“Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem.”
The Legend of Popocatepetl & Iztaccihuatl
I prefer the one between Tristian and Isolde. Am I being a racist?
Did they pay you to pose for the painting?
I'm thinking that the woman is a captured prisoner. As was so often the case in old Mexico, she will likely be sacrificed with her heart being cut from her chest and then eaten. Good times. Good times.Pay close attention to the menu at that restaurant.
I think you forgot about the Hot Chix exemption
Even then, when men were bloodthirsty, mighty warriors, they were not above copping a feel.
Definitely copping a feel.😁
They threw virgins off the temple to their death? The crazy bastards deserved to go extinct.
Probably just the ugly ones.
They are not extinct. Their descendants are flooding this country.
Saw the same/similar pic in plenty of Mexican restaurants in So. Cal.when I lived there In the 80's. Difference being the comely young woman in the pics I saw wasn't wearing a dress. In fact she wasn't wearing much of anything.
reminds me of a cartoon I saw back in the 60's. I think it was in my Dad's Playboy magazine. Two Roman solders each carrying a naked woman over their shoulder walking away from a burning village. "Prisoners, of course we take prisoners", one said to the other with a grin on his face. A classmate in my freshman history class at my catholic high school traced the cartoon and turned it in as an historical illustration assignment. Most of our teachers were Christian Brothers, but our history teacher was a lay teacher and our football coach. He gave him an "A" for the assignment.
Now see? We just don't seem to have teachers like that anymore. Course, I could be wrong.
on velvet of course