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juliers, Model

ID:9872
orlando,  Florida
I'm peruvian/caucasian

I love to be a part of someone’s art and vision, I admire a creative mind. I like the different, weird, unique, etc.

I am artistic and have a strong background in painting and dance (I am a dance instructor)

I am doing VERY SELECTIVE TFP and TFCD.

I am mostly...   read more
 
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Age:36
Height:5' 5" (165 cm)
Weight:110 lb (50 kg)
Chest:32" B (81 cm)
Waist:27" (69 cm)
Hips:35" (89 cm)
Eye Color:Blue
Hair Color:Brown
Dress Size: 2 US
Shoe Size: 6 US  (37 EU)
Skin Color:Olive
Ethnicity: Other
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Comments (4)
photo54  wrote about juliers on 10/11/09   07:35 PM     
wazzaa
JimFoto  wrote about juliers on 09/15/09   06:55 AM     
Thx for the request. We should collaborate sometime
AnthonyNeste  wrote about juliers on 08/16/09   06:09 AM     
beautiful...and were close
Blindworld  wrote about juliers on 07/30/09   08:59 PM     
I'll just spend a few days looking around on here:)

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