And This is How Mexicans Will be Celebrating the Centennial of Our Revolution. ¡Ajúa!

Meet Fernanda and Isabel Calles Carranza, great-granddaughters of revolutionary leaders, who are celebrating the centennial of the Mexican Revolution by -what else?- posing nude for Playboy.

According to EFE, the twenty-something sisters were “convinced” by the magazine’s publishers to appear in the February edition of Playboy México, which has confirmed that:

Fernanda and Isabel Calles Carranza “will show off their beauty in a lovely pictorial to kick off the 2010 festivities.”

Oh, yeah! that’s lovely… not to mention über-revolutionary!

Photo: EFE

Hat tip, again, to my un-paid, eagle-eyed Mexico correspondent Keith Dannemiller.

UPDATE: Some lady named Alejandra Elías Calles has come forward to sour the party for everybody (particularly this blogger) claiming these damiselas are nothing but a scam. I will, of course, keep you posted, because, well, I have nothing better to do.

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5 Responses to And This is How Mexicans Will be Celebrating the Centennial of Our Revolution. ¡Ajúa!

  1. Eso es independencia. De criterio.
    Me pregunto cómo podría unirme a tal celebración.

  2. El Chilakil says:

    No se si le veo bien o mal, jajaja

  3. Julio Cesar says:

    The third one, Alejandra is just jealous since Playboy did not invite her to do the pictorial… Just kidding.

    How nice of these ladies to do this in remembrance of their great-grandparents…

  4. Gabo says:

    Habia Photoshop en 1910?

  5. Aldo says:

    Me parece muy bien el estilo de celebración. Para conmemorar 200 años de Independencia, nada más apropiado que un especial de Playboy. O qué esperaban? Un especial en Buenhogar o Vanidades?

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