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Monthly Archives: July 2012
Best youtube comments so far: – “No time to explain, gimme your horse” – Dog – They’re obviously a crime-fighting duo on their latest adventure. – just a dog and horse seeing who is fastest at a 100 yard dash.
Never noticed the Colonel Sanders – Comrade Stalin resemblance before:
From the article linked below: Tigers are known for their ferocious teeth, loud roars, and great strength, but their most threatening feature may be their propensity to squirt urine over long distances — at people. That’s what happened during a … Continue reading
Though I think the gender-biased overtones are unnecessary, I suppose this literacy campaign is laudable. It certainly is well-executed and beats Dmitri Medvedev’s 2011 call for Russia’s muzhiki to take up the sport of badminton. My favorite of the authors … Continue reading
The selection of Russian youth superstar Nail Yakupov as the #1 overall draft pick in the 2012 NHL draft by the Edmonton Oilers led to a highly entertaining series of exchanges on Yakupov’s twitter account, courtesy of Deadspin. Here is … Continue reading
In Russian the word for dough is ‘тесто’, and the word for father-in-law is ‘тесть’. This mistranslation is understandable, but still funny: Courtesy of Failblog.
From Retronaut, courtesy of SB. My favorite: http://www.retronaut.co/2012/04/soviet-anti-alcohol-posters-1929-1969/