10 Commandments for Ukrainian girls
• 10 Commandments for Ukrainian girls
In one series of postcards in 1918 there were 10 commandments young Ukrainian woman. To have survived only 8 out of 10.
The Seventh Commandment: "Love Never Katsap"
The Tenth Commandment: "When you marry - feed her husband well enough to be healthy, coarse animal face, and thick as a pitcher with a plum brandy called Slivovica"
ninth commandment: "If married, you do not jump in buckwheat (do not change), or a husband that's what feed"
sixth commandment: "Do not love this guy, love of many"
The Fourth Commandment: "Always be cheerful, beautiful, lively, but never did so because you fought guys"
The Third Commandment: "Old and bad always tray pumpkin" (a tradition in Ukraine - to bring a pumpkin guy, which means failure)
the second commandment: "If you talk to the guy, then look back - if the mother catches you with a truncheon"
The First Commandment: "Do not kiss the bride before the wedding, and if there is a climb, then hit him in the face"