Now Saakashvili can eat "ties" absolutely calmly
On the eve, in the Georgian capital, a presentation of a new Georgian national "product" called "Edible Reformed Tie" was held. As reported by "Georgia-News", the event was held in the building of the gallery "Tiflis Avenue". The authors of this culinary invention are the representative of the "Coalition for a European to Georgia" Levan Cholokashvili and a journalist Oleg Panfilov.
This "Ties", placed in a special transparent plastic packaging, are made from tklapi which are anciently made of tkemali juice or other fruits in Sakartvelo. The cost of the new Georgian souvenir is 5 lari.
This is a "new rich in vitamins information-nutritious food", according to a special instruction on the use of this "tie" which is printed in Georgian, Russian and English. "The eating of the tie contributes to reforming your life and improves its quality. We recommend the eat small amounts three times a day. It awakens appetite for freedom and democracy. Contraindications: authoritarianism, the Soviet mentality, personal cowardice, an unwillingness to see the neighbors prosperous and happy" - claim the authors invention in the manual.
Cholokashvili has told the history of the creation of the "tie" to the journalists: "This summer we were at my cottage with Mr. Panfilov and my wife was preparing tklapi. And he got an idea to cook "edible tie" of this product. Then we quickly developed a design and decided how to slice it and how to pack it, then we have patented it for a very short time and began mass production for sale". He added that this "ties" are made at home by politician family members.
"Edible tie" is reminiscent of the moment of August 2008, when BBC showed nervous Georgian President Mikhail Saakashvili chewing the end of his tie.
By the way, now the head of Georgia can "eat" the ties absolutely calmly. As the gallery director Catherine Macharadze Tiflis Avenue told guests at the presentation, President Saakashvili has already received such edible tie as a gift. "He really liked the idea" - she added.