21 Some Dirty Russian To Feel Like a Local

Some Dirty Russian To Feel Like a Local

Posted on October 12, 2010 by team

If you read this book you can learn the dirty Russian language. The authors of this creation are an American and a Ukrainian philologists, both professors. They both have a lot of dissertations and awards. When they were making this book they were so realistic! They wanted travellers to understand the surronding Russian reality. So let’s get it started!

The title of the book is so promising!

Any communication starts with greeting. How to say “hello” in Russia in order to be understood?

The whole section of the book is devoted to greetings… “Hi, I’m Mary, I’ve come to Russia in search of love…”

Another section is about the ills of life …

Learn how to complement in Russia …

How to find a common language with … prostitutes?

And other topical matters …

A section about sexual minorities …

followed by a section about the Russian police …

Classification of “national minorities” shows many details …

Invaluable section for a foreigner in Russia: how to decline offers to drink…


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21 Responses to “Some Dirty Russian To Feel Like a Local”

  1. Peter says:

    Cool book. I want one.

    BTW, First!

  2. OLUT says:

    “Russia is just completely whack!”

  3. Harry says:

    I have this book, got it from Amazon. It’s the most hilarious educational book I have ever bought))) Very useful!

  4. russia_bound says:

    That’s pretty funny right there. Wow I am going to have to find this book somehow. Thanks for the upload…

  5. Barbar says:

    Good book. Russia needs more swearing tourists.

  6. Pump says:

    slovar bredoviy!

  7. DougW says:

    I have new .sig for work now. Thanks. :D

  8. SovMarxist1924 says:

    The language of the uneducated.

    • Testiculese says:

      You should know.

      • SovMarxist1924 says:

        Insulted by an Amer. fascist? (shrug)

        • Testiculese says:

          It is so easy to throw the word facist out there. In reality Russia under putin is moving very closely to being a facist state. Comparisions between Germany in the 30’s and present day Russia are very strong. Of course the Germans had much cooler uniforms. Like them or not, you have to admire they’re sense of style.

  9. George Johnson says:


  10. John says:

    to all non-native russian speakers: dont use russian swearwords unless you lived 10-15 years among russians. there are many very foul words which dont translate to any other language and you need lots of experience to use them right, otherwise you _will_ be misunderstood

  11. Wraith says:

    What is the ISBN code? Is it available at Amazon?

  12. ZeroDrop says:

    “English Russia” as its best! Totally related!

  13. Doomer says:

    Also as far as I see from this “dictionary” author of it makes fun of English speaking people. Because the translation is almost always “not exact”

  14. labra says:

    never use this book to talk with people, otherwise you risk being beaten, despite the fact that you are a foreigner.

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