Mongolians and dating


17-Feb-2019 14:03

They eat meat for breakfast, meat for lunch, and meat for dinner.

And don’t forget the dairy products and the animal fat.

I’m not a historian and I also don’t want to bore you with historic facts.

All I want to say is that They eat all these yummy things that put you in an early grave.

It’s the capital city of Mongolia and with more than 1.3 million inhabitants, the biggest city in the country. It’s also the only city in this country that has more than 100.000 inhabitants (camels included).

in your warm and cozy apartment and meet dozens of Mongolian women who are looking for Western men to date and marry.

i have been to the maggie's, honestly, at the beginning i was a bit shocked by their size in general.

they were just bigger and stronger than local women.

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​No, Ulaanbaatar is not a city in the Outer Rim…even though it kind of is.

And because enjoying relaxed evenings on rooftop bars sounds more enticing than freezing to death, many of them choose to study in Singapore.



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