About Me: Male, London, United Kingdom, member since Feb 2007
Serious migraine headaches in teenage ("O, its just the hormones") turned into serious grand mal epileptic condition. Gradually drug controlled and middle life virtually fit free except when extremely tired or medication less. After bad period in 80's not able to secure
[More] consistant employment, registered disabled and after attempts at self-employment left with the life of a community volunteer.
My name is Rita 24 years old never married. l saw your profile today and after going through it many times then l made up my mind to contact you as my friend. so l want you to write back to me through my email address so that l will give you my picture and for you to know who l am. (rita7philip at y/a/h/o/o.c/o.u/k) l hope to see your mail OK is from me,
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