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Cock addict Leah loves a bit of the other, and is looking for free sex in Cardiff with similarly broad-minded men aged 22 – 40. Describing herself as a woman who loves laughing almost as much as she likes shagging, we reckon if you can make this lovely lady chuckle it’s a good way to have her knickers drop. Mind yourself as she is also keen on martial arts, and references a black belt, but doesn’t specify in which particular discipline. Origami? Or maybe she just has literally a black belt? No matter, because the main thing is: check out those tits! If those weren’t made for wrapping around your dick then we don’t know what the hell Mother Nature is up to. We fancy they look pretty nice swinging around while she gets fucked on her knees too, come to think of it.

Weighing in at a very nice 36C, the 25 year old Welsh stunner keeps herself fit in the gym as well as whichever form of MMA it is she goes in for, and is ‘pretty bendy in the bedroom’. We presume she is equally as bendy in all the other rooms as well. She likes giving and receiving oral, and also likes these sex positions: doggystyle, cowgirl, reverse cowgirl (always good for a bit of arse slapping while they ride you!). She ALWAYS practices safe sex, so no condom = no fucking Leah for you! Even the most ardent hater of rubber johnnies will surely make an exception for this absolute cracker though. And if not, get a grip man, for goodness sake!

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This is Leah’s awesome main profile pic (one of many!) you can see the explicit selfies she has uploaded, and her details so you can hit her up directly and arrange a sex meet. Don’t be shy now, she doesn’t shock easily 😉

Some stuff about Cardiff that may or may not be useful when deciding what to do after you have finished your hook up with Leah:

The Cathays Park community centre contains a collection of Edwardian buildings such as City Hall, National Museum and Gallery of Wales and Cardiff Crown Court, which is part of Cardiff University, as well as more modern town houses. Cardiff University was created when University College Cardiff and University of Wales Institute of Science and Technology merged in 1988 and took the name Cardiff University in 1999. Noteworthy in the centre are the City Hall Law Court, the National Museum of Wales (which has one of the largest collections of Impressionist paintings outside Paris) and the Welsh National War Memorial. Cardiff Queen Street Station is Wales’second busiest station and the hub of the Valley Line which connects the South Wales Valley, the suburbs of Cardiff and the city centre with the former Temperance Town site.

Cardiff Metropolitan University has campuses in the city centres of Llandaff and Cyncoed and is part of the Confederate University of Wales. Cardiff Castle is one of the city’s main tourist attractions and is located in the heart of the city centre. This is the largest cluster of castles in a city in the world indicating the mobility of the border between the Norman rule of Glamorgan, which is located in the centre of Cardiff and its Welsh neighbours north.

Caerdydd) is a city and capital of Wales and an existing city and county under the unitary Welsh system of local self-government. It is the largest city in Wales and the third largest city in the UK. The city was named Cardiff City after his Welsh wife.

Cardiff Castle is one of the most important landmarks in Wales and a site of international importance. If you live in Cardiff, there are regular bus services to most cities in Wales. Cardiff had a population of just over 1,800 in 1801, but by 1870 the city had become a coal exporter to South Wales over the next 100 years, with a population of 164,000 by 1901.

You can travel to Cardiff by bus from most UK cities such as Manchester, Manchester, Newcastle and Edinburgh.