A 29-year-old single woman has recently put up a competition that will hold on the eve of her birthday.
From the competition, Lena Komleva, seeks to get any fertile man, young and strong at the same time that can just leave his seeds in her, like get her pregnant since none of them has agreed to marry her.
Komleva who hails from Chelyabinsk in southern Russia stuck the advert with a caption, ‘Leave Your Trace In Me’ on her Vkontakt page (the Russian equivalent of Facebook).
The full text of the advert says,
‘On the eve of my 29th birthday I announce a contest.
‘My mother needs grandchildren to give them all the baby clothes she has been collecting. But nobody wants to marry me yet.
‘So, if you are young, strong and healthy drop me a line. My mother will be in charge of selecting the candidates and announcing the winner. She knows what I need.’
Now the toenail-painting artist has been inundated with offers from horny men keen to help her out, according to Metro UK.
The reactions from a couple of guys with unholy appetite for sex will amaze anyone.
One 31-year-old man, Igor Seleznev, ‘I would happily leave my trace in her, again, and again, and again. She’s hot.’
Another man, 28-year-old Yuri Yuriev, said, ‘Hmm, a women in need – am here to help.’
Additionally, a 25-year old man, Kuzma Tretiakov, among the host of guys that really want to have a feeling of the competition said, ‘I’m young, strong and healthy and ready to go.’
However, some advocates of good morals are really out to help Komleva get through it.
One of her friends, Borislav Baranov, 28, said, ‘I’d love to help her, but her mother seems a bit of a nightmare while Leonid Ponomaryov said: ‘What about morals? Can this be right?’
In response Elena said, “There is nothing for me to be ashamed of. I was in love once, but I was also unhappy. I am hoping to find a husband, but if I only find a biological father that’s ok. At least it will stop my mum going on at me.
Now, Komleva and her mum are sorting through the applicants and shortlisting them ahead of the rare contest.