maybe they use some absolutely weird translator that translates the phrase like that?Or maybe they have some "profile writer" in their "staff" who writes it? There is nothing wrong with making mistakes when it is not your native language.Another source is in Lugansk and Donetsk (in spite of the war going over there, believe it or not! In most cases you can tell that the girl is a scammer just by looking at her profile. Most scammy profiles start with words "I the sociable girl", "I the cheerful girl", or whatever, with "am" omitted.), but those are usually easy to detect as they mostly use the modeling pictures, or just "too good to be true" type of pics. Or, if it says "To me of 25 years", or whatever age, but that weird phrase "to me of xx years" or "me of xx years". Believe my experience, each and every profile that started with this particular cliche and had this grammar mistake, later turned out to be a scam.Russia is wildly acclaimed as the weirdest place on the planet and the way they try to find suitors online doesn’t help that reputation.