Amaia Salamanca Wants You to Get Wet this Summer

Mojate

It’s been only a few days since I’ve arrived in Spain, and the summer is in full swing, with Spaniards already preparing for their two-month beach extravaganza (financial crisis or not.)

And with the summer and the heat comes the sexy and the daring, including this TV spot featuring the spectacular Amaia Salamanca, best known for her role as Catalina Marcos in the Spanish version of Colombian hit series Sin tetas no hay paraíso.

Watch Amaia as she invites you to get wet, and enjoy the thrills of summer with a Spanish accent (and a tampon safely secured inside.)

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One Response to Amaia Salamanca Wants You to Get Wet this Summer

  1. Mommys need to teach their children Whores are not ‘sexy’.

    After Mass yeaterday the good Padre was telling me people have become sex obsessed and only dream of it all the time.

    ADDIDAS

    as the logo incites: All during the day I dream about sex.

    I informed him had my wife and I not allowed sex to be a major part of our lives, we would not have ten children and eighteen grandchildren.

    “Perverted sex, is what you mean, Padre”

    The use of women as objects rather than the purpose God has for them can only be stopped by women standing in the Public Square and kicking those Jews of the media in the wallet, and bringing harm to all they hold sacred.

    The Devil has to be routed.

    Then, people, especially women, will once again see the treasure women are.

    To a great extent the level of any civilization is the level of its womanhood. When a man loves a woman, he has to become worthy of her. The higher her virtue, the more her character, the more devoted she is to truth, justice, goodness, the more a man has to aspire to be worthy of her. The history of civilization could actually be written in terms of the level of its women.”

    – Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen

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