7 Assorted Russia, Part 38

Assorted Russia, Part 38

Posted on December 13, 2011 by


GoGoRiki, known in Russia as Smeshariki is a Russian animated television series aimed at children of 3 to 8 years but which keep getting more and more popualr among grown-ups too. This is the way Smashariki influenced art.

Now, let’s get from lofty matters to our everyday life. This is a stove with a broken oven door. Check out how masters solve this kind of problems.

Here’s one more piece of useful advice for you. Easy and fast pomegranate peeling.

And this is the way Russians leave notes to each other. With the help of a sausage…

‘If you need something, don’t hesitate to ask’.

So kind of you!

And here’s a touching romantic story for the end. This is a declaration of love. It says, “JULIA I LOVE YOU”. So cute and sincere. This is what love is when you’re 15.

Happy Julia.

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7 Responses to “Assorted Russia, Part 38”

  1. BlowME says:

    I fixed my drawer door in the same way as that guy fixed his oven door…

  2. Kilroy Was Here says:

    I love the pomegranate peeling…

  3. yojimbo says:

    I question the intent of the “sausage” note I cant help but notice the boot prints on the door I think whoever left that note was either drunk or very irate or both.

    We used to use bananas from the chow hall to leave note on doors well the real intent was that the guy fall slap on his face as he opened his door when he got back to base after a long night of drinking.

  4. jeffrey pigden says:

    Why are the Russian cartoons in Japanese?

  5. I gotta try the pomegranate method.

    I use the bowl filled with water method and it’s long.

    Season is almost over too :(

  6. YJ says:

    Family Guy of Russia.

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