People associated with the word 'martial arts'
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|kim.birdy_epsTest ride, in 3... 2... CRASH!||from the Utrecht area in Netherlands
Hello there! My name is Kim. For as long as I can remember I've been enamored by the UK's history and scenery, Scotland in particular. The closest to Scotland I've been is New Castle upon Tyne, sooo close! I'm busy saving for a holiday to Scotland... wanted: friends, knowledge, shiny times.. on offer: conversations, humor, smile!
Simon P (NEW)from Holyrood in Edinburgh in Scotland
Hi there, I'm a bubbly guy, doing master's in Edinburgh, like to meet interesting people. I'm totally into music (listening, performing, composing) , dancing ...and fighting (but only as sport :))
|saoralbaFree Scotland!!||from the Glasgow area in Scotland
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|knight46182Mami and Papi!||from the Indianapolis area in United States
My wife Tracy passed away Oct 9,2009. Scottish queen went to heaven. I miss her!
Today I my husband took first place in saline highland games master division!
|will||from the Escondido area in United States(also regularly in the San Diego area)
I am Will Logan of the Clan Logan, a third generation American with Scottish heritage. My grandfather was teaching me Gaidhlig and the Scottish culture but passed when I was six, so now I'm on my own. I am a writer by hobby; aspiring to be professional, as well as having a proud career in law enforcement... wanted: friendship.. on offer: friendship
Today I am wishing everyone on Scotster a very Nollaig Chridheil agus Bliadhna Mhath Ùr. (Merry Christmas and Happy New Year) - see 2 comments
Photos associated with the word 'martial arts'
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