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Kristina




 
Meet FAN Girl Kristina! You might've seen her at Mt. Hood this past December posing for our January FAN Girl Wallpaper. You also might've seen her in downtown Portland this summer as a Beer Chip Girl or maybe at a local bar. Kristina is very social, outgoing, and easy to talk to.
 

In her free time she likes to travel, go camping, hiking or to the movies. When she's doing nearly all of those things she's listening to music! Even though she doesn't play any instruments, she loves music.

Kristina's favorite sport by far is football! Suke will appreciate this; she's a Denver fan. She also has hops! Check out the picture below.

Guys, if you're outgoing, motivated, funny, family oriented, and spontaneous, then you might have a chance with Kristina.



 





FAN Girls Martha, Rachelle, Sugar and Kristina with Isaac and Big Suke at Big Al's.

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