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  • Years:
  • 32
  • Caters to:
  • Guy
  • Tone of my iris:
  • Big gray-green eyes
  • My gender:
  • I'm girl
  • Hair:
  • Black hair
  • Body type:
  • Strong
  • I prefer to drink:
  • Mulled wine
  • I prefer to listen:
  • Reggae


I am currently placed under a stay-at-home order, which requires me to stay in my house unless I need to travel for very specific reasons, like shopping or health needs. It also means I no longer have to keep to office dress codes. I speak with my parents over video chat, and call other family members over Facebook Messenger.


The idea came to me when we were on holiday.

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Her name will come to me in a minute. It came to her that it was foolish to expect him to help. If it comes to war, NATO forces will be stronger in the air.

Come home to (someone or something)

So, has our relationship come to this? Two people with nothing to say to each other.

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You wonder what the world is coming to when young children are dying of hunger. When it comes to holidaysI prefer something lazy. Definition and synonyms of come to from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Education.

Getting organised to go home

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Synonyms and related words. To cause someone to remember.

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To add up to a total. To reach a particular amount, point, or state.

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To finish something. Something that you are discussing. Thesaurus Trending Words blue movie. Synonyms of the month gift.

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