Lena Taranenko
I want to describe my best friend. She's a Kalmyk. It's a little proud nation from South Russia. We've acquainted at Moscow University of Culture and Art. I am here about her appearance. She has unusual look for ordinary Slavic people. Her face is an Asian type - round like a moon, slanted gree-brown eyes, small cute nose and full lips and sharp chin. Her skin is so white (she afraid of the sun every time and uses SPF). Most Kalmyks are tanned and white skin is something like a blue blood sign. Her hair is thick and dark. She is small but has big breasts as she told me it's from Russian roots. She is very stylish and has good taste and can see good colour combinations, shapes and prints and how it fits her. A few years ago she went to China and South Korea and she felt like a banana white inside and yellow outside. She grew up in Europe culture with an Asian appearance. I love her for a brilliant mind, a sense of humour, courage and curiosity. And sometimes it funny in public places call her Zaya it's her name sounds like a Russian Зая - bunny.
Feb 27, 2021 11:45 PM
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I want to describe my best friend. She's from Kalmykia, a proud little nation in Southern Russia. We met at Moscow University of Culture and Art. She has an unusual look for ordinary Slavic people. Her face is an Asian type - round like a moon, with slanted greem-brown eyes, a small cute nose, full lips and a sharp chin. Her skin is so white (she's afraid of the sun all the time and uses sunscreen). Most Kalmyks are tanned and white skin is something like a sign of blue blood. Her hair is thick and dark. She is small but has big breasts which she told me are from Russian roots. She is very stylish and has good taste and can see good colour combinations, shapes and prints and how they fit her. A few years ago she went to China and South Korea and she felt like a banana: white inside and yellow outside. She grew up in a European culture with an Asian appearance. I love her for her brilliant mind,her sense of humour, her courage and curiosity. And sometimes it is funny when in public places (WHO? people?) call her Zaya it's her name and sounds like the Russian word Зая - bunny.
February 28, 2021
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