Abigail is rightly proud of her big tits and is looking for casual sex meets in the Barnet area of London. Free sex is a vocation of sorts for this cheeky 26 year old sex addict, and one look at her amazing figure tells you why. I’d be fucking a different guy twice a day if I was a woman, and if I had the chest she has, you can bet your left bollock I’d be looking to cut out all the usual pub and club crap to make sure I could get my fill. Which is exactly what the almost-cockney lass thinks as well, saying that boorish pissheads are a turn-off, and that she’d sooner get right to it at a convenient time rather than mess around doing the whole ‘scene’ thing. Good for her! And us actually, so if you are lucky enough to live in, or can travel to Barnet for some quick free sex with a girl that won’t be bothering you like a deranged bunny boiler, Abigail is right up your street.
This is Abigail’s awesome body in full (near enough anyway) you can see the rest of her if you are over 18 and looking for sex, and her big boobs can be yours to splat over!
A brief overlook at Barnet:
Barnet, a suburb of London, England, is located in the historic county of Middlesex, although many of its northern districts, including East Barnet and New Barnet, belong to Hertfordshire. Barnet was founded by the merger of the former cities of London and Finchley and the cities of New Barnet, East Barnet and Friern Barnet in 1965 (which once formed separate estates and parishes). A vocational college on the site of Barnet’s main campus, Middlesex University, is within the borough.
The name Barnet is first mentioned in 1070 AD as Barneto, derived from the Old English baernet (burn). Several porters used to be inns, and stagecoaches from Barnet, Totteridge and other towns along the way stood in the streets in the evenings as they set off, ready to offer one or the other.
The local cinema is located on a major bus route that runs regularly and frequently between Barnet, Finchley, Enfield and Borehamwood.
In 1972, the parish was dismembered and merged with four neighboring parishes. Thus ended the independent history of South Barnet; most locals now believe their homes are in East Barnet or Brunswick Park.