ELV would like to say, for the record, that Casa Don Juan is a charming Mexican eatery in downtown Las Vegas, and that women who look like this have no business being in a professional football men’s locker room.
That being said, there’s no denying the gal’s got a great looking caboose, and should be entitled to shake her tail feathers anywhere she damn well pleases.
The struggle for female equality emerged from the wellspring of paradoxical contumaciousness in mid-Eighteenth Century European thought, when the subjugation of Enlightenment Age women by epistemologists like Kant and Rosseau was set into sharp relief against the dialectic of Spinoza’s rationalism and Kant’s own transcendental idealism. Oops, wrong blog.
Yeah that, and she’s got a great caboose.
And Casa Don Juan has a fiery shrimp diablo that never fails to satisfy….and that’s almost as caliente as most of the chicas you see on Univision or Telemundo.
In fact, after a long, hard day of lawyering and restaurant reviewing, ELV usually unwinds with his new favorite hobby: watching Mexican TV with the sound off.
The lunch por dos seen above came to $35 including tip, and any time any female from any south of the border television station wants to interview ELV in his shower, the door will be open.
CASA DON JUAN
1204 South Main Street
Las Vegas, NV 89102