It's new fun in some Russian cities, to jump from the bridge with the rope in a big group, when there is no water under the bridge but raw firm ice, also they use to jump at that same moment when the train is going thru the bridge -
just imagine what the machinist could think when he sees a bunch of people standing on the rails just before the moving train, so he probably starts slowing down and then all those people jump out of the bridge...
In case of making a tatoo one Russian proverb comes very handy. The proverb we are talking about is " you must measure seven times before you start cutting", in English there are also plenty of alike, " score twice before you cut once", for example, though in Russian language they warn to think seven
times before acting. That's especially important in regard of tatoo, to consider the good artist with big experience and rich portfolio. Well, still some find it easier not to think seven times. Now their tatoos cause lot of laughs when are seen by someone for the first time.