with the breaking of Mario Vargas Llosa and Isabel Preysler, the time has come to reread all the work of the Nobel Prize since many experts say that it is usually autobiographical. We happened to know some aspects of the couple’s privacy, although who was going to tell us that we would end up finding such personal aspects as details of “the pichula” of the writer or the problems to consume of the “queen of hearts”.
“It was a crush on the pichula, not the heart. Of that pichula that now no longer serves me for anything, except to pee. Why do I keep saying ‘pichula’, something that no one in Spain says? with the Preysler.
In these lines that would open the door of his bedroom for the last 10 years, Mario would not only have been critical of his virile member, but also of Isabel Preysler’s faculties to maintain intimate relationships with him since, according to what can be read, the mother of Tamara Falcó would require “chemical aid”.
“Nor did we ever imagine that it was so common for people to live a hundred years, and yet, there are a good number of bipeds to show that it was not unattainable. And, above all, that men and women could last so long while maintaining lucidity and enjoying life, including sex. I’m not speaking for myself, of course, but a lot of people who must be around my age still enjoy making love, even though I’m not part of it (The last time I made love without chemical aid was about ten years ago, I think, or thereabouts, I think.)”, he continues writing in the verses in which he reveals this very private aspect of Isabel Preysler’s life.
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