Surprise to a Neighbour

Russian fun

That’s how some Russian young people surprise their neighbors. They find a car of their neighbor standing on the parking lot, then…

Russian fun 2

Cover it with the snow on the day when the temperature is warm and snow is soft and nice to make such formations. And then…

Russian fun 3

In the night it freezes and makes that kind of ice armor around the neighbors car so that the only way to open it is to use a small axe or a torch.

via leprosorium.ru

23 thoughts on “Surprise to a Neighbour”

  1. OMG Russians are so poor, they can not even afford buying snow-removal equipment, that’s why Russia is always covered with snow 🙁

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  2. This wreck was an eyesore and a public nuisance the owner did it good thing burying a dead Lada. By summertime it will have rusted away and owner can by a new one.

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  3. Do you know what the hell you’re talking about? Didn’t you see the snow removal equipment in Russia during the UK freeze last month?

    All Russian cars are fitted with shovels…but no snow machine operator is going to waste time digging out one person’s car, especially since the machine would probably break the car…didn’t you read the freakin’ article?

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  4. Hmm atleast thats pure snow clear not like american imagine in america its everything fake even the snow not talking about so called freedom…..

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