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Bogota vs Medellin

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TheHunter
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Bogota vs Medellin

Post by TheHunter » July 6th, 2019, 6:16 pm

Hi friends, sometimes I read the topic Bogota vs Medellin was treated but I spent hours but I was not able to read anything, I talk about the comparison between the two cities in relation to girls.
If you know well both the towns, could you tell me what are the principal differences about the girls? I'm undecided if I will reach Medellin or Bogota.
I like only to f**k in my apartment, therefore I will need to take every girl to my apartment. I don't like hardened pro girls. Semi-pro or indipendent girls are OK.
Is it better Bogota or Medellin?
Thank you.




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EugenioB
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Re: Bogota vs Medellin

Post by EugenioB » August 22nd, 2019, 11:24 pm

good look with this friend, I think in Colombia you can found a lot woman for this.

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