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Not a tall prince short frog

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Submitted by Samantha (United States), Apr 7, 2018 at 08:13

Instead of marrying a tall handsome prince. Married a short ugly gigolo frog looking for a woman to support him and his family. Paying for visa from them to enter this country. It doesn't matter about them having careers. They will still use you for money. I'm not a bank mena men and their families will bankrupt you in the end. Leaving you with nothing but regret. Filed for divorce. I wish you women married to these nightmares good luck. I wouldn't wish them on my worst enemy.

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