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15 Submitted Shots

Submitted Shots

Posted on May 25, 2008 by


Life in Russia 1

Another part of submitted photos from Russia.

Life in Russia 2

Life in Russia 3


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15 Responses to “Submitted Shots”

  1. erin says:

    to the outside eye, russia is a fascinating place…FASCINATING. i never get tired of this site.

  2. Rodriguez says:

    Bruhahaha! Under chair! i laughed a lot!

  3. Rodriguez says:

    By the way, Hummers are ukrainian.

  4. old man says:

    Those two babes on the laptop are hot! Are they on MySpace or FaceBook? Come on, ER, hook me up!

  5. Scrat335 says:

    The 5th pic down with the fast food on the car, those are some good eats. I always keep a variety of things like that on hand for long train trips. Never got sick or anything from eating them. Very tasty homemade fast food.

  6. Stan-O says:

    Well, a fair share of these are Ukrainian, not Russian.

    • your mom likes it rough says:

      only an american pig can be proud of how ignorant he is

    • Xpltivdletd says:

      No one? It appears to matter a lot to you. As an American who had other things to learn and other work to do, I don’t know enough of the history (Russia vs Ukraine or USSR vs Ukraine). So I’m not choosing a side. But I get it there are issues. As a visitor I care that they are important to some.

      If some of these comments are just nationality-jokes, we do those, here in the U.S.A. In Montana they are told as North-Dakota jokes. Of course the Wehrmacht never marched backwards into North Dakota by telling the sentry at the border they were leaving. But you get the idea. In West-Virginia they tell of the time the most brilliant man in Ohio moved to West-Virginia–and cut the collective intelligence of both states by half.

      Humor can be hard to detect in print. But if that’s all this was, it’s within the grasp of Americans. Best regards, all.

  7. cykalox says:

    you mean ho-ho-hol hahaha

  8. YJ says:

    I love the expression on the elder lady with the machine gun.

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