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11 Halloween 2010, Moscow

Halloween 2010, Moscow

Posted on November 1, 2010 by team


On the night of October, 31st Moscow, as any other city in the World celebrated Halloween. From year to year the fest becomes more and more popular, and this time, streets of the city were crowded with witches, vampires, imps and other evil spirits.

By the way, as per decision of the largest religious confessions’ heads, Halloween is declared “outside the law”. “Halloween is a holiday alien to Russia” – assert the Moscow patriarchy and Russian mufti Council.

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11 Responses to “Halloween 2010, Moscow”

  1. xoxo says:

    i don’t like scary costumes but all other ones are fun!

  2. Boris Badenov says:

    First? Halloween is fun. Who cares if it is alien to Russia? The kids like it.

  3. 1st says:

    pjervyj blijath

  4. barto says:

    1st! WOOHOO!

  5. SpankMeUntilICryLikeYourMother says:

    At least they get the point, go out, have fun and don’t take it so seriously.

  6. soccer says:

    yay, beautiful Halloween collection. I like them all.

  7. DougW says:

    spider hat noms your brains!

  8. Testicules says:

    Looks like they have to practice more. One little pig nose isn’t going to cut it

  9. George Johnson says:

    Yep, Halloween is mostly an American “holiday” (it’s not really a “holiday” as such since nobody gets a day off). Most countries do not celebrate the way we do, but some celebrate some form of it, like remembering dead relatives or something.

    And like Valentines day, some places just don’t like the idea of importing another “American holiday”. That’s pretty pig headed really.

    But dang, who wouldn’t like a holiday that gets girls to dress up like little fun bunnies!!?? It’s great!!

  10. Frank2k says:

    Russian girls are the hottest… I don’t care where you come from but they are HOT!!! Their figures make me go bonkers hehehe

  11. yo says:

    The kid in picture 1 looks like mclovin

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