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Again we are usaadultclassifieds with an s. Wooster Page 1 of 3 1 2 3 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 15 of This blog is moderated by Bards Tale. Pixie Texted with her a couple weeks ago. Says she moved east a bit from where she was. Also said she has a roommate now so couldn't meet at her place. She's a nice girl if you haven't met her. Seems to keep a low profile. There was a review about Pixie about 6 weeks or 2 months ago! So any info is appreciated like if she drops her or prices or is worth it to pay that much or opens up more for repeat visitors.
Also working on a utr in wayne county very cute 19 yr old spinner trying to get her to open up for at least a couple seniors will report back!! Post a link for any Wooster girls you find. They are few and far between and I usually hop on them the moment I find out about them.
She usually travels to Akron during weekends and some weekdays, but you can usually catch her at home in Woo Monday-Thursday. She's an average BP provider, at best. Very nice body, though. It's time for an update on this subject. I have searched for a local provider in Wooster for the past 18 months. Suddenly there are 2, but who knows how long it will last unless they can develop a regular clientele.
Lists her location as Wayne County. She provides out of her shabby apartment in downtown Wooster. Kind of a spinner with a little baby pooch. No kissing, no Greek, no rough stuff. Also offers massage at a lower rate. Works incall only out of her residence in the Triway area.
Com Few extra pounds but carries a set of pierced DDs. Here is her post from June Looking for a sensual, relaxing massage from a beautiful woman? I am a curvy, large breasted, upscale woman who thoroughly enjoys giving pleasure and releasing tension.
Come let me put a smile on your face today. Please e-mail first until after verification: Look forward to hearing from you.
But in my all my travels I keep striking out. I can't be the only guy who's tired of driving so far for "relief" so any intell would be appreciated and I will keep hunting and post if I have any luck.
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