“Secretary Wanted…. Must be Flexible” – Design You Trust

“Secretary Wanted…. Must be Flexible”

Bendy bombshell Zlata, 27, can use a computer while doing a handstand, deliver a presentation with her head tucked between her legs and bend over backwards to create a table. The stunning German, real name Julia Gunthel, shows her flexibility by creating a different theme for her head-turning calendars each year.

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