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14 Cultural Findings, Part II

Cultural Findings, Part II

Posted on October 15, 2012 by team


It is not necessary to kill an animal to wear it as a collar. Some people in Russian already know about that.

Some amusing findings are collected in this post for your fun.

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14 Responses to “Cultural Findings, Part II”

  1. w says:

    Well Russia just when up in my eyes thanks to cat man and goose lady

  2. Tiger says:

    I have a black tom and he also likes to sit on my neck this way, although I do not take him to the streets :) funny that other kittehs do the same thing

    • Osip says:

      I have the black cat, too who enjoys to ride about in such a manner. Perhaps it is a trait of the black cat.

    • cockatrice says:

      I had a Calico female that would do this. I could motorcycle down to our mail boxes and back (2 miles) and she wouldn’t budge and inch. It was nice in cold weather.

  3. The Weight of the World says:

    She tied it to goose’s feet. Evil.

  4. Tovarich Volk says:

    It’s bad luck if a fight doesn’t break out at a Russian Wedding party. –What kind of luck is it if there’s a chain reaction car accident either before or after the wedding as seen above???

  5. Jordan says:

    Yeah that corrugated steel fence around the trash cans really classes the place up..

  6. Vandenis says:

    About geese pet, I don’t think, it is more strange, than to have a pig or reptile. Sorry I have many pictures of my ancestors, and geese was quite popular to have as a home pet. I understand, that it may be not so suitable for city, I believe it can be.

  7. Pawel says:

    well, somebody says “Russia is not a counrty, it is a state of mind”… hard to me not agree with this…;)

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