Only watch this video if you like hot wet men

Photographer Eitan Bernat is on a quest to win the World Wifi Traveler contest.

In the end, I’m not sure I entirely care what the point of his video is (it’s at the bottom of this post).  It’s rather adorable.  As is he.  (I’ve since learned that Eitan and I have a mutual friend in Israel.)

So I contacted Eitan via Facebook and asked him about the contest, here’s how he described it:

“Bezeq” it’s the main phone company here in Israel for more than 40 years… They have internet services and now they start to develop all the cell phone department. They made this special free wifi app that gives you a free wifi everywhere around the world at any time, and it works on the idea that each user share 1mega of his connection, and in that way the more users that have this app – have a stronger wifi connection. The reward of this contest is similar to the ” the best job in the world .” they fly you somewhere in the world, and you have to document everything using this free wifi app in a fun way. So the one who will get the more likes in the contest page will win.

If you want to help Eitan win the contest, feel free to click through here, then click the button I have circled below to vote for him (he’s actually a friend of a friend in Israel, so I’m gladly helping him get a few last minute votes):

eitan-barnett

Enjoy.

Slippery when wet.

Slippery when wet.


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