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The famous Freshy picture on Facebook

9 The famous freshy

A picture of an old lady received tremendous popularity on Facebook.

According to the description from the person who posted the image, this picture was taken in Battambang province. The old lady in the picture was sitting in a hammock in a yard, holding a can of Freshy Juice in her hand, looking at the camera with a normal look.

This picture was taken and posted on the Freshy Winner Facebook page. This is a weekly contest of the Freshy Juice Company to choose the most popular picture that has been posted on their page. Because most of the candidates and winners every week are mostly young, attractive Cambodians, this old lady picture stands out.

Within a week it has reached over 20,000 likes.

One person called Tra Veasna Komsot recently commented on the picture: “I wonder so much since this picture have like over 20,000 why freshy hasn’t invited her to join CTN for their show yet?”

Many Facebook users are now awaiting the results for this week, hoping the old lady picture can be the winner.

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