3 Assorted Russia, Part 44

Assorted Russia, Part 44

Posted on January 24, 2012 by


This cute thing is a bear cub whose mother has been killed by poachers.

With its brother (or sister). The man who is holding them is a director of a zoo and he feeds the babies trying to nurse them.

These solar batteries have been installed in one of the Moscow yards to provide its residents with good street lighting. As you see, street lamps are so bright that it looks like it’s daytime which local children and their mommies are very happy about.

What do you think is so special about this patty?

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Check out the video to find out.

Now it’s time for another piece of brilliant advice for you.

Just imagine that you dropped something from your window/balcony and do not want to go down to pick it up.

And this is said to be the longest condominium in the world. This nine-storeyed building is situated in Volgograd and registered on 43, 47, 49, 51, Gramshi Street and 34, 36, 40, 44, Nikolay Otrada Street. The house was built in 1979 and is 1.142 km long!

We would like to end up the story with some sweet and funny photographs by Anatoly Bedey.

“Hey, you know nothing about sausages!”

“Do not dare to cheat or I’m gonna punch you!”

“Mouse!”

“You didn’t make it to my place again…”

“It’s D again…”

“I am the monster from your worst nightmares!”

“Would you help me with some cash?”

“Get out of here! That’s my tree!”

“OMG. All that is mine.”

“A scary fairy tale”.

“Do you wanna be my mom or dad?”

“Yeah, I’m cool”.

“Kittens are available”.

“What am I eating?”

A tipsy cat.

“I hate paparazzi”.

via dmitryl68, drugoi, ridus.ru, nezhna.com

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3 Responses to “Assorted Russia, Part 44”

  1. Mr. Fox says:

    Ooo! Live pie. what’s in the pie?

  2. Yulia says:

    Awn these cats r lovely!

  3. banditrider says:

    Kill the damn street lights and let the kids see the stars.

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