In Soviet times they had parties too.
OK, now what…
Now you win a 2 week trip to Moscow Russia.
That would be lovely.
That would be scary my friend. 🙂
OMg Russian Soviet party look like a doom and gloom meet, look at the people, you can see sadness, poverty, despair and hopelessness on their face 🙁
Or maybe they are just black and white photos… Color always makes things more cheerful.
We will take your inner organs and sell them so we can have bread and kolbasa.. after all it is my birth day!! So come quickly
Those are young children, aren’t they?
Yes, and the tea looks quite strong.
This is pictures from my family incest party video. You want naked pictures of me then you must pay price.
Oh I’d love being there! seems like a good time!
In Soviet Russia, parties had them.
No. In Soviet Russia, the party was the Soviets!
Did any ony noticed thet there is a tricolor flag on the last picture?? like the one of the Russian Federation nowadays
Interesting. It’s a very old Russian flag but was not used after the first world war. I wonder if the family in the picture was not so happy about Soviet times or just had old time sympathies.
I read that it became the official flag in December of 1993 (I’ve got the internet here :)), although I imagine it was brought back in 1991. I just wanted to point out that it traces back to late sixteen hundreds and that the previous official use apparently ceased in 1917. Regarding the actual daily use, it sounds like you would know much better than I would and, indeed, that you mention wearing it as a form of rebellion in the 80’s is very interesting.
I see you know this culture. 🙂 Perhaps you can tell me something about what kind of family this was. Were they well off? Were they well educated? Did they come from a conservative background?
On the last photo there is a “Die Rolling Stones” poster probably from Western Germany.
It’s possible that this is lithuanian flag.
Reminds me of my 13th birthday party back in the 80’s LOL
why have wallpaper when you can have rugs
Who is the guy in the poster, in the last photograph???
That is Alexander Bashlachev, not-so-famous rock bard, he killed himself.
pretty famous, and a genius poet. have some respect, will you?
I have an enormous respect for him. Agree – great poet. I don’t think he’s as famous as he should be, though.
all right then. sorry if i sounded rude.
imho, famous enough among the right audience.
That boy in #3 is me with giant herpy on my lip. I was kissing dog that day.
I mean #12.
Bilosh, is that you?
Don’t know, but theres a german Rolling Stones Book(?) on the left side of it
Site owner is a dumbarse! Family photos for him is soviet party.
Foto # 7 is girl party! wa wa wa!
Now you win a 2 week trip to Moscow Russia!
Look at all those books! I bet they could read in those days. I like the china cabinet full of crystal, and there’s a couple of tea pots which go for well over $300 each these days. Nice cups (with saucers) too. These kids grew up in a world of culture. This is a long way up from modern living in a bare walled gyproc box with nothing but a TV, and drinking right out of a bottle like a street drunk. Yes, times have changed.
That’s quite a Sharp stereo, and nice carpet on wall!
If this party gets any livlier a funeral is going to break out
WOW check out that getto blaster!
Brings back memories of the 1980’s.
I had that same getto blaster – the boom box we called it. I took it to school and played Bob Seger’s music.
Those were the days……..
I played head bangin Iron Maiden and Metallica in mine!
In America you can always find a party. In Russia, Party always finds you.
Sorry, had to.
lol that should have been THE party
Times have changed. Look at all those books! I bet they could read in those days. I like the china cabinet full of crystal, and there’s a couple of tea pots which go for well over $300 each these days. Nice cups (with saucers) too. These kids grew up in a world of culture. This is a long way up from modern living in a bare walled gyproc box with nothing but a TV, and drinking right out of a bottle like a street drunk.
I think USA won cold war of hair cut too!!! Who gave these incestuously family cut styles? Blind babushka?
Sometimes comments can be delayed until the next day.
It is annoying but you get used to it.
jeans jeans jeans! Shirt jeans!
I didn’t expect to see Western clothing at that time in the Soviet. #1 says ‘Jeans’ and #2 says ‘Bad Boys Adventures’…
In Soviet Russia, Party crash you.
Btw, there were young people, called “Stilyagi” in the USSR, they were taking Western(especially American) lifestyle as an example. If you’re interested in reading about them, see this web page:
There was a subculture, called “Stilyagi” in the USSR. They were taking Western(especially American) lifestyle as an example. If u’re interested in reading about them, follow this web page:
I would kill for that stereo! DUAL CASSETTE TAPES??? Now I see how capitalism failed us! lol
Russia will never ever be such a force and monumental country as it was during Soviet times. At least not without WW3.
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