Popular Ukrainian TV presenter Olga Freimut, which has a scandalous reputation after working in the project Inspector, often encouraged followers bright photos and videos in your Instagram. Recently, the TV star decided to your blog, which teaches lessons of etiquette to his fans, indicating post-lessons the hashtag #ticketstream. Recently on her page again, the video appeared to this mark.
It turned out that Olga decided to teach Ukrainians to use a spoon and eat soup. In front of the camera she appeared at the table in a restaurant, in front of her on the table a bowl of soup. It interesting black blouse with a pretty spicy neck, hair down, and in the face of a light makeup. In the video, Freimut shows and tells how to eat soup according to the rules of etiquette, and his words were duplicated in the description of the video: “the Soup is not recruited to himself, and from himself. On a spoon no wind blows. Don’t eat from the spout of the spoon and on the side”. Followers have not passed and began to discuss a new publication the voucher.
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