14 Russian Frontier Guards Celebrate Their Day

Russian Frontier Guards Celebrate Their Day

Posted on May 30, 2011 by team


On the 28th of May Russian frontier guards traditionally celebrate their holiday. On this occasion soldiers and officers, former or not, jump into fountains, dance, sing military songs, generally speaking they enjoy themselves in a civilized manner…but not always. Let’s see how this holiday passed in the Russian capital.

This year people were few and rather sober, that is quite strange.

Frontier guards brought spirits and other alcohol drinks on them, as sales of spirits, especially in glass bottles, were forbidden.

Rest with a family is more pleasant.

Dipping into fountains is an old tradition for this day. But what for do they take children here?

To find your own clothes after turning back on land is very important!

A remedy for all deseases.

Some frontier guards didn’t know their own frontier, crossed it and fell asleep.

Nowhere without scuffles!

A fight wound.

A pretty man!

But do not think that all of them just got drunk and behaved like hooligans, not at all. Some guys really came here to relax quietly.

Usually such immoral conduct is shown by soldiers that serve on contracts. Real frontier guards prefer to celebrate in cafes.

Location:Moscow
via zyalt

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14 Responses to “Russian Frontier Guards Celebrate Their Day”

  1. kater says:

    Typical Soviet cavemen. Russian soldiers will never change. Always drunk, disorderly, a menace to everyone around. Same in WWII when they were “liberating” other states, altho nobody wanted them to. My grandpa used to say that Russian liberators were much more dangerous and mean than German aggressors. Always drunk, always stealing and robbing, raping women, destroying everything.
    Same thing today. A disgrace to a uniform, that’s what you are, you drunk cavemen.

  2. zjoske says:

    I always thought their only pleasure is harrassing tourists at sheremetevo

  3. L.S.Zlatopolsky says:

    “Nowhere without scuffles!” :-)

  4. JZ says:

    Nice to see they having fun :D

  5. historian says:

    @kater

    then your grandpa used to belong to one of the baltic SS Divisions.

    some examples:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/19th_Waffen_Grenadier_Division_of_the_SS_%282nd_Latvian%29
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/3_Estonian_SS_Volunteer_Brigade
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/21st_Waffen_Mountain_Division_of_the_SS_Skanderbeg_%281st_Albanian%29
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/22_SS

    But all jews, roma and sinti and other minorities are thankfull to the red army, for saving their live.

  6. Musa says:

    Is the man in the top picuture (holding a flag in a fountain) crying? He looks like he is but I hope not.

  7. uhhh says:

    They’re all fat.

    • Basement Cat says:

      No, they’re not.

      Why are so many people hatin’ on the Russians all the time? Anti-Slav bigotry? Still fighting the Cold War? Pravoslavophobia? What gives?

  8. Cro says:

    My favorite is drunk guy with flowers and cigare.. respect

  9. testicules says:

    They’re still using the old hammer and sickle huh? Nice to see the soviet legacy carry on. Drunken fools.

  10. former_russian says:

    I hope they get drunk to death

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