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Submitted by Natalia (United States), Dec 10, 2019 at 20:27

In answer to your question, YES, I enjoyed learning about Islam, the culture, the Senegalese food! But the guy I dated just zapped all the fun out of things when he mentioned he was looking for a wife (this guy had 8 kids)!!! I have not heard a peep from him since I wrote him that I would report him to the police for harassment if he tried to contact me again. The word "police" really does ignite a fear in people...

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