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Nick: mikejose
Gender: Male
Age: 38
Sign of the Zodiac:  Aries
I'm looking for: Woman
Orientation: Heterosexual
Status: Offline
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Name: mikeZip code (USA only): 00001
 
Country: United States Region: Alabama  
Language(s): African
 
 
Accommodation: I live with a friend
My auto: Vauxhall Calibra
Material support: Not looking for a sponsor and not willing to become one

Want to meet:
I'm looking for: Woman At the age of: 37 - 32 years
Purpose of Meeting: Marriage and family creation

About me:
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the Good News of Jesus. It ends with the man's happy response to Jesus. Let's join this man - a sincere seeker from Ethiopia - on his journey to faith. His helper on the journey is Philip, a Christian who shares the Good News of Jesus wherever he travels.

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orientation Orientation: Heterosexual
 
I get aroused with:
Smell.
Have you had heterosexual experience?: No
Have you had homosexual experience?: No
How often would like to have sex:
No answer
Your sex role: No answer
Penis size: 5-6 inch (13-16 cm)
In sex I like:
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the Good News of Jesus. It ends with the man's happy response to Jesus. Let's join this man - a sincere seeker from Ethiopia - on his journey to faith. His helper on the journey is Philip, a Christian who shares the Good News of Jesus wherever he travels.
Your education, college:
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
Do you have pets?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
What is the utmost happiness for you?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
What's your favorite city in the world?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
Who's your favorite painter?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
What are your favorite games?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
How long can you manage without communication?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
What's your favorite music artist/DJ/band?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the

Do you want kids?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
The most striking discovery for you:
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the

Your favorite movie:
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
The most important advice you've ever recieved:
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
The strongest impression of being abroad:
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
What does romance mean for you? Is it important?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
What was the last book you read? What are you reading now?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
What quality do you think highly of?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the


Your hobby?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
What kind of mistakes do you consider to be worth mercy the most?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
Which famous person would you like to be?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the

Your favorite literary characters:
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
What kind of people you don't like:
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
The most recent achievement:
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
Your main disposition:
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
The most recent fail/loss:
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
What do you rate highly about your friends?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
What is your current goal?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
Your main shortcoming:
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
Your attitude towards religion:
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
What is the greatest misfortune for you?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the

Your dream job:
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the

How do you usually meet somebody?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
If you had plenty of time what would you do?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
What quality you rate the highest about man?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the

There is nothing worse for you than:
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
What quality you rate the highest about woman?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
In one word - how do people see you?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the

Do you arouse watching pornography?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
What you don't like the most about homosexual people?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
What do you hate the most?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
Your favorite dish?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the

How would you want to die?
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
Your favorite historic chracter:
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the

Your current state of mind:
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
Your favorite place in the city where you go often:
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
Your motto:
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
What would you want to change in your country:
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the
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Weight: 52kg (114.64 Lbs) - 206kg (454.15 Lbs)
Height: 152cm (4.99 ft) - 185cm (6.07 ft)
Country: Albania
 
 
 
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
About future partner:
The New Testament tells the story of Jesus. The first four books - Matthew, Mark, Luke and John - report His time on earth. The book of Acts shows the result as more and more people believe in Jesus as the Christ. ("Christ" comes from Greek, and "Messiah" from Hebrew; both refer to the supreme King promised by the Old Testament.) Acts shows detailed examples of how people become "Christians" - followers of Christ. In Acts 8 we find one man's journey. It begins by telling how the man first hears the Good News of Jesus. It ends with the man's happy response to Jesus. Let's join this man - a sincere seeker from Ethiopia - on his journey to faith. His helper on the journey is Philip, a Christian who shares the Good News of Jesus wherever he travels.
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