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10 Dutch Knorr Ad Using Russian Style

Dutch Knorr Ad Using Russian Style

Posted on October 9, 2006 by team


Here is another example of how popular is Russian theme is abroad now.

This is an ad of Knorr soup, they are making fun on Russian stereotypes in it.

It’s now on Dutch television.

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10 Responses to “Dutch Knorr Ad Using Russian Style”

  1. Zippy says:

    It’s not only fun on Russian stereotypes but also on the Dutch themself. In the ad is told that Russians and Dutch are very similar. We both build cool cars to pick up chicks with, we both like games and are not affraid of the cold. ;) So why Don’t the dutch eat Stroganov?!
    Could you tell me if the Russian spoken in this ad is realy Russian and do you understand what they are saying?

  2. 4emist says:

    i don’t know if he is russian. he has some strange accent. But he seems to speak russian very good.

  3. Snape says:

    Yeah, he speaks quite fluent Russian, but the accent is there and the intonation is somewhat funny. Might be an immigrant.

  4. MirGip says:

    Cool advertisement, funny. Narrator is good enough in Russian,in any case much better then my English.

  5. Bert says:

    This advert is broadcast integrally like this on Dutch TV, Russian voice-over and all. To me it’s amazing, congrats to the Russian people to the final emancipation and acceptation of Russian culture! So long with in Soviet Russia jokes. Then of course there is the final image with reversed N and cookware hammer/sickle, but okay. “Cold? Cold is for wussies!”

  6. Sir Charles C. Higginbottom says:

    The guy that narrates the very last part of the ad seems to have a Northern Irish accent.

    Don’t know about the first narrater though.

  7. 1l1 says:

    Omg, are you deaf? It is jewish accent.

  8. Misha says:

    Ja, that’s true, one could say that the narrator is from Odessa or somewhere like that.:)

  9. Dani says:

    Northern Irish??
    It’s dutch. He says:
    That’s why now it’s available in the Netherlands. Russian Stroganoff. From Knorr.

    Some explanation on typical dutch things.
    Folkdance, including the wooden shoes;
    The Daf, dutch build car in the 50’s-70’s;
    a game called ‘mens-erger-je-niet’. “don’t annoy yourself” better known as Ludo.
    And the famous new years dive. Early in the morning on 1st January, people go to Scheveningen for a new years dive. Nowadays highly commercialized…

  10. Dani says:

    Oops, it’s Ganzenbord. not Ludo. No wiki on that one.

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