My dating disasters diary read online

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2017 we took the Beast to live in rural France looking for 'je ne sais quoi'. My mother did not give me enough information ~ it's gone south, east and west.

My muffin top resembles saddle bags on a miniature pony, in such a short space of time I've expanded in all directions.

Diary of a Drag Queen by Crystal Rasmussen (7 Feb).

Northern, working-class and shagging men three times her age, Crystal writes candidly about her search for ‘the one’.

2016 our adventure took us touring the Coast of Ireland continuing our search. As I stood watching my coffee cup turn in a dark and confined space I thought - this is my life. Ready to start my day...(and yes, I have had all my hair chopped ~ life is an adventure!

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