12 Modest Shopping of the Early 90s

Modest Shopping of the Early 90s

Posted on October 10, 2010 by team

1990-1992 was not a time for luxuries, modest people and modest shopping. The photos were taken in Kiev, Ukraine.


Exchange traffic with English Russia, click here

12 Responses to “Modest Shopping of the Early 90s”

  1. Andrés says:

    First !!!!!

  2. zoya says:

    happens all over world.seems like they r selling shoes and cloths.

  3. geo says:

    Coming to US cities any day now.

  4. Kilroy Was Here says:

    When times get tough, the tough get going. Sometimes you do what you have to do to survive.

  5. Lord Cunt says:

    Forth picture down:

    “He’s MY old man”

    “No, mine!”

  6. russia_bound says:

    I am so glad that shopping is not like that all over the place. Granted flea markets have a appeal for finding a good deal or a treasure not found in conventional stores. Thanks for the pictures…

  7. byron says:

    If you go to any flea market or general community market and take some pictures in black and white the pics will look the same and you can put any suggestion about no money and people will believe it. Have a look at most of the people, they dont look like they are missing too many meals.

  8. gina says:


    nuclear fusion- based on hydrogen

  9. Testiculese says:

    So poor they’re selling babies it seems. I think they were poor before the collapse too. I seem to remember bread lines. At least they weren’t eating the dead.

  10. Kirov (REAL) says:

    no, b4 USSR collapse (late 80’s early 90’s) ppl weren’t poor. after collapse they were.

  11. white christian says:

    at least POOR children!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Leave a Reply

  • Random Post