Russian Economic Crisis Calendar

Russian calendar

From time to time we have Russian custom design calendars. Many readers enjoy them.
The world’s economic crisis inspires such creations now. The calendar is devoted to bankrupted previously living rich traders and bankers.

The one above reads:
“So friend, you finished playing on market?
Then go clean my shoes in supermarket!”

Let’s see what’s more inside:

Russian calendar 1

“Hey policeman there is no sorrow for you!
Policemen in all the times are sought for, and even you!”

Russian calendar 1

“Hey trader don’t jump!
Better go and learn how to rasp!”

Russian calendar 2

That’s the calendar cover.

Russian calendar 3

“Hey manager there is no need to despair!
Let’s go to the jobless fair!”

Russian calendar 4

“Out of money, you richy dumb?
That’s no problem!
Join us in finding food on the dump!”

Russian calendar 5

“Hey pop-start turn out the volume!
There is no money to invite you to podium!”

Russian calendar 6

“Hey enterpreneur – no sorrow!
Go buy salt in the nearest store!”

Russian calendar 7

“So oil trader, the oil prices are diver?
Sit in your limo and become a taxi driver!”

Russian calendar 8

“Those are the hard day now and still
Go and insert the teeth of rusting steel”

Russian calendar 9

“Don’t know to go in dollars or euro?
Drink on all money and save your nerves!”

Russian calendar 10

“Hey soldier, you got fired?
Go to the forest to rob or become a pirate!”

Russian calendar 11

“You like glamours? Was invited to party?
Steal there some food and be happy!”

14 thoughts on “Russian Economic Crisis Calendar”

    • OMG this current financial crisis has truly exposed the vulnerability of Russian economy. I feel sorry for poor russians 🙁

  1. There you have it! The true Russian mentality of surviving: have a pathetic laugh while drinking yourself to death instead of doing something constructive!

  2. I am very fond of the Taxi Hummer.

    I like the idea of the global crisis bringing the rich down to the poor level. It evens out the playing field.

  3. Here in Ukraine (and same I’ve heard for Russia) expensive cars are now seen in taxi service, for real. Not Bentleys of course, but for example high-cost Mazdas, Toyotas etc. Owners of these cars lost their jobs, or had their wages lowered significantly, and had to go taxiing to pay out credit payments for those cars.

  4. Да тут половина смысла это стилизация под Маяковского.
    Без этого как то не так! Хотя вижу первый перевод вроде была попытка…

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