I mean, eggs as classifieds. Recently a new trend appeared in some Russian cities to use the mass chicken egg production as a medium for a short text messages that can instantly reach thousands of people in the city overnight, with a message as clear as it was texted to them by someone. The reason for this is partially because all eggs in Russia used to be marked with
expiry date by special dot printers, one by one, not just a case in bulk. Those dot printers are very easy to program and add anything else besides the exp. date, so they use them to print ads. The pic above features eggs advertising the sale of a "Peugeot" (French brand of cars) and the phone number of the seller. The one below is about...
...as a regular fast food chain worker. He cleans tables and serves customers and generally is fond of his job. "I like my job, it's much better than to work in security or some other dull business. Here I can see different people, talk to youngsters and teach them
life". His ex colleagues find his choice pretty decent and don't condemn him for working in the fast food chain, as they say "the real Soviet or Russian officer should be able to do any job without a regret or despair, this what we've been told".
Borsch in the pot is exactly what you need on a cold winter day. This is how it used to be cooked some dozens years ago and many Russian people still remember how wonderfully it used to taste. But first of all prepare the necessary ingredients: - brisket with a
bone - 400-500 grams; - cabbage, beets, carrots, onions, potatoes, garlic, beans; - a small piece of lard; - tomato paste, vegetable oil, salt, allspice, bay leaf; - green vegetables, hot peppers, bunching onion (to be served with).