Middle Eastern/ Arab look to be a father .

    by Deanuk      .      09 Nov 2015

    I'm Middle Eastern guy born and raised in UK. I would like to have a child and ideally co-parent. I think I have a lot to offer a child and love children. I'm from a large family with loads of nephews and nieces, which I adore.

    let's open a conversation about it and see if we are on the same page.

    About me.
    Live in London and Midlands most of the time.
    Healthy and educated
    Into sports and travel

    Contact me if you have further questions.

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    I'm Middle Eastern guy born and raised in UK. I would like to have a child and ideally co-parent. I think I have a lot to offer a child and love children. I'm from a large family with loads of nephews and nieces, which I adore.

    let's open a conversation about it and see if we are on the same page.

    About me.
    Live in London and Midlands most of the time.
    Healthy and educated
    Into sports and travel

    Contact me if you have further questions.

    Hi. I'm down in beautiful Cornwall. I have Celtic blood, but apparently my paternal bloodline were originally from Andalus, before the Spanish invaded. Most Cornish people have Phoenician blood too, and I believe that heritage and ancestors are very important. What part of Saudi are you from? :-) xx


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